Monthly Archives: December 2011

Be Careful How You Calibrate That Time Machine

The climate deception machine is running overtime this Christmas season. The following is courtesy of the good people at thinkprogress.org: This winter has been unusually warm, crippling ski resorts, ruining holiday traditions, and dashing hopes of a white Christmas across … Continue reading

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Mad Max Runs out of Desert

Poor Mad Max, he can’t catch a break. Right when a handy drought was helping climate alarmists take over Australia as well as lending perfect scenery for the Road Warrior to shoot his next film, mother nature comes along and … Continue reading

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Giving Shape to Phantoms

What follows is the second excerpt from my new book, Don’t Sell Your Coat, which can be purchased as a paperback on Amazon here. It will be available on Kindle, iPad, and Nook by New Years. The excerpt is from … Continue reading

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Introducing: Don’t Sell Your Coat

Summing up: Wind turbines do not deliver reliable electric power; the ocean-atmosphere system is not broken; scaring people needlessly isn’t nice – and it distracts them from the actual environmental problems surrounding them. Continue reading

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