Moving Off WordPress

Having been censored from Twitter, I expect a similar push from climate Nazis to get me blocked from Wordpress. I am starting a transition to my own hosting at.

Look for new posts to start appearing there soon.

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My CO2 Undercover Investigation

I rode my super-stealth low-CO2 vehicle to the Rawhide coal death power plant, up near the Wyoming border. (I didn’t dare get any closer for fear of contracting asthma.)

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This plant spews nocturnal CO2 emissions directly into the bosom of Gaia, 365 nights a year.

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Gaia angrily reacts to this violation of her personal space, by producing extra amounts of organic produce.

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And the impact on the local wildlife is devastating.

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Stay tuned. Next week’s story is about frackers drilling Gaia. She really hates that.

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Obama And Kerry Have Saved The Planet

Climate experts tell us that Greenland is melting down and we are all going to drown in a great flood caused by our carbon sins and greed

National Geographic cites: “A recent study says we can expect the oceans to rise between 2.5 and 6.5 feet by 2100, enough to swamp many of the cities along the U.S. East Coast. More dire estimates, including a complete meltdown of the Greenland ice sheet, push sea level rise to 23 feet, enough to submerge London.”

Cole: Damaging effects of human-caused climate change already hurt sea life

Meanwhile scientists in Greenland have nearly disappeared under the 10,000 foot thick snow and ice, with temperatures 59 degrees below freezing.

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Greenland’s surface has gained nearly 500 billion tons of ice over the past eight months

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Arctic sea ice is the thickest it has been since 2006

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Arctic sea ice extent is normal. Just below the 1981-2010 mean.

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Antarctic sea ice extent is at a record high

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Northern Hemisphere snow water content is well above normal.


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The good news is that John Kerry has already stopped bad weather and sea level rise.

Secretary of State John F. Kerry took the helm of the Arctic Council on Friday on behalf of the United States

Kerry promised to make the battle against climate change the first priority of the two-year U.S. stewardship of the council

Preventing catastrophic weather events and rising sea levels “is not a future challenge; this is happening right now,” Kerry told the gathering at Iqaluit on Canada’s Baffin Island.

U.S. takes helm of Arctic Council, aims to focus on climate change – LA Times

Kerry and Obama ended the bad weather, by having exactly zero impact on global CO2 emissions over the past six years.


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Guardian Goes Full Orwell

The Guardian appears to have passed a tipping point. Look what they censored now.

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Changes in water vapor and clouds are amplifying global warming | John Abraham | Environment | The Guardian

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No Scientific Discussion Allowed At The Guardian

My good friend Barb Wired posted this comment at the Guardian on a discussion of climate feedbacks.

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They deleted it within four minutes

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Changes in water vapor and clouds are amplifying global warming | John Abraham | Environment | The Guardian

The desperation of the team has reached volume 11


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State Of The Climate Scam Report

Gaia is simply not cooperating with the global warming scam.

Arctic sea ice is in the normal range.

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Arctic sea ice is the thickest it has been since 2006


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Antarctic sea ice is at record levels

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The claimed melt areas of Antarctica (Larsen, WAIS) have excess sea  ice, indicating the water and air is persistently colder than normal and near or below the freezing point.

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Atmospheric temperatures are below what 97% of climate models predicted. Global warming theory is based on atmospheric temperatures.

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Climate Analysis | Remote Sensing Systems

Winter snow extent continues to increase, indicating that cold air is pushing further south.


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US tornadoes have been occurring at record low levels in recent years. US hurricane activity is the lowest on record. Before data tampering, the US is experiencing a century long cooling trend. The US continues a century long trend of being wetter with less drought

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Climate at a Glance: Time Series | National Climatic Data Center (NCDC)

There has been no change in the rate of sea level rise as measured from tide gauges over the past century. Many tide gauges show no rise at all

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Climate alarmists are lying about nearly every single talking point. Almost none of the things they predicted have come true, and they have instead resorted to data tampering, outright lying, intimidation, censorship, and worse.

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Obama Recycling The Identical Nonsense From 30 Years Ago

Eight degrees warming by 2030. Earth to drown.  Identical crap as 1986. Only difference is that the world was actually warming in 1986.

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Published: June 15, 1986

The world’s warming trend is still imperfectly understood, but scientists generally agree that the 100-year forecast is worsening. The Senate Environmental Pollution subcommittee last week listened to experts on the ”greenhouse effect,” the atmospheric buildup of carbon dioxide and other gases, primarily from the burning of fossil fuels, that slows the escape of heat from the earth’s surface. Their principal conclusion: its impact will show up sooner than previously expected, perhaps within a decade. The most pessimistic projections envision a rise in global temperatures by as much as 8 degrees Fahrenheit by the 2030’s.

Witnesses spoke of changing climates and ecosystems, rising seas and eroding shorelines. But some, notably those representing the Reagan Administration, cautioned that many unanswered questions remain.


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Dinner Is Served In 15 Minutes

Today’s special :

Penguin eggs
Snail Darter escargot
Low carbon sparkling water
Tender Polar Bear cub cutlets
Fine Everglades whine by the bottle, spiked with Crocodile tears

Don’t be late!

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