A blockchain to destroy alarmist fake news, Part 2

Guest essay by Mike Lorrey NOTE: Mike Lorrey is an advisor to trive.news and is a past contributor and moderator for WUWT. In Part 1 I talked about how the…

A new blockchain designed to destroy fake alarmist news

Fact Checking Alarmist Fake News Now Easy With Trive Guest essay by Mike Lorrey NOTE: The author is an advisor to trive.news. He has also made a number of contributions…

US Congress Rejects UN Internet Takeover

http://phys.org/news/2012-05-internet.html As a followup to a previous story about congressional hearings regarding a proposal to turn over control of the internet to the United Nations International Telecommunications Union, we are…

Stop Kissing the Coral!!!!

http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/5473/coral-reefs-have-herpes Long blamed on anthropogenic global warming, coral bleaching events are now being traced to viral pathogens, specifically a form of the herpes virus. I guess this is what they…

A request: +1 Us for Google's Sake

A week or so ago I found out about Google’s +1 program, which allows anybody to uprate websites that participate, so that users can boost that site’s search rankings. As…

Early Winter in Switzerland

Global Warming alarmists have long claimed that snowfall would soon be a thing of the past in the Swiss Alps, that the glaciers would melt, tourists would leave, and the…

Easter Blizzard in the Northeastern US, Global Warming to Blame?

From the “weather is not climate” department, post by Mike Lorrey: I woke up today to find a couple inches of snow accumulating on my deck, and was thinking about…

Facebook Treating Skeptic Blog Articles as "Abusive"

It came to our attention yesterday when we were sharing WUWT articles, that Facebook now treats WUWT articles as “abusive”. Apparently this is a new tactic of the warmists to…

Snow in Los Angeles County, NWS Winter Advisory

From the “weather is not climate” department… Apparently, Nature is weighing in some support for action in Sacramento to end California’s economically punishing anti-carbon law. We saw earlier this winter…

New Hampshire House Votes to Quit Cap-and-Trade

The New Hampshire House of Representatives, the third largest legislative body in the world, voted yesterday to end the state’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative cap-and-trade program. The…

1,000's of Japans Centenarians Died Decades Ago, Average Life Expectancy "worse than we thought"…

In another example of vital statistics being grossly distorted by a combination of poor record keeping and possibly people with a selfish agenda, it is being reported in the Guardian…

Earth Braces for Solar Storm Tonite

NASA announced that a massive solar flare that erupted Sunday should strike Earth some time tonite in the early AM hours (Correction, has struck Earth, details follow). “This eruption is…

IceCube spies unexplained pattern of cosmic rays

by Jill Sakai, University of Wisconsin Though still under construction, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole is already delivering scientific results — including an early finding about a…

EPA Rejects Petitions to Scuttle CO2 Rules

Today the EPA rejected petitions from citizens, groups, and states to reverse its 2009 decision to regulate CO2 as a pollutant. The states of Virginia and Texas, the U.S. Chamber…

Step Changes in Science Blog Climate

Guest post by WUWT moderator Mike Lorrey One of the nice tools that alexa.com has is that it lets you compare multiple sites against each other. For those with competition…

Interior Dept. Inspector General Investigating post facto falsified statements from engineers on drilling moratorium

While this isn’t our normal fare here at WUWT, I found it interesting and relevant, since WUWT covered the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling spill story early on here, with several…

Tink Fitzhew vs the USGS

Guest post by WUWT moderator Mike Lorrey Up here in northern New England, we like our tall tales. Stories of the humor, wisdom, and idiosyncratic thought of the yankee farmer…

First They Came For The Scientists….

Mike Lorrey looks at the PNAS skeptics paper and some historical issues related to it. – Anthony My primary area of accomplishment in life, other than virtual worlds development, is…

Dilbert on the Utility of Forecasting

Scott Adams evidently understands AGW adherents completely.

July Snow in New Hampshire

From the weather-is-not-climate department: By Jeff Fish, Globe Correspondent Ignoring the calendar, which showed the beginning of the month of July, a dusting of snow fell Thursday on Mount Washington…

The New Space Junk Blame Game

Space junk, those bits and pieces dropped by astronauts, or resulting from explosion of upper stages, or collisions of satellites or ASAT tests, are a major safety hazard in Low…

The Beauty of a Near Spotless Sun

Amateur telescope photographer Thierry Legault has gained renown in recent years taking photographs of spacecraft in orbit… from the ground, with them either reflecting sunlight as they cross the terminator,…

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