The Total Myth of Ocean Acidification

The Fable of Chicken Little of the Sea Guest essay by David Middleton, When it comes to debunking Gorebal Warming, Chicken Little of the Sea (“ocean acidification”) and other Warmunist myths, my favorite starting points are my old college textbooks. Way back in the Pleistocene (spring semester 1979) in Marine Science I, our professor, Robert…

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Study: living near wind turbines is annoying

From the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS and the “don’t mind the subaudible swooshing, you’ll get used to it” department comes this study that confirms what we already know; living near wind turbines is annoying. Does living near wind turbines negatively impact human health? Some people report sleep disturbances from wind turbines’ audible and subaudible noise; researchers…

Has Climate Change Advocacy Run Its Course? It sure seems so.

Bart Tali writes in WUWT Tips and Notes: Great article in the WSJ. “Climate Change Has Run Its Course” Its descent into social-justice identity politics is the last gasp of a cause that has lost its vitality. By Steven F. Hayward Some excerpts: Climate change is over. No, I’m not saying the climate will not change…

Progressivism and Climate Change

Guest essay by Linnea C. Lueken Engraved on the stone over the entrance to the Engineering building at my university are the words: STRIVE ON – THE CONTROL OF NATURE IS WON, NOT GIVEN. “That’s a terrible thing to say.” A visiting biologist I was walking with said, shaking her head. I laughed it off,…

Training the Next Generation of Climate “Earth Warriors”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Willie Soon – What do climate activists do if they can’t convince adults to support their hardline green policies? Children’s books can do more to inspire the new generation of Earth warriors June 4, 2018 9.59pm AEST Gary Haq SEI Associate, Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York A changing…