Carbon14 Dating flaw discovered: CO2 uptake isn’t as predictable as once thought

Carbon dating accuracy called into question after major flaw discovery by Colm Gorey When news is announced on the discovery of an archaeological find, we often hear about how the…

Friday Funny: The neurobiology of “climate change denial”

Guest essay by John Ridgway Much work has already been undertaken to establish the cognitive foundation for the irrationality of climate change denial. Of particular note are the studies undertaken…

NOAA hurricane scientist: news media should be cautious about linking hurricane activity to global warming

The news media should be cautious about linking hurricane activity to global warming, according to National Hurricane Center Science and Operations Officer Chris Landsea. In an interview with NBC News…

Claim: Hurricanes are slowing down, and that’s bad news

From the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON and the “yes but we need Category 6 now due to violently increased wind speeds” department comes this gloom and doom study. MADISON, Wis. — Some…

FAIL: Wealthy organizations sunk $150 million to sway U.S. climate opinion

Despite more than $150 million being invested in messaging, polls show that the push has failed to register climate change as a top-tier policy concern for Americans. A recent study detailing how…

Carbon Fuels Conquered Famine – But Green Policies Are Inviting It Again

The Long War on Famine by Viv Forbes Famine has haunted humans for most of their history. In the days of the Pharaohs, whenever the Nile River failed to flood,…