Al Jazeera Climate Change Misanthropy: “Will coronavirus help nature reclaim the Earth?”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Yet another green celebrating the retreat of humans in the face of a deadly epidemic. The Green Read: Will coronavirus help nature reclaim the Earth?…

Australian energy security on the brink

Rafe Champion, Independent Scholar, Sydney The Australian electric power supply is on the edge of a cliff because one more substantial coal-fired power station is scheduled to close in 2023.…

8 PM (ET) LIVE: Is the Coronavirus Lockdown the Future Environmentalists Want?

Live Video Zoom Webinar by The Heartland Institute and CFACTTODAY at 8 p.m. ET ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (April 30, 2020) – Join Heartland Institute President James Taylor and Marc Morano,…

Ministerial math, scientific skepticism and the Chinese virus

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Of government ministers it may be said that they seldom know how many beans make five. Frankly, numeracy is seldom their forte. Therefore, HM Government,…

Model Madness – Parallels Between Failed Climate Models And Failed Coronavirus Models

PODCAST with Dr. Roy Spencer – Climate models and coronavirus models are being used to set public policy. Both have proven to be failures. It’s that old “uncertainty monster” again.…

“Planet of the Humans”: Climate Activists Scramble to Choose a Corporate Sellout Scapegoat

Guest essay by Eric Worrall In the wake of harsh allegations of green corporate greed made in the documentary “Planet of the Humans”, who will Greens sacrifice to restore public…

Mann elected to National Academy of Sciences

Penn State Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences and director of Penn State’s Earth System Science Center at Penn State, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences,…

Meeting the terawatt challenge

Robert Bryce’s latest book lays out a powerful case for treating electricity as a human right Duggan Flanakin In his latest seminal book, A Question of Power: Electricity and the…

Coronavirus shutdown forces research project to miss critical start of Arctic ice melt

From Polar Bear Science Posted on April 28, 2020 | The worldwide coronavirus lockdown has meant that the MOSAiC research project, which deliberately froze the icebreaker Polarstern into the Arctic…

Still Flying Blind: Can Meteorologists Help Epidemiologists with #Coronavirus?

Reposted from the Cliff Mass Weather Blog Wednesday, April 29, 2020 Things are not going well these days regarding predicting the future of coronavirus in the U.S., with the epidemiological…

Chinese virus drives a startling increase in Europe’s excess mortality #coronavirus

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The scale of the Chinese-virus pandemic is now beginning to become visible. Yesterday, the death toll of 59,000 in the United States exceeded the 58,000…

Apparent Paradoxes in the relationship of Climate ‘Concerns, Skepticism, Activism, and Priority’, explained by Religiosity

From Dr. Judith Curry’s Blog, Climate Etc. Posted on April 27, 2020 by curryja by Andy West Explores the contrast between Allied and Core belief in the culture of climate…

Is Working From Home the New Normal? Or a Green Fantasy?

Guest “NFW!” by David Middleton How Working From Home Will Impact Oil Demand ForeverBy Michael Kern – Apr 23, 2020 It’s day 33 for me. I leave the house to…

New findings suggest laws of nature not as constant as previously thought

University of New South Wales Those looking forward to a day when science’s Grand Unifying Theory of Everything could be worn on a t-shirt may have to wait a little…

Key-indicator analysis, the Chinese virus and the climate scam

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Models! Dontcha just wish your taxes didn’t have to pay for them? First there was the Imperial College model that predicted 500,000 deaths in the…

Covid-19: That time Aussie Virologists Accidentally Created an Unstoppable Mouse Pathogen

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Guest essay by Eric Worrall As speculation mounts about exactly what Chinese virologists were doing in that sinister Wuhan laboratory, it might be a good…

“Global public tells the United Nations: Take action on climate change and the environment”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The United Nations has moved on from conducting simple surveys which all too frequently reveal an embarrassing lack of concern about climate change. Now they…

The COVID Growth Curve (In Verse) #coronavirus

Guest verse by Denis Howarth     On April 13, Israel’s Channel 12 television broadcast a discussion with Isaac Ben-Israel, who heads the Security Studies program at Tel Aviv University, chairs…

Paleontologists identify most dangerous place on Earth

Guest “thank God for asteroids” by David Middleton My first guess would have been Chicago, but, apparently it was the Sahara Desert region back during the Cretaceous Period… PALAEONTOLOGISTS REVEAL…

Michael Moore Strikes Back: Defends Anti Renewable Energy “Planet of the Humans”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Breitbart; Michael Moore is adding to the growing chaos in green circles, by affirming deep green tropes like “the Pandemic is a warning”, but…

How the Chinese virus punishes the stupid, the innumerate, the panicky and the extreme

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley First, the stupid and the innumerate. Here is a graphic being circulated by the failed far-Left cartoonist John Cook, he of the bogus “97.1% consensus”…

From Green Blindness to a New Reality

Guest opinion by Wim Röst The Virus Nature is beautiful, romantic and the best there is on Earth. But, nature is also fully unpredictable, dangerous and deadly. For example, by…

Grist on Joe Biden’s Climate Podcast: “The whole thing sounds like a voicemail two of your grandparents left you”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall On Climate Change with Joe Inslee is Joe Biden’s effort to explain his climate policies. Joe Biden has a podcast, and there’s an episode on…

Some Dilemmas of Climate Simulations

Guest post by Wallace Manheimer A great deal of the recommendation that the world should modify its energy infrastructure to combat climate change, costing tens to hundreds of trillions of…