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- Something To Look Forward To
- Begonia Update
- What I Learned Yesterday
- Learning How To Think Like A Progressive
- 25 Years Ago – When Baseball Saved Lives
- Understanding The Hockey Stick
- Religion Of Peace At Work In Iraq
- If Barack Obama Had A Son …..
- Reggie Urgently Needed In The Northwest Passage
- The Unarmed Little Boy Probably Just Wanted A Bag Of Skittles
- New Common Core Video
- Deja Vu
- Robbie Burns Explains Global Warming Theory
- 20 Years Ago
- 40 Years!
- How To Identify Climate Fraud By Government Agencies
- 100 Years Ago – Before Climate Scientists Started Lying About Antarctica
- Meet Me At Whole Foods
- My Arctic Forecast
- Arctic Sea Ice Area Up 55% Since 2012
- Removing The 1940s Blip
- NASA Antarctic Temperature Fraud
- 15% vs. 30% Vs. Area Vs. Brainless Climate Scientists
- Green Energy Threatens All Flying Creatures
- Four Months After Predicting The Demise Of Antarctic Sea Ice, NSIDC Experts Said They Predicted Record Ice All Along
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Daily Archives: November 14, 2012
I’m working on a project in Fort Collins with 15 engineers. Eleven are Brazilian, two are from India, one from China and two Americans (including me.) I have worked on other engineering projects where I was the only American on a … Continue reading
The complete list of Obama’s faltering or bankrupt green-energy companies: Evergreen Solar ($25 million)* SpectraWatt ($500,000)* Solyndra ($535 million)* Beacon Power ($43 million)* Nevada Geothermal ($98.5 million) SunPower ($1.2 billion) First Solar ($1.46 billion) Babcock and Brown ($178 million) EnerDel’s subsidiary Ener1 ($118.5 million)* Amonix ($5.9 million) Fisker Automotive ($529 million) … Continue reading
PRESIDENT OBAMA: You know, as you know, Mark (sp), we can’t attribute any particular weather event to climate change. What we do know is the temperature around the globe is increasing faster than was predicted even 10 years ago. We do … Continue reading
The “Rocky Mountain High” state aka Colorado – home to Americas’ two worst mass murders, Jon Benet, Ward Churchill and Balloon Boy – has produced yet another nutcase. A 20-year-old Colorado man was arrested after he allegedly threatened to assassinate President Obama … Continue reading
The record low Arctic ice this summer killed off the last of the Polar Bears, because they can not survive without ice. In its first roll call since September, the Senate voted 92-5 on Tuesday to debate a bill to ease restrictions … Continue reading
Government agencies tell us month after month that the US is rapidly warming and that 2012 is the hottest year ever. Only problem is, the thermometer data they use shows no warming, and show 1921 and 1934 warmer. The claims … Continue reading
In the Soviet Union, political opponents had their reputations systematically destroyed by the rulers and the government controlled press corpse. The US in 2012 is no different. MSNBC might as well rename themselves Pravda.
. Perhaps it was actually a spontaneous demonstration inspired by YouTube? You can tell that anyone in the Obama administration is lying, by the fact that their lips are moving.
The idea that natural disasters are increasing and that it is someone’s fault has been around for tens of thousands of years. Al Gore and Bill McKibben’s belief system is rooted in ancient witchcraft and superstition. The only difference being … Continue reading
This is not what the White House wanted for President Barack Obama’s first news conference since winning a second term. He won’t be able to dwell much on his stronger-than-expected victory or even press his agenda for the next four years. … Continue reading