Eye-rolling groaner: 'In the face of climate change can our engineers keep the trains running on time?'

From the FRONTIERS publication group and the “little engine that couldn’t, because climate change” department, comes this idiotic press-release masquerading as a science paper. Engineering and maintaining railway bridges has always been difficult — climate change, however, creates a whole new level of challenge Physicist Michio Kaku once said, “What we usually consider as impossible are…

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Trump’s EPA Chief Investigated For Taking Weekend Trips Home

Energy Michael Bastasch 4:28 PM 08/28/2017 From The Daily Caller The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) inspector general has opened an investigation to see whether or not taxpayers footed the bill for Administrator Scott Pruitt’s trips home to Oklahoma. “This assignment is being initiated based on congressional requests and a hotline complaint, all of which expressed…

Electricity consumption in Europe will shift under climate change

Public Release: 28-Aug-2017 From Eurekalert Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) Rising temperatures due to greenhouse gas emissions will fundamentally change electricity consumption patterns in Europe. A team of scientists from Germany and the United States now analyzed what unchecked future warming means for Europe’s electricity demand: daily peak loads in Southern Europe will…

Did Michael Mann Just Predict the Death of Wind Power?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall It is predictable that climate alarmists like Michael Mann are quick to see anthropogenic influence in high profile extreme weather events, like Hurricane Harvey. But Mann’s message about Harvey has interesting implications for the Texan wind power industry. It’s a fact: climate change made Hurricane Harvey more deadly Michael E…