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Climate: Nothing makes fools of more people than trying to predict the weather. Whether in Los Angeles or London, recent predictions have gone crazily awry. Global warming? How about mini ice age?

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Terrence Aym

The activity of the sun not only drives the weather, but to a great extent also drives the world's economy: Farming, fishing, horticulture, solar industries, even the chemical industry and animal husbandry depend on a quiet, predictable sun. But whe

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Terrence Aym

Scientists jumping aboard Ice Age express...World's climatologists abandoning discredited man-made global warming scam...Sweden coldest in 1,000 years...northern Europe under ice...UK at near standstill...Australia snow as summer comes...Giant snows

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NY Times

When Dr. Keeling, as a young researcher, became the first person in the world to develop an accurate technique for measuring carbon dioxide in the air, the amount he discovered was 310 parts per million. That means every million pints of air, for exa

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Terrence Aym

An investigative study released on December 20, 2010 by an environmental group reveals that 31 major cities have tap water tainted with the carcinogen hexavalent chromium. While the carcinogen is known to cause lung cancer if inhaled, cancer in labor

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Every time I look into the issue of global warming and potential results, I find a plethora of misleading information promoted by various government organizations and contractors and a blatant effort to cover-up various aspects of either the research

Letters to the Editor • Global
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arclein

Bamboo is a very aggressive plant, and it tends to muscle out any other surrounding plants. This creates a huge bamboo carpet throughout the forest. Bamboo has a life expectancy of about fifty years, and when the plant nears the end of its life cycle

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arclein

Animal products cause more damage than [producing] construction minerals such as sand or cement, plastics or metals. Biomass and crops for animals are as damaging as [burning] fossil fuels."

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