Steven Hayward of UC-Berkeley argues that climate-change alarmism may have run its course as a political movement.

The involvement of politics in climatology has led to rushed and faulty conclusions and the demonization of a gas that is necessary to life.

Nye has called for a carbon tax on agriculture, which would burden farmers, raise food prices, and do next to nothing about so-called global warming. Nye then had the audacity to refer to the scheme as a “free-market” solution.

 

In case you haven’t heard, the largest two-year global average temperature drop in a century occurred between February 2016 and February 2018.

Looking to revitalize grassland in a Siberian steppe region, scientists there are hoping that geneticists at Harvard can create a mammoth-elephant hybrid — a “mammophant” — in the hopes of reinvigorating the permafrost, which will slow down supposed global warming.

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