From giant elephants to nimble gazelles: Early humans hunted the largest available animals to extinction for 1.5 million years

The study shows that humans always hunted the largest available animals until they became exceedingly rare or extinct, and then went on to target the next-largest.

Fishing for Citations

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Charles The Moderator, who is the man whose endless work keeps this site ticking over, pointed me to an interesting happenstance involving the world of…

Russia Is Right, There Is No Connection Between Climate, National Security, and the United Nations’ Mission

Russia recently vetoed the U.N. Security Council Resolution aimed at labeling climate change a threat to international peace and security. They were right to block the United Nations’ efforts to…

How Pressure Systems Control The Climate Part 1 – Decline In Extreme Weather

The most destructive storms are convective storms like hurricanes , tornadoes, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. This video examines where the greatest convective energy is located and why scientists are finding…

Power When You Need It? Not With Wind

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood If this is the standard of research into the reliability of wind power, then heaven help us all: Nobody…

Energy and Environmental Review: December 20, 2021

This fortnightly Master Resource post excerpts energy and climate material from the Media Balance Newsletter, published every other week by physicist John Droz Jr., founder of the Alliance for Wise Energy…