THE BLOB! – Google’s new threat to Internet privacy and security

“Google is proposing a new standard called WebBundles,” according to Brave’s senior privacy researcher. Brave is an alternate web browser, competition to Chrome, Edge, and Firefox. From the Brave website: WebBundles…

An estimate of Climate Sensitivity

This arithmetic shows that Man-made additions of CO2 to the atmosphere can only have very marginal further temperature effect into next century and beyond.

STUNNING: @CDCgov update on #COVID19 – US Deaths overestimated by 17 times

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has just released a tranche of new data about the coronavirus. Far and away the most interesting statement is this one: For 6% of…

UN Advisor: Divert National Military Budgets to Climate Change and UN Sustainability Programmes

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The United Nations appears to think nations should stop wasting money on guns and soldiers and instead embrace funding UN climate change, economic decarbonisation and…

Monday Mirthiness: a ‘mostly peaceful’ #Election2020 choice

By now, I’m sure almost everyone who reads WUWT has seen the ridiculous CNN screencap with the FIERY BUT MOSTLY PEACEFUL PROTEST title while flames and burnt out cars inhabit…

Potentially powerful pipeline precedents

Fracking (horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing) has unleashed bounties of US oil and natural gas, dramatically reduced energy prices from their historic 2008 peak, saved families and industries billions of…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #422

“In so far as a scientific statement speaks about reality, it must be falsifiable: and in so far as it is not falsifiable, it does not speak about reality.” –…

Trump greenlights drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but will oil companies show up?

The Trump administration has announced that it is opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas development – the latest twist in a decades-long battle over the…

ABC: Chinese Migrants who Survived Mao’s Great Leap Forward can Help Us Learn Sustainability

According to the Australian Government ABC, Chinese migrants who survived a brutal famine caused by Chairman Mao’s Great Leap Forward can teach us how to survive in the coming age…

Fidelity of El Niño simulation matters for predicting future climate

A new study led by University of Hawai’i at Mānoa researchers, published in the journal Nature Communications this week, revealed that correctly simulating ocean current variations hundreds of feet below…

Post-Covid-19 ‘Sustainable Development’ Means Little In Precision Or Practice

Now that COVID-19 is compounding and exacerbating threats to the global economy, including higher public debt burdens, de-globalization and an expanding role of the state, the call for “sustainable development”…

You are Probably a Criminal. Hands Up–Drop the Feather!

The oddest thing is that this case seems to have been decided, in part, based on the opinion of a fictional character, Atticus Finch, one of the protagonists of Harper…

Fatal polar bear attack in Svalbard unfairly blamed on lack of sea ice

A polar bear attacked a camping site Friday in Norway’s remote Svalbard Islands, killing a 38-year-old Dutch man before being shot and killed by onlookers, authorities on the Arctic island…

Alberta oil shipped through Panama Canal to Atlantic Canada to avert COVID-19 threat to energy supply

Any event — such as a COVID-19 outbreak in any of these oil-supplying countries — that disrupts the flow of crude oil to the refinery threatens the energy security of…

Scientific American: “What Climate Change Does to the Human Body”

Dr. Neelu Tummala, MD claims she can see the effects of climate change increasingly impacting the bodies of her patients.

Open Letter to Senator Elizabeth Warren

On August 28, Dr. Caleb Rossiter, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition, published on open letter to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on the issue of censorship. He states:

“The future is going to be weird”: Elon Musk Wants to Plant a Chip in Your Head

Last Friday Elon Musk showed off his neural implant chip for pigs, and expressed hope that one day people with silicon chips in their brains would be able to summon…

The “racism” of climate change alarmists

Climate alarmists now proclaim that climate change is racist, that it affects minorities more than others. What hypocrisy. By this theory, the Sun, our galaxy and their Creator are racist,…

Smoking Out the Golden State’s Green Utopia

Into the grandest of fantasies, reality intrudes. And so, it may be that Mother Nature in the form of annual forest fires, will force a key California agency to face…

German Chancellor Calls for Europe Wide Carbon Pricing on Transport and Industry

Guest essay by Eric Worrall As Germany and Europe reels from the economic impact of Covid-19, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has just added to the reasons for not investing in…

WILD: antifa.com now sends you direct to Joe Biden’s campaign website

Strange but true. The antifa.com domain name will redirect you to the campaign website of Joe Biden in your web browser.

Earth’s Water May Have Come From… Earth

Guest “full circle” by David Middleton Way back in the Pleistocene, when I was a young geology student with hair, we were taught that the most likely source of Earth’s…

When will Temperatures start to fall? Part1

This is an article with a simple proposition. Science tells us that rapidly rising Co2 in turn causes rising temperatures, which has become a very serious problem for humanity.

Amid crying over low Arctic ice, W Hudson Bay polar bears leave ice as late as 2009

This year, the last collared Western Hudson Bay polar bear to leave the ice left as late, or later, than the last collared bear did in 2009 (which was an…