In hot pursuit of dinosaurs: Tracking extinct species on ancient Earth via biogeography

University of Tokyo One researcher at the University of Tokyo is in hot pursuit of dinosaurs, tracking extinct species around ancient Earth. Identifying the movements of extinct species from millions…

“Peak Negativity”: Climate Fear Doesn’t Work Unless you also Tell People What to Do

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Conversation, there is no point journalists frightening people into obedience if they don’t also include clear instructions on what they should do…

Divestment Goes Full-Billy Madison

Guest ridiculing by David Middleton This post employs Billy Madison as a euphemism. Fossil fuel divestment is, by definition, Billy Madisoned. It is a concerted effort hold back or slow…

Al Gore Tells Harvard Students ‘Assault On Science’ Threatens Humanity’s Survival

From The Daily Caller 9:54 AM 05/30/2019 | Energy Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor Former Vice President Al Gore said President Donald Trump’s “assault on science” threatens “the capacity of…

Inherent unreliable renewables dictate GND “100% renewable electricity” mandate yields unavoidable GHG emissions

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The Green New Deal (GND) and California’s SB 100 are both draconian and completely unrealistic pipe dreams that politically mandate “100% renewable electricity” for the…

The decline of Weather Dependent Renewables in Europe: 2008 – 2018

Reposted from edmhdotme Introduction The EurObserv’ER organisation publishes data annually on all types of EU28 Renewable installations and their productivity.  EurObser’ER is backed by the EU and promotes the transition…

Scientists tackle a burning question: When will our quiet sun turn violent?

From Science Mag A violent, active sun, as seen in ultraviolet light in October 2014—near solar maximum in its 11-year solar cycle. As the sun approaches solar minimum, scientists are…

The Nuclear Space Race Has Begun: NASA Receives Budget to Research Nuclear Rockets

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Following Russia’s announcement of their successful ten year programme to build a civilian nuclear powered launch vehicle, President Trump’s administration has directed NASA to restart…

Gleickero

Admitted fraudster Peter Gleick rewrites history. Rewriting appears to be in his blood. You mean when I worked with a whistle-blower to reveal the dark money funding being used by…

Arctic Sea Ice Could Be Holding Back An Economic Boom, Pompeo Says

From The Daily Caller Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter The melting sea ice in the Arctic region might uncover a vast wealth of resources and open up new international trade…

Cycles of Rapid Climate Warming

By Jim Steele Published in the Pacifca Tribune May 28, 2019 What’s Natural Cycles of Rapid Climate Warming The globally averaged temperature rose 1.5°F from 1880 to today. Various narratives…

Quantifying Virtue Signaling

From Away Resorts UK. How Many Air Miles Does Your Annual Holiday Add Up To? According to new research*, the carbon footprint from overseas tourism is three to four times…

Thinning forests, prescribed fire before drought reduced tree loss

Who’d a thunk it, forest management might be a good idea?~ctm Treatments may reduce loss in future droughts and bark beetle epidemics University of California – Davis Thinning forests and…

Socialism Is Bad for the Environment

From The National Review By Shawn Regan May 16, 2019 9:47 AM And markets are much better As the Soviet Union began to collapse, the socialist economist Robert Heilbroner admitted…

Palm oil: Down from the conservation barricades and out of the rhetorical trenches

Oil palm is alternatively seen as a gift from god or a crime against humanity; according to science, it is neither Norwegian University of Life Sciences Oil palm is neither…

Roy Spencer: Why so many tornadoes this year? It’s not what AOC, Bernie Sanders (or maybe even you) think

From Fox News By Roy Spencer | Fox News Progressive politicians like Al Gore, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D.N.Y., don’t hesitate to blame any kind of…

Delingpole: To Survive, Britain’s Conservatives Must ‘Get Rid of the Green Crap’

From Breitbart  JAMES DELINGPOLE28 May 2019 Besides the Brexit Party, one of the big winners of the European Parliament elections — in Germany, France, Austria, Sweden, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands,…

Jezero Crater, Mars 2020’s Landing Site

From NASA May 28, 2019 NASA’s Mars 2020 will land in Jezero Crater, pictured here. The image was taken by instruments on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which regularly takes images…

Tornadoes & climate change — how strong is the evidence?

A twitter thread from Ryan Maue

Environmentalists Say Imprisoned Felons Should Be Able To Vote Because Of Global Warming

From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor Environmentalists joined the far-left campaign to give voting rights to incarcerated felons, arguing felon voting is crucial to fighting global warming.…

Europe’s first eco-mosque invokes God to fight climate change

From This Is Place by Adela Suliman | @adela_suliman Thursday, 23 May 2019 10:31 BST Located in the world-famous British university city, the mosque opened its doors just in time…

The polar ice melt myth

From CFACT: According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (nsidc.org), ice currently covers 6 million square miles, or one tenth the Land area on Earth, about the area…

Why Germany’s Green Party Is So Strong: A Wake-Up Call

From The GWPF Date: 27/05/19  Rainer Zitelmann, Tichys Einblick The Greens have long been defining the cultural and political agenda in Germany. The more the other parties have been currying…

China gets UK aid to boost fracking

From The Express UK BRITAIN has given thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ cash to help fracking in China, it has been revealed – to the anger of cross-party MPs. Foreign…