So, two highly educated and respected groups release studies within one month of each other, with one study contradicting the other. Whom do we believe?
Ironically, the Sahara Desert blizzard came just scant days after a new study by the journal Nature Climate Change suggested that the entire Earth will begin to become a desert by the year 2050.
It’s amusing that “Professor” Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth didn’t warn us of giant snowstorms and bitter cold.
President Trump’s National Security Strategy replaces global warming fantasies with real threats to national security.
Many have been dreaming of a white Christmas, but should we be dreading a white century? Some scientists say yes, warning of an impending ice age that will lead to “worldwide crop failures, famine and disease.”
The wildfires currently ongoing in California are not due to global warming. They are a natural occurrence, the tragic aspects of which are caused, at least in part, by poor governmental decisions.
California Governor Jerry Brown asserted that climate change was responsible for his state’s wildfires and attacked the Trump administration’s stance on global warming.
Climate-change activists parading as scientists are at it again: falsifying data in order to show an alarming rise in sea level in the Indian Ocean.
“There’s too many polar bears now.” This observation, which runs counter to the global-warming dogma that rising temperatures are decimating bear populations, was made by Eskimos — people who actually live among the bears.