Friday Funny – the #GreenNewDeal implosion, captured on film

As we first reported here at WUWT three days ago, left-leaning filmmaker Michael Moore dropped a bomb on the left’s sacred cow of “renewables”. Meanwhile, serial ringmaster Michael Mann HAD a cow. Josh provides the reality: Michael Mann provides the entertainment. In case you haven’t seen the film, you can watch it in entirety here:…

Welcome to the Shibbolithic

Guest parody by Brad Keyes (Note – some video files may take time to load, try refresh if don’t see them.) Shibbolithic /ʃɪbəlˈiθik/ n. : the current geological age, regarded as the first of the Anthropocene epoch and distinguished by the hegemony of unconvincing impostors in the scholarly and scientific academies Source: ‘Shibbolithic.’ Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster,…

Friday Funny – Venal Swamp Mann

There’s a saying “Strike while the iron is hot.” There’s also a saying “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” In this case, I think the latter applies. Serial climate litigator Michael E. Mann, has come up with a new angle; he’s calling Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick to produce some “evidence”…

Friday Funny – or not so Funny?

As the Coronavirus impacts the world and most of us (including yours truly) “shelter in place” and watching with fear and trepidation at what is going on in our world, Josh has condensed it down to a binary choice – with juggling: Essentially, politicians are “Juggling with Death”. Like this work? Buy Josh a pint…

Hump Day Hilarity – The Mouse That ….Coughed

Sometimes, life imitates art. Sometimes, the universe makes a hard left turn. Our resident cartoonist, Josh, came up with this after it was suggested on another blog. From the Wikipedia description: The Mouse That Roared is a 1955 Cold War satirical novel by Irish American writer Leonard Wibberley, which launched a series of satirical books about an imaginary country in Europe…

Damaging impacts of warming moderated by migration of rainfed crops

Continued migration, however, may result in significant environmental costs Colorado State University Many studies seek to estimate the adverse effects of climate change on crops, but most research assumes that the geographic distribution of crops will remain unchanged in the future. New research using 40 years of global data, led by Colorado State University, has…