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Actually, they haven't missed a beat. These guys are so "scientific" that the evidence of their own eyes and overcoats has become irrelevant. They now contend global cooling is just further proof of global warming. Honest.

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There is no limit to the degree to which global warming alarmists will stoop to scare the living crap out of people. LISTEN. When people are resorting to this kind of blatant distortion of reality to coerce you into buying their line of crap, red f

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Popular Science

Beneath Saudi Arabia’s blazing sun, the largest greenhouse ever planned is taking shape. It will take visitors on a walk through Earth’s history—and into its future


California may be the bow of our population-Titanic in the 21st century, but Arizona rides the same ship and so does New York. It doesn't matter if you're in first class or shoveling coal--you and the kids sink with the ship. What will you d

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Daily Telegraph

On Monday, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, run by Al Gore's chief scientific ally, Dr James Hansen announced that last month was the hottest October on record. Only problem ... it wasn't close to being true.

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In 2008, NASA satellite imagery confirmed that the Pacific Ocean had switched from the warm mode it had been in since 1977 to its cool mode, similar to that of the 1945-1977 global cooling period. The shift strongly suggests that the next several dec

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Now it’s not just the sunspots that predict a 23-year global cooling. The new Jason oceanographic satellite shows that 2007 was a “cool” La Nina year. The much larger and more persistent Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) has turned into its cool phas

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Committed to the Kyoto Protocol, New Zealand promised to cut its emissions to 1990 levels. The country's biggest source is methane from cattle, and as Stephen Evans discovers, the issue is raising a stink among local farmers.

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PC Magazine

The X Prize Foundation has recently launched a YouTube search for people's "crazy green ideas." Called the Energy and Environment X PRIZE, it's on a much smaller scale compared to the other two contests above worth

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Mercury News

California pGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger decided as he vetoed a bill late Friday that would have required climate change be added to schools' curriculum. The measure was sponsored by state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto