Eating bugs could provide as much or more iron and other nutrients as consuming beef. CREDIT American Chemical Society

Bugs, it’s what’s for dinner

From the “in a word, no” department and the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY comes this same tired old story we keep hearing from eco-activists tht believe bugs are more “sustainable” than beef. Because cattle make methane, and that will set the world on fire someday. The buzz about edible bugs: Can they replace beef? The idea of…

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Harvard: Climate change to affect election, in 2099!

From Harvard and the “timing is everything” department comes this “models gone wild” projection that’s sure to upset zealots who think climate change is affecting the election NOW. Oh, wait, in the Hottest Year Ever™, climate change isn’t even mentioned in the presidential debates, and comes in dead last in U.N. worldwide polling. Climate change:…

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Mann on the Lack of MSM Climate Coverage: “One has to wonder if television networks are compromised…”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Michael Mann, inventor of the iconic Hockey Stick Graph, is concerned that TV networks might have been “compromised” into downplaying the climate crisis. Why has climate change been ignored in the presidential debates? While we rake over Clinton’s emails and Trump’s late-night tweets, climate has been the elephant in the…

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President Obama, David Attenborough and the Aquatic Ape

Guest essay by Eric Worrall High profile British Climate Advocate David Attenborough, who in 2015 was invited to the Whitehouse by President Obama to advise on climate issues, has come under fire for promoting a discredited “Aquatic Ape” theory. Sorry David Attenborough, we didn’t evolve from ‘aquatic apes’ – here’s why Occasionally in science there…

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Share Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jetset Climate Burden

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Verge has written one of the most unintentionally hilarious descriptions ever of serial Climate Clown Leonardo DiCaprio’s desire to share his green angst with the proletariat. … Celebrities are keen on adopting righteous causes, but few are as vocal as Leonardo DiCaprio about his quest to save the planet…