The March Against Science

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, I wrote about this crazy March For Science idea two months ago, but the story just gets better. Far and away the most insightful comment I’ve read on this goofy idea of marching was from a climate scientist I respect, Dr. Roger Pielke Jr., who said: The smartest people…

RICO lawsuit against Climate Action Network @CANIntl moves forward

Leo Goldstein writes: There is good news in my lawsuit against the Climate Alarmism Enterprise – the Court set the trial schedule, thereby rejecting Defendants’ motions to dismiss. The jury trial in the civil lawsuit 5:16-cv-00211-C, Goldstein v. Climate Action Network et al, pending before the United States District Court of the Northern District of…

The Resurgence of the American Coal Industry

Guest post by David Middleton America’s Biggest Coal Miner Is Joining the Comeback Under Trump by Tim Loh April 3, 2017, 4:28 PM CDT April 4, 2017, 1:14 PM CDT Peabody is following rival Arch Coal out of bankruptcy The coal miner has for decades served as industry’s bellwether Peabody Energy Corp., America’s largest coal…

Dueling press releases: Plants have been helping to offset climate change, but now it’s up to us

Our previous story, Study suggests increased atmospheric CO2 creates a 30% growth in plant photosynthesis during last two centuries look almost entirely different than this press release from the CARNEGIE INSTITUTION FOR SCIENCE on the very same study. Plants have been helping to offset climate change, but now it’s up to us Findings affirm estimates used in…