Daily Archives: November 24, 2012

San Fran Woody Upset About Weiner Ban

San Francisco official Wiener leads vote on public nudity ban A 6-5 vote by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has brought a ban on public nudity (except at permitted festivals and parades) one step closer to becoming city ordinance. … Continue reading

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Pavlov’s Dogs

Pavlov demonstrated that it is possible to create very strong associations between things that have no relationship to each other. His experiment taught dogs to drool when a bell was rung. Climate scientists have done the same thing, connecting weather to taxes. … Continue reading


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Milwaukee Journal Wants To Control The Weather Through Taxes

OUR VIEW | CLIMATE CHANGE Time to do something about the weather Options have been laid out: A tax on carbon as suggested by former Secretary of State George Shultz and others is one idea. The Save Our Climate Act, … Continue reading

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UN Climate Chief Hoping That Sandy Will Convince Americans To Give Up Their Freedom

Because we had a hurricane, the UN is hoping that America will bend over and adopt UN domination of our lives. Christiana Figueres, who leads the United Nations negotiations to get governments to reduce carbon emissions in the world, regards Hurricane Sandy … Continue reading

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“Unprecedented” 1854 Drought Across The United States

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Climate Safety In 1907

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Dirty Weather In 1888

The US was hit by two of the five worst snowstorms in history during early 1888. 1. The Great Blizzard of 1888 (the Great White Hurricane) March 11 – 14, 1888 Eastern United States Snowfall of 40 to 50 inches was recorded over … Continue reading

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A Tale Of Two Countries

It was the best of engineers. It was the worst of scientists. In the year 1900, Galveston Texas was hit by a 145 MPH hurricane and storm surge which wiped out most of the city and killed 10,000 people. How did they … Continue reading

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Editorial : When Government Makes Its Mind Up To Do Something

Campaigners say Obama’s re-election, superstorm Sandy and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s endorsement – predicated on climate change – put climate change back on the domestic agenda. Opinion polls suggest public concern in the US about climate change was rising even before Sandy. … Continue reading

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