Study finds billion-year superocean cycles in Earth’s history

Curtin researchers believe that ancient supercontinents formed and then fell apart through alternating cycles spanning hundreds of millions of years that involved superoceans being swallowed and the restructuring of the Earth’s mantle. The research, published in science journal Precambrian Research, found the supercontinents assembled and broke up through alternating processes of ‘introversion’ and ‘extroversion’. The latter process…

Artists impression of Minnesota after global warming.

Minnesota Climate Change Believers in Full Damage Control Mode

Guest essay by Eric Worrall As the reality of the USA’s brutal “global warming” induced winter bites, Minnesotan climate scientists are keen to reassure us they are still in control. Believe it or not, global warming might have caused the arctic blast As climate destabilizes, Minnesota could see polar snaps more frequently. By Jennifer Bjorhus…

Heartland: Special Edition Devoted to the Green New Deal

Reposted from The Heartland Institute February 1, 2019 By H. Sterling Burnett Climate Change Weekly #313 The much-hyped Green New Deal (GND) is being pushed by a rump group of progressive-socialists in the Democratic Party, including prominent members of the Senate with stated presidential aspirations. If enacted, GND would constitute a complete socialist makeover/takeover of…