A San Francisco jury has found agrochemical company Monsanto liable for causing a school groundskeeper's cancer in a case that could turn a powerful tide against the pesticide giant.
Upon the news that Alex Jones was being removed from many of the top Internet platforms, subscriptions to his InfoWars app have skyrocketed.
YouTube has begun adding disclaimers to certain videos that challenge “well established historical and scientific topics that have often been subject to misinformation online.” Among these topics is anthropogenic global warming.
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.
All of these tech companies banning so-called conspiracy theorist Jones on the same day? It seems almost coordinated — a conspiracy, if you will.
Governor Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown strikes again, arguing that the heat is worse than it was "10,000 years ago" when civilization supposedly began. But Brown is wrong. Civilization did not emerge until about 5,000 years ago or less, and the Earth has warmed and cooled many times, long before modern human industrial activity.
Except, thus far in 2018, extreme weather events have been less numerous and severe than in most other years.
Facebook tycoon Mark Zuckerberg has had a tough week: Facebook’s stock has dropped more than 20 percent, and a group of investors is trying to remove Zuckerberg as chairman of the company because of its recent data-mining scandal.
Twitter appears to have reversed a “shadow ban” on prominent Republicans, while YouTube is once again censoring Infowars videos.