The Conversation: How to Convince Economists to Back Climate Action

Professor Aled Jones exposing the “myth” that renewables are too expensive and utterly reliant on government subsidies.

Climate Scientists Want to Ban Dissenting Views

Betts and co may disagree, that is their prerogative. But if they do, they need to present the facts why, instead of blackmailing the The European Physical Journal Plus into…

Euro Energy Crisis: A Rare Opportunity to Recalibrate Priorities?

At least one developed economy is waking up from an energy slumber induced by the obsession with climate change. The new prime minister of the UK is seemingly leaving no…

Nadir Crater: The Other Dino-Killer?

Guest “Geology Rocks!” by David Middleton Impact Crater off the African Coast May Be Linked to ChicxulubThe underwater crater, spotted serendipitously in commercial observations of seafloor sediments, is believed to…

Grid Expert’s Dire Warning: “All of Europe’s Power Supply at Risk” …30% Of Computers Could Be Destroyed

The economic damage resulting from a major blackout would be crippling. Chaos would ensue for weeks or months.

Claim: Rising Global Temperatures Point to Widespread Drought

according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA). 

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