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  • Democrat AGs Targeting Climate ‘Dissenters’ Face Legal Demand

    07/15/2016 5:31:08 PM PDT · by ameribbean expat · 14 replies
    State government figures spearheading an effort to obtain documents from scientists and researchers who dissent from the Obama administration’s position on climate change are being asked, once again, to come clean about their relationships with environmental organizations. But this time around, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey have only two weeks to comply with a demand for information from a House committee that the two Democrats have resisted previously. That’s because the demand comes in the form of subpoenas issued Wednesday to Schneiderman, Healey, and eight environmental advocacy groups. The House Committee on Science,...
  • Study: Sea Levels Rising; Storms Could Wipe Out Jersey Shore

    03/15/2012 11:20:59 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 76 replies
    CBS Philly ^ | March 15, 2012
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — A new report shows sea levels are rapidly rising and the study predicts the Jersey Shore could be underwater in a matter of decades. The organization “Climate Central” in Princeton, New Jersey released the ocean study Wednesday. The group found global warming is expanding sea water and causing ice sheets to melt. Scientists believe by the end of the century, water levels will be three to four feet higher, with bigger storm surges that could wipe out low lying areas.
  • High Costs of Green Jobs

    09/21/2011 7:52:00 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 2 replies ^ | September 21, 2011 | Phyllis Schlafly
    We are now beginning to grasp the definition and the scope of the words "new world order," an expression inserted into the U.S. political vocabulary by the first President Bush. He never defined it, leaving that task to his successors, and President Barack Obama is only too glad to expand its meaning. Before Bush Sr. left the White House, however, he attended the 1992 United Nations meeting in Rio de Janeiro, signed the UN Climate Change Treaty and rammed it through the Senate for ratification. It's now available for Obama to use as one engine in his plan to "fundamentally...
  • Even U.N. Admits That Going Green Will Cost $76 Trillion

    07/06/2011 2:26:46 PM PDT · by Evil Slayer · 24 replies
    Fox News ^ | 7/6/11 | Dan Gainor
    Two years ago, U.N. researchers were claiming that it would cost “as much as $600 billion a year over the next decade” to go green. Now, a new U.N. report has more than tripled that number to $1.9 trillion per year for 40 years. So let's do the math: That works out to a grand total of $76 trillion, over 40 years -- or more than five times the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States ($14.66 trillion a year). It’s all part of a “technological overhaul” “on the scale of the first industrial revolution” called for in the...
  • Source doc: EPA's Factual Finding & Tech docs on Greenhouse Gases

    12/07/2009 4:19:16 PM PST · by clyde_m · 10 replies · 431+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | December 7, 2009 | Clyde Middleton
    284 pages of fiction through which Obama will try to change the face of America. Oh joy. The 200+ page document beneath is the technical support document.
  • Copenhagen Treaty Will Destroy US Economy

    10/28/2009 9:50:10 AM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 23 replies · 1,534+ views Charlotte-Nonpartisan-Examiner ^ | Octover 27, 2009 | Michael Wagner
    According to current documents the Copenhagen Treaty, if signed by President Obama in December, will ultimately make the U.S., along with other "developed nations", financially responsible for the CO2 emissions of "developing nations". Read the document here. "Recognizing that current and potential climate change impacts require a shift in the global investment patterns and that criteria for financing allocation shall clearly respond to the priorities identified by the international community, with climate change stabilization being one of these priorities." What does this mean? Essentially, the treaty would mandate that the U.S. and other developed nations share there wealth with developing...
  • Cloud-seeding ships could combat climate change

    09/07/2008 5:45:24 PM PDT · by sionnsar · 35 replies · 79+ views ^ | 9/04/2008 | Edwin Cartlidge
    Cloud seeding on the high seas It should be possible to counteract the global warming associated with a doubling of carbon dioxide levels by enhancing the reflectivity of low-lying clouds above the oceans, according to researchers in the US and UK. John Latham of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, US, and colleagues say that this can be done using a worldwide fleet of autonomous ships spraying salt water into the air. Clouds are a key component of the Earth’s climate system. They can both heat the planet by trapping the longer-wavelength radiation given off from the...
  • Rove Rain Machine working in Michigan (Vanity)

    11/07/2006 8:33:59 AM PST · by CJBama · 42 replies · 1,530+ views
    Here we go...hopefully this weather will cleanse us from Jennie and Debbie.
  • Antarctic Ice: The Cold Truth

    03/03/2006 9:58:52 AM PST · by Antroad · 49 replies · 2,049+ views ^ | March 3, 2006 | Dr. Patrick Michaels
    TCS Daily Antarctic Ice: The Cold Truth Font Size: By Dr. Patrick Michaels : BIO | 03 Mar 2006 This week Science Magazine's on-line SciencExpress reports that Antarctica has been losing large amounts of ice mass over the past three years, contributing to sea level rise at a rate of 0.4 ± 0.2 mm/year. This comes on the heels of a paper published by Science two weeks ago that reported that Greenland was also losing big chunks of ice and contributing to sea level rise at a rate of 0.57 mm/yr. If this sounds like one of those repeating news...
  • Cool on Warming

    10/28/2003 6:29:17 AM PST · by OESY · 17 replies · 189+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | October 28, 2003 | Editorial
    <p>If a much-heralded global treaty falls in Siberia, is it news? Apparently not in the U.S. media or Senate, where proponents are still selling the Kyoto climate control treaty a month after Russian President Vladimir Putin all but iced it.</p>