Political science: a response to 375 concerned members of the National Academy of Sciences

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, William M. Briggs, David R. Legates, Anthony Lupo, Istvan Marko, Dennis Mitchell and Willie Soon With acknowledgement to breitbart.com Some 375 political activists attached to the National Academy of Sciences, supporting the totalitarian view on the climate question, have recently issued an open letter saying we “caused most of the…

Clinton v Trump on “Climate Change” – will they even mention it tonight? Take the poll

The candidates could not be farther apart Walter Donway writes: I recently published a personal manifesto on the controversial question—a.k.a. adult pillow fight—of global warming/climate change. The weather used to be a safe topic of conversation, avoiding politics and religion, but now epitomizes the type of divisive political question that scuttles family reunions. Critics of…

AGU Rejects #ExxonKnew Agenda, Email shows more implosions from within

Emails Show Delaware AG Backed out of Schneiderman’s Climate Coalition Katie Brown, PhD. Energy in Depth Ever since the American Geophysical Union (AGU) – an international coalition of scientists – announced last April that it would be “continuing our current engagement [with] ExxonMobil,” activists spearheading the #ExxonKnew campaign have been working pretty hard to convince…