SEAMS Dreams (NOT)

The specific issue Charles highlighted for possible comment was a newish article at the ‘irrefutable’ Atlantic. It claimed that but for President Trump’s intervention, the ‘Green New Deal’ (GND) grid…

How people investigate — or don’t — fake news on Twitter and Facebook

University of Washington Social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, provide people with a lot of information, but it’s getting harder and harder to tell what’s real and what’s…

The 100-year Oil Spill and Other Imaginary Tales of Conflation

Guest geology by David Middleton One of the coolest things about writing posts for WUWT is the fact that, quite often, a ridiculous comment will form the nucleus of a…

CNN: Wind Tops Coal in Texas in 3 out of 6 Months in 2019

Guest Fake News analysis by David Middleton The USA Today version of this non-story was even dumber than CNN’s version… Wind is outpacing coal as a power source in Texas…

CNN Fake News: Republican Feud Over Climate “Crisis”

Guest FAKE NEWS ALERT by David Middleton It’s Lindsey Graham vs. Donald Trump on climate crisisLauren DezenskiBy Lauren Dezenski, CNNUpdated 5:18 AM ET, Sun July 14, 2019 Washington (CNN) Sen.…

Fake Academe: Fined $ 50.1 Million

News Brief by Kip Hansen News Flash: “U.S. judge rules deceptive publisher should pay $50 million in damages”. Appearing yesterday in Science magazine online is the news that “A U.S.…

Audubon Claims Nearly All US Bird Species Are @ Risk

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen   If you thought it was only IPCC-itis and associated climate cognitive disorders that resulted in wildly improbable, downright nut-case spreading of alarming-but-false doom-is-upon-us stories,…

Hilarious! @weatherchannel reporter fakes intensity of #HurricaneFlorence wind – gets caught

You can’t make this stuff up. The Weather Channel typically sends a reporter to hurricane landfalls to file live reports. Hurricane Florence is no exception. However, in this case although…

Contrary to the NY Times — The DR Has Lots of Clean Beautiful Beaches

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen Palko Karasz, writing in the New York Times, with a degree of insensitivity bordering on blatant intentional libel, reports: “Come for the beaches, say tourism…

Commuting to work: car, train or bus?

By Andy May The United States Department of Transportation tells us in their online report “Public Transportation’s Role in responding to Climate Change” that we should use public transportation to…