Daily Archives: September 24, 2013

Editorial : Sacrifice Is Needed To Control The Climate

The latest research from our top scientists tells us that the only way to control the climate is through sacrifice. In the past, people foolishly believed that the Sun influenced the climate – but science has come a long way … Continue reading

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Reggie’s Blowtorch Runs Out Of Fossil Fuels

Guest post by the second stupidest person on the Internet They told me that I wasn’t allowed to look at the Arctic until the end of September. CMMBCTCA.gif (2200×1700)

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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Says We Are Making Arctic Fall Off A Cliff – Ice Free By 2014

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Shock News : IPCC Publishes Stupid Alarmist Crap They Found On The Internet

Debate heats up over IPCC melting glaciers claim Glaciologists are this week arguing over how a highly contentious claim about the speed at which glaciers are melting came to be included in the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on … Continue reading

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Most Obama Supporters Don’t Actually Exist

It takes a lot of work to create millions of fake twitter accounts and millions of fake voters. Of the president’s 36.9 million Twitter followers, an astonishing 53 per cent – or 19.5 million – are fake accounts, according to … Continue reading

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Six Years Past The Tipping point

Mark Serreze, as senior scientist at the National Snow and Ice Date Center in Boulder Colorado admits natural factors are contributing, but, quote, “the effects of greenhouse warming are now coming through loud and clear.” We’ll be hearing more from … Continue reading

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Arctic Ocean To Be Ice-Free By 2010

QUEBEC — The Arctic Ocean could be free of ice in the summer as soon as 2010 or 2015 – something that hasn’t happened for more than a million years, according to a leading polar researcher.  Louis Fortier, scientific director … Continue reading

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