VIDEO - The data used by the IPCC to create predictions on Climate Change underwent an audit recently and the result showed that much of the data is wrong, Senior Editor of The New American, William Jasper, helps us break down this story.
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is once again warning us that we only have a limited amount of time to save the Earth from climate change. This time it's 12 years.
An audit of the primary temperature data used by climate alarmists finds that it is riddled with errors, bad assumptions, and missing data.
While most climate scientists warn us about global warming, at least one NASA project is warning of the opposite.
Not content to simply report the facts on Hurricane Florence, the mainstream media seeks to tar and feather President Trump by blaming him for the weather.
Instead of simply reporting on a natrual disaster, the Washington Post has chosen to use Hurricane Florence as a rhetorical club against the president. And it's disgusting.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law mandating that 100 percent of electricity in California must come from renewable or zero-carbon resources by 2045.
Certain scientists have been predicting climate doom for the Earth, some of which should already have been happening. But absolutely no such evidence has been produced yet.
As large swaths of California are yet again on fire, climate change is being blamed. But the burning in California has more to do with misguided and short-sighted environmental regulations than with weather or climate.