Jun 21 14:07

Love Wins

Climate Change just made it into pop culture. With some good natured fun poked at it in "Love Wins"

If you enjoy this upbeat, high-energy love song, please share it. The MSM gives it a wide berth while they sell war.

Jun 21 11:56

Israeli hikers rescued from blizzard on Russian-Mongolian border

Two Israeli trekkers were rescued Tuesday after being trapped – along with two Russian hikers – in a blizzard high in the mountains on the Russian-Mongolian border.

According to Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nachshon, the hikers were on a trail 2,200 meters high leading to the Shumack Mineral Springs when the blizzard hit. He said that the temperature before nightfall was 10 degrees

Jun 20 16:36

Blackout: California In Power Grid Emergency: “All Customers Should Expect 14 Days Without Power”

The entire Los Angeles metropolitan area and most of Southern California can expect blackouts this summer.

California will have its first test of plans to keep the lights on this summer…

With record-setting heat and air conditioning demand expected in Southern California, the state’s power grid operator issued a so-called “flex alert,” urging consumers to conserve energy to help prevent rotating power outages – which could occur regardless.

Read more at SHTF

Jun 18 10:19

"F*ck Off Fascist" - One Man's Epic Response To The Mass. AG Over Subpoena On Climate Change

As we reported late last year, Exxon is directly in the crosshairs of a government push to punish those who deny climate change.

In addition to being investigated by the New York Attorney General, Exxon has been handed a subpoena by the AG of the US Virgin Islands, and also the Massachusetts AG Maura Healey - all of which are anchored in the claim that Exxon has lied to shareholders and consumers about the risks of global warming in its communications and shareholder filings.

Not everyone is standing by while the government attempts to punish those who disagree with its official policy stance however. Recall that Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Mike Lee (R-UT), Jeff Sessions (R-AL), David Vitter (R-LA) and David Perdue (R-GA) sent a letter to the United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch, demanding that these climate change witch hunts come to an end.

Jun 18 10:15

Why Mainstream Science is a Religion

Mainstream science, despite all its claims of objectivity, and despite the fact it attempts to lay claim to the truth, is itself a religion. Science places itself on a pedestal and assures everyone it has dispassionately arrived at its conclusions. Meanwhile, however, it is full of assumptions, denials and limitations, and makes the serious mistake of presenting its theories as facts. The errors of mainstream science are gladly seized upon by technocrats, eager to use science and technology to further their own ambitions of control, and include forcing the vaccine, GMO, surveillance, manmade global warming, geoengineering, SMART and microchipping agendas onto an unsuspecting public.

Jun 18 08:29

Climate Witch Hunt | The New Inquisition

If Climate Skeptics Can Be Prosecuted, So Can The Alarmists

According to a new proposal, if Democratic attorneys general can pursue climate change skeptics for fraud, then also at risk of prosecution are climate alarmists whose predictions of global doom have failed to materialize...


Jun 18 08:07

BEX ALERT - South Pole hits alarming climate change milestone

Soon after New Zealand passed a worrying climate change milestone, scientists have confirmed that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels have now also hit 400 parts per million (PPM) in Antarctica.

The South Pole was the last place on Earth to cross the mark - an amount not seen there for four million years and a grim symbol of the swift pace at which man-made pollution is warming the world.

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The Carbonazis are scrambling to deal with the winter storms hitting the Pacific Northwest and the snow here in Hawaii last Wednesday. Note how their reporting involves locations ordinary people can not travel to to verify the claims.

Jun 18 08:00


You are witness to one of the greatest frauds perpetrated on the people of planet Earth, to trick them out of their money and into obedience under the guise of the fight against Human-Caused Global Warming (now rebranded "Human Caused Climate Change" to explain away the icicles we were told were not going to happen). The global warming scare was concocted out of outright lies, purchased science, and scare mongering to trick you into being willing to pay carbon taxes to solve a non-existent crisis you were told was all your fault. And, of course, to lull you into accepting the dictates of a global government that needed to save the Earth from you icky-poo human beings.

It was all a lie. Here is how it happened.

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Last Wednesday, even as NOAA was claiming that May was the hottest month on record, the Pacific Northwest was hit with winter storms and we even had snow fall here in Hawaii. Already the corporate media is filled with articles about why we should ignore the snow and trust the fancy charts and graphs provided for us by the US Government (the same US Government that told you Saddam had nuclear weapons). So, time for a repost of this article!

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Jun 17 08:39

Forecast for: 3 Miles NE Govt Camp OR

Today: A chance of snow showers before 11am, then rain and snow showers.

Jun 17 07:26

BEX ALERT - The hottest May in modern history: Earth breaks heat record for 13th month in a row

Record May heat, from Alaska to India and especially in the oceans, put the global average temperature at 60.17 degrees Fahrenheit (15.65 degrees Celsius), according to NOAA.

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A reminder that it actually snowed here in Hawaii last Wednesday.

Jun 15 15:23

Flashback: Hillary Clinton Traveled 956,733 Miles During Her Time as Secretary of State

In the process, she broke records. In July of 2012, during a trip to Finland, Clinton met Madeleine Albright's most-countries-traveled-to mark -- the record, at the time -- of 98 countries. She then surpassed it with a trip to Latvia. The new secretary then went on to visit 12 more countries, for a closing total of 112.

If you're keeping track at home, that equates to an average of 28 countries per each year of Clinton's tenure. Imagine all the frequent-flier miles!

Jun 15 12:43

It Just Snowed On Hawaii’s Big Island

Residents of Hawaii’s Big Island woke on Tuesday to find the summit of Mauna Kea volcano dusted with a fresh layer of summer snow.

Considered both the world’s tallest volcano and its tallest mountain (when measured from the ocean floor), Mauna Kea occasionally sees snow. But a storm in mid-June is relatively bizarre.

Jun 15 12:32

It's snowing... for real

It might be June on the calendar, but it’s snowing outside.

If you’re up at Big White, the North Shore Mountains or on Allison Pass, that is.

Tuesday afternoon, the Gem Lake webcam at Big White Ski Resort (at 2,219 metres elevation) looked closer to opening day than the start of summer.

Environment Canada is calling for showers that will turn to light snow over Coastal Mountain passes, due to a cold, unstable airmass.

Jun 15 12:32

Hiking in a winter wonderland? It's snowing in the Cascades

Snow is falling above about 4,000 feet with web cameras up in the mountains showing surreal winter-like scenes.

Paradise Ranger Station (5,500 feet) checked in at 30 degrees and around 4" of new snow as of 10 a.m. Tuesday. Crystal Mountain ski area at 6,830 feet reported a low of 26 Tuesday morning. It's led to a super rare summer-time Winter Weather Advisory:

Jun 15 11:12

No Global Warming in Washington State

It's January weather conditions in June in Washington state mountains.

Jun 15 09:31

It's snowing on the North Shore — in June!

It's snowing on the North Shore — in June!

Photos and videos posted to social media on Tuesday show snow falling — and sticking to the ground — at Grouse, Seymour and Cypress Mountains.

Jun 15 08:28

Vermont produces 1.9M gallons of maple syrup in record year

Officials say Vermont has produced a record amount of maple syrup this past year, thanks to an extended season with low temperatures and more people getting into the business or expanding their operations.

Jun 14 10:40

Australian rodent named the 1st mammal to go extinct due to human-caused climate change

An Australian rodent found only on a tiny island on the Great Barrier Reef has been declared extinct. Scientists say it's the first mammal known to be wiped out by human-caused climate change.

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"Poor Brian. Al Gore stepped on him on his way to another speech!"

Jun 14 08:36

It may be June, but it’s still snowing on Mount Washington

“It is June not January…right?” Mount Washington Observatory officials asked from on their Twitter account.

The comment may seem out of place with summer weather in the forecast for Massachusetts this week, but on Mount Washington, the seasons are easily confused.

Jun 13 09:20

Special Weather Statement Issued by NWS Seattle (Northwest Washington)


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Only June and winter seems to be on the way!

Jun 13 08:46

Snowing on Big White

The valley bottom has seen two straight days of cooler-than-normal temperatures with rain and even some thunderstorms – and now that rain has even turned to slushy snow on Big White.

Gail Gulyas sent Castanet the photo above that shows the surprising June snowstorm Saturday morning on Big White.

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"But trust us; our government weather stations are reporting sky high temperatures. And, oh yes, Manhattan will be under water if you don't pay a carbon tax!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 13 08:35


So Obama decided to warn everyone that Manhattan is about to turn into Atlantis.

"The majority of people believe in things like science -- and scientists. And so when scientists tell us that the planet is getting warmer and we need to do something about it, the majority of people think that's a good idea, let's do something about that, because we don't want Manhattan to be underwater."

Manhattan going underwater isn't science. It's science fiction.

It's the sort of thing you get from watching movies like The Day After Tomorrow where evil Republican politicians neglect the Flying Global Warming Monster and suddenly waves cover Manhattan and everything freezes.

That's not science. It's hardly even science fiction.

Jun 12 08:45

How a liberal bias is killing science

Oh boy. Remember when a study came out that said that conservative political beliefs are associated with psychotic traits, such as authoritarianism and tough-mindedness? While liberalism is associated with "social desirability?"

The American Journal of Political Science recently had to print a somewhat embarrassing correction, as the invaluable website Retraction Watch pointed out: It turns out somebody made an Excel error. And the study's results aren't a little off. They aren't a lot off. They are exactly backwards.

Jun 10 18:13

June Snow Blankets Alaska's North Slope, Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

The Mount Washington Observatory, where winds howl and snow falls most months of the year, sits at an elevation of 6,288 feet.

It has been quite wintry over the past couple of days, thanks to the aforementioned sharp southward dip in the jet stream.

Wednesday and Thursday, a total of 1.8 inches of snow was measured at the observatory, accompanied by average wind speeds from 55-66 mph, according to observatory records.

Jun 08 07:24

Worst snowfall in 30 years blocks more than 10,000 Guatemalans

More than 4½ meters (14 ft) in the mountains accumulated during the worst snowfall in 30 years in Guatemala on June 4, 2016.

Jun 07 09:24

Blank Star for the first time in two years leaves our Sun's X-ray output flatlining

Four days ago, sunspots disappeared from our star altogether and haven't yet come back (but they will). are reporting: As a result, the sun's X-ray output is flatlining.

There hasn't been even a tiny solar flare since last week.

Quiet conditions are likely to continue as long as the face of the sun remains blank.

Jun 06 10:21

Global warming? Snow falls in Siberia to mark official start of summer

The Siberian stereotype says its always cold here, but this is a fallacy. Usually. Elsewhere, for example in Chita, the temperature is 24C, and in many regions there are growing risks for forest fires.

But as these pictures show, in some areas of western Siberia, the thermometers have plunged to around zero. Residents of Surgut, Noyabrsk, Novy Urengoy and other cities woke on 1 June, the first day of summer, to find it looked more like Chirstmas.

In some areas there were even snow drifts. In Noyabrsk, the local administration restarted heating supplies to homes.

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Here in Hawaii local folks are saying this is the coldest June they can remember!

Jun 05 07:12


Webmaster addition: Remember all that snow and ice the Carbonazis claimed was a thing of the past? Well, it isn't, there's a LOT of it, and it's melting now that summer finally got here!

Jun 04 08:13

The Real Weather Report: Paris Deluged

Paris and Bavaria are both experiencing extreme weather conditions...

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You know all that snow that the carbonazis insisted was a thing of the past?

It's melting!

Jun 02 16:57

What Would Happen If Humans Vanished From the Planet? Video Shows “Lights Out. Nature Takes Over.”

After the crisis, there could be nothing left of human populations.

There is no doubt that a disaster big enough to wipe out humanity exists – the threat of an EMP, a plague-level outbreak event, etc.

How long would it take for nature to reclaim the vestiges and ruins of civilization that would be left on the planet after a mass extinction event in which humans no longer existed on earth?

Read more at SHTFplan

Jun 02 11:01

It’s June 1…and it's snowing in several Russian regions

Russian social networks are full of pictures of snowy weather today.

Jun 02 08:54

A little snow won’t stop Strathmore girl from feeding the homeless

It was snowing that Sunday morning, and although her mom explained that it was snowing outside, the determined six-year-old said, “I know, but they are still hungry, so we’ll just have to dress warm.”

Jun 02 08:23

Scientists Say Fraud Causing Crisis of Science

Jun 01 14:31

Global Warming BEX - Global Warming To Make Stonehenge Tip Over

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Oh, come ON!

May 31 10:06

How climate change is making crops POISONOUS: Extreme weather may be increasing the level of toxins in food

A new report says that crops such as wheat and maize are generating more potential toxins as a reaction to protect themselves from extreme weather.

May 31 07:27

Latest Climategate BEX - “Old water”: The latest explanation for the Antarctic Ice Anomaly

A new research paper claims that the Antarctic Ocean is staying cold, because it receives large infusions of “old water”, water which has been sitting in the freezing cold ocean depths since before the start of the machine age.

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The Carbonazis have been screaming for decades that human-caused global warming was melting the polar ice, especially in Antarctica. They even sent a ship down there to document the melting ice ... which got trapped in the ice and had to be rescued.

But rather than admit their pet theory is flawed, the Carbonazis have come up with a new excuse why their predictions keep failing and why we should all pay carbon taxes despite the fact that their theory fails to accurately predict the real world.

May 29 07:34

Massive flooding in Texas

May 27 13:20

Hail-o! Spring storm brings rain, hail, snow to southern Colorado

There was so much in areas like Powers Boulevard and South Carefree Circle that snow plows were dispatched to move it all.

“Roads are terrible. I was over in Village 7 and the hail was quarter-size and bigger; thought it was going to take out my windshield, so I had to stop and hide for cover," said Sue Carlsen.

In Falcon, it was a very similar scene. Photos shared to the 11 News Facebook page showed hail compacted to where it looked more like snow.

May 27 13:20

Blowing Snow Keeps Trail Ridge Road Closed

GRAND LAKE, Colo. (CBS4)– Blowing snow and icy conditions kept Trail Ridge Road from opening on Friday as crews had originally planned.

Rocky Mountain National Park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson told CBS4 that the conditions will continue to be evaluated day by day over the weekend.

May 27 12:59

Snow on Pikes Peak

Thursday's storm brought rain and hail that looked like snow in many places, but it was actual snow that piled up on the top of Pikes Peak.

May 27 08:48

Bravo! Climate Skeptics Rejoice! Trump echoes Climate Depot’s call to dismantle & Defund UN/EPA climate agenda!

Trump railed against the “totalitarian tactics” of the Environmental Protection Agency. He pledged to dismantle the EPA entirely in an April town hall, although he referred to it at the time as the “Department of Environmental” and “DEP.” He assailed Hillary Clinton for saying in March that fracking projects would be unlikely to pass muster under her environmental regime.

“Hillary’s agenda is job destruction. My agenda is job creation,” Trump said.

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May 26 16:10

Trump Spells Doom For Climate Change Scam

May 26 09:39

Senators ask DOJ to end ‘abuse of power’, ‘prosecutorial misconduct’ in persecuting climate skeptics

U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), David Perdue (R-Ga.), and David Vitter (R-La.) today sent a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, demanding that the Department of Justice (DOJ) end its use of law enforcement resources against political opponents of President Obama’s energy agenda.

“These actions provide disturbing confirmation that government officials at all levels are threatening to wield the sword of law enforcement to silence debate on climate change,” the letter reads. “As you well know, initiating criminal prosecution for a private entity’s opinions on climate change is a blatant violation of the First Amendment and an abuse of power that rises to the level of prosecutorial misconduct.”

The letter goes on to demand that Attorney General Lynch confirm that all investigations into any private individual’s views on climate change end within 14 days and promise not to initiate any future such investigations.

May 25 09:37

Claim: Global Warming will Increase Arctic Snowfall

A study published by scientists at the University of Buffalo claims that global warming will increase snowfall in the arctic, slowing the rate of sea level rise.

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May 25 09:09

Lamoille Canyon Road still blocked by snow

Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching but the road to the top of Lamoille Canyon is still blocked by snow....

May 25 05:53

40 volcanoes are erupting right now as the crust of the Earth becomes increasingly unstable

Over the past few days we have seen major volcanic eruptions in Costa Rica and Indonesia, and according to Volcano Discovery 40 volcanoes around the planet are erupting right now as you read this article. Meanwhile, earthquakes continue to

May 24 17:46

Arctic headed for temperature highs not seen in 52M years: new research

If the world doesn’t find a way to reduce its climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions, the Arctic will face a warmer and wetter future, with temperature rises of between 14.7 C and 19.5 C by 2300.

May 24 14:31

Hillary Clinton’s Energy Initiative Pressed Countries to Embrace Fracking, New Emails Reveal

Far from challenging fossil fuel companies, the emails obtained by The Intercept show that State Department officials worked closely with private sector oil and gas companies, pressed other agencies within the Obama administration to commit federal government resources including technical assistance for locating shale reserves, and distributed agreements with partner nations pledging to help secure investments for new fracking projects.

May 24 10:20

It’s still snowing?!?!

Late spring thunderstorms dumped snow on a California freeway Friday, causing traffic-clogging spinouts

May 24 10:19

It's snowing in Calgary

The wet, heavy stuff began to fall early Sunday morning in southern Alberta, prompting snowplows to hit the highways.

And Mother Nature is not done with the Alberta city just yet.

May 24 10:19

Southern ski fields get major snow dump

Queenstown's ski fields have been blanketed with snow in the first major snowfall of the year.

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Winter has come early and hard down under!

May 24 09:46

BEX ALERT - Love in the time of climate change: Grizzlies and polar bears are now mating

Textbooks say these two species aren’t supposed to inhabit the same environments. Polar bears are marine mammals; grizzlies are terrestrial. But as the Arctic warms, sea ice is shrinking and the tundra is expanding. And the bears’ disparate populations are meeting, mating and creating a new breed that’s capable of reproducing.

May 24 09:08

BEX ALERT - Oh Noes!!! “Crocodiles and Palm Trees in the Arctic? New Report Suggests Yes.”

“It’s the most dire prediction yet”!!!

May 23 09:26

Volcanic Activity Correlated with Prolonged Solar Minimum

. . . . 80.6% of the largest eruptions took place during extended solar activity minimums.

Webmaster addition: This makes sense. If the Earth's crust cools, it shrinks, making it easier for vents to open up.

May 22 18:36

Otago snow rescue: Helicopter rescue attempts unsuccessful

One of the 36 day-trippers trapped in remote Central Otago says the group's diesel supplies are running low, as blizzard-like conditions continue to hamper rescue efforts.

The Defence Force could be called into rescue the group stranded in their vehicles in heavy snow in Central Otago.

So far several attempts by the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust crew have proven fruitless. The latest attempt was made around 10am, but crew had to turn back due to the severe weather.

Police said other options were now being considered, including bringing in the New Zealand Defence Force NH90 helicopter.

May 22 15:44

FINALLY! Scientific American writer exposes the tribal cultist arrogance and dogmatic lunacy of science 'skeptics'

Today I'm tipping my hat to John Horgan, a blogger who writes for Scientific American, for his extraordinary article entitled Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More.

In his article, Horgan rightly points out that today's so-called "science skeptics" are little more than dogmatic tribal cultists (my words, not Horgan's) who celebrate "skeptical" thinking concerning their selected philosophical targets while vehemently denying anyone's right to question their own beliefs on things like breast cancer screening, vaccine safety, global warming and genetically engineered foods.

May 22 11:09

All This for .01 Degrees Celsius?

This in addition to the fact that, in 2011, she admitted she did not know how much CO2 was in the atmosphere. And its lines of evidence for this are provably false!

Given the facts, I can’t help but wonder: Did policymakers ever take Economics 101, or a course in how to read a chart?

When I see simple questions that can raise doubts, if not outright debunk all this, it’s like watching the opening from the old Twilight Zone series: “You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone!”

May 22 11:02

People who claim to worry about climate change use more electricity

People who say they are concerned about climate change use more electricity than those who say the issue is 'too far away to worry about', government-commissioned study finds

May 21 10:27

Snow closes portion of eastbound I-80 in Sierra

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The National Weather Service reported that as of about 9 p.m., 13 inches of snow had fallen at Kingvale.

May 21 09:41

Over 20 cm of snow kicks off the long weekend in Alberta

Call it bad timing? As the May long weekend kicks off across the country, parts of the precipitation starved province of Alberta are seeing a hefty shot of snow.

May 21 09:38

BEX ALERT - Target CEO Blames Climate Change, Not Bathroom Policy, for Hurting Sales

As retailer Target sees its stock plummeting and sales dropping in the midst of a boycott over its recently announced pro-transgender bathroom policy, the company’s CEO is insisting the weather is the cause of falling sales, not the company’s bathroom policy.

May 20 13:23

Portland School Board Bans Literature Denying Climate Change

By Joseph Jankowski

There will be no more discussion as to whether or not humans are contributing to climate change in the Portland, Oregon public school system, as the school board plans to ban all material that denies the existence of man-made climate change.

Although the topic is still being heavily debated within the scientific community, young and impressionable students will now only receive the politically correct side of the issue...

May 20 11:32


Meet the 15 year-old kid who is suing Obama over global warming...


May 19 13:16

In rural Maine, a life of solitude and larceny - Police say hermit stole to survive 27 years in woods

ROME, Maine — Christopher Knight told police he had lived undetected in the woods for 27 years, spoken to only one person in that time, and not made a single purchase since the mid-1980s. But Knight knew how to steal, authorities said, and how to stay hidden even though his tent lay within 600 yards of the nearest cabin. Such is the singular world of the man dubbed the North Pond Hermit by the long-spooked residents here, where Knight is believed to have committed more than 1,000 burglaries for food, fuel, tools, and clothing since he left a computer-technician job and retreated to the forest. Now, the 47-year-old is residing in the Kennebec County Correctional Facility in Augusta, facing burglary and theft charges, as banjo players rhapsodize about him and bewildered Mainers shake their heads at the thought of 27 winters in the open.

May 19 09:33

BEX ALERT - 99 Percent Chance 2016 Will Be the Hottest Year on Record

Odds are increasing that 2016 will be the hottest year on the books, as April continued a remarkable streak of record-warm months.

Last month was rated as the warmest April on record by both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which released their data this week. In the temperature annals kept by NOAA, it marked the 12th record warmest month in a row.

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And if you can't trust the government that told you Saddam had nuclear weapons, who CAN you trust! :)

So, quick recap...

On one side you have all these various institutions which are being funded and directed to "prove" humans are warming the Earth, so that a desperately broke and hopelessly in debt government can impose a carbon tax on an already over-taxed people.

On the other side, you have all these record setting winters we have experienced the last several years, including the current one, in which snow is still falling here and there a month before the official start of summer! In the Southern hemisphere, their winter has arrived early this year.

So, do you trust the word of the same government that insists 92 million out of work Americans translates to a 5% jobless rate, or do you trust your own senses?

The actual empirical evidence is that the sun has entered a period of reduced activity; a repeat of the Maunder Minimum, and is bringing with it a repeat of the Little Ice Age. And we see all those who bet their reputations on Al Gore's Human-Caused Global Warming hysteria struggling not to have to admit they were made total fools of!

May 19 09:27

Late-season mountain snow and cold

Do you have plans of going to the mountains in the West for a little rest and relaxation? Want to enjoy the beautiful scenery and walk in the out of doors? If those are your plans through the upcoming weekend from Washington state to California and into the Rockies, you had better think twice or be ready for March-like, not May, weather.

Another cold storm is dropping south out of the Gulf of Alaska and will enter the Northwest Thursday and push south into California Friday, and then spread out eastward Friday into the weekend. This will bring wind, temperatures well below normal and late-season mountain snow. Not only will there be mountain snow, but it will fall at unusually low levels for this late in the season.

May 19 09:25

Henderson fisherman reels in biggest brown trout, new boat

“We were fishing, and it’s snowing and blowing,” Allan Cole said.

May 19 07:29

Renewable Energy Is A Clean Green Criminal Machine

SunEdison yieldco TerraForm Global (GLBL) has 90 days to file its delayed 10-K or be required to immediately repay $810 million in defaulted loans, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

Goldman Sachs and other lenders backing the 9.75% senior notes, due in 2022, agreed to reduce TerraForm Global’s commitment to $350 million. TerraForm Global has until June 30 to comply with Nasdaq listing requirements by turning over the late 10-K, the annual financial report that the SEC requires of all publicly traded companies. A number of energy companies have formed publicly traded yieldcos designed to hold assets and provide steady cash flows and certain tax benefits.

May 18 12:17

Oklahoma City ties record temperature on Tuesday

Oklahoma City had a high temperature of 61 degrees on Tuesday, tying the record for the lowest maximum temperature on that date.

May 18 12:16

Al Gore, big government eco-charlatan who is poised to become world’s first ‘carbon billionaire’

Ten years after the release of Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth, none of the film’s dire climate change predictions have come to pass. However, in the decade since the documentary was produced, its creator has raked in millions of dollars from the entire “global warming” scam, and is now poised to become “our first carbon billionaire.”

In the 2006 film, Gore made a number of wild claims regarding what we could expect to see happening over the next few years due to global warming, but virtually all of his alarmist prognostications have turned out to be false.

May 18 11:10

Snow coming to Oregon mountain passes (no, really)

The National Weather Service issued a notice that snow levels may drop as low as 4,000 feet. Three inches could fall on Santiam and Willamette passes and in the Government Camp area.

May 18 11:07

Snowing in May!

May 18 10:10

Why People Don’t Believe in Science

In November the magazine published an issue devoted to climate change. Susan Goldberg, editor since 2015, says that afterward she received a congratulatory note from [Rupert] Murdoch, saying he’d “gathered his family around” to read through the important issue. She says he’s made only one editorial suggestion to her. “James is an environmentalist,” Goldberg says. “He said, ‘I wish we could do more stories about why people don’t believe science.’?” –Bloomberg

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You are not supposed to "believe" in science. That is what separates science from religion and politics!

May 18 09:56

Cold snap damages wine grape crops in Minnesota, Wisconsin

Vintners in southern Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota are reeling from a weekend cold snap that ruined huge swaths of their grapes.

May 18 09:55

Dissent Must Be Silenced

There is a conspiracy afoot to shield Americans from the truth about climate change, however you may be surprised to learn who exactly is deceiving the public and committing the fraud. These perpetrators are utilizing propaganda, Hollywood and political elites, and the cover of institutional authority and resources to bulldoze radical changes on society. It is clear to them that all dissent must be stamped out.

Last year a group of 20 “academics,” led by George Mason University’s Jagadish Shukla, wrote the President, the U.S. Attorney General, and the director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy to “strongly endorse” Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s call to use the RICO statutes (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) to go after any dissenting voices opposing popular climate orthodoxy.

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May 17 13:52

Ontario to spend $7-billion on sweeping climate change plan

The Ontario government will spend more than $7-billion over four years on a sweeping climate change plan that will affect every aspect of life – from what people drive to how they heat their homes and workplaces

May 17 11:33

Believe it or not, it snowed in New England Monday

Weeks after most New Englanders put the shovels, boots, and salt away, snow made a reappearance on Monday.

May 17 09:29

WOW: MILLIONS Of Crabs Wash Up On Newport Beach, Calif. Coastline

This is the most bizarre and horrible thing I've ever seen in Newport, and I've been going there since I was a kid. Corporate news reports acknowledge that such crabs are virtually unheard of for Newport in the first place, not having been seen there for decades. Some reports blame the bizarre 'biblical proportion' event on the warm water of El Nino, but the Orange County Register admits that experts aren't really sure of the cause. There is a sea of dead red crabs blanketing the beach for MILES, as far as the eye can see! I think it probably has to do with the Fukushima disaster, as certain data indicates.

May 16 19:56

Enormous Arctic whale spotted in British waters for only the second time in history

The 25 ft giant, weighing up to 90 tons, was spotted close to a popular Cornish tourist beach, leading to fears that it might get stranded.

Its appearance in shallows near Long Rock Beach near Penzance comes a year after the first ever of these cetaceans arrived in British waters, 2,000 miles from the usual range.

By rights, bowhead whales, so-named because of the shape of their jaws, should be swimming close to the pack ice but this individual’s arrival suggests unusual conditions in the Arctic.

May 16 14:23

Welcome to May-uary: Snow falls across northwest

It's the middle of May and many parts of northwestern New Brunswickare dealing with a layer of snow that is falling.

May 16 11:22

New England gets record spring snow storm

The leaves are coming out on trees, daffodils are starting to bloom and snow is falling in parts of Northern New England, a month before the official start of summer.

May 16 11:21

Record breaking snow in northern Maine

It is snowing this morning in northern Maine and so far Caribou has picked up over 2 inches making this the biggest snow for ever so late in the season.

May 16 11:09

"Where the fuck is global warming when you need it?!" ~ Lewis Black

May 16 09:57

Some Michigan cities waking to snow; One city not since 1973

There are spurts of snow in the air this morning across the sate. One Michigan city hasn't recorded snow on May 15 since 1973.

May 16 09:56

Mid-May snow irks Ontarians

Snow fell in parts of Ontario Sunday and many residents are in disbelief with what we hope is the last hurrah of wintry weather.

May 16 09:56

Snow flurries, cold weather descend on parts of WNY

On May 15 - a day that might be typically associated with warm, spring weather - it was snowing in western New York.

Flurries could be seen in parts of Genesee County Sunday morning.

May 16 09:56

A snowy, frosty start to 50th Annual Flower Day in Detroit

The calendar says it's the middle of May but the snow and frost in Southeast Michigan Sunday morning made it seem more like mid-March.

May 16 09:50

Temperatures fell to near record lows on Sunday morning in the Northland

Temperatures again dropped into the 20s across much of the Northland on Sunday morning, the second straight morning of lows well below normal.

May 16 08:46

The Very Good Effect of More CO2

Ever since the late Margaret Mead organized a conference in 1975 to deliberately propagate an unscientific fear campaign, fraudulently claiming that manmade emissions of CO2 gases were endangering the global climate, the UN, countless NGOs and many governments have spent billions of dollars trying to find ways to reduce CO2 “man-made” emissions. In those days it was known as Global Warming until measured temperatures began falling, whereupon when the sponsors of the colossal scientific fraud changed the name to Climate Change. The campaign has largely failed, fortunately for the future of life on the planet. One indication of a return to scientific honesty is a study just published by Washington’s NASA on the effects of CO2 across the planet since the 1980s.

May 15 08:59

Snow falls in Northeast Ohio during Sunday's Cleveland Marathon

The thousands of runners participating in the 39th Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon are dealing with some unseasonably cold weather in Northeast Ohio.

Snow began falling this morning in Greater Cleveland and is expected to continue until noon, according to the National Weather Service.

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May 14 11:36

It’s May, but it’s snowing on golfers up north

May 14 11:34

May in MN: There’s a freeze warning for half the state tonight

If you plan to hit the water early tomorrow morning for Minnesota’s fishing opener, you should probably dress warmly.

The National Weather Service issued freeze warnings tonight for essentially the entire western half of Minnesota.

May 13 15:05

Frosts and freezes galore for Michigan in coming days

A colder-than-normal pattern is going to dominate Michigan's weather through Wednesday of next week. This could lead to several mornings in a row with frost or freezing temperatures.

Frost normally occurs when the official thermometers drop below 35 degrees. You probably are wondering how ice can form at that temperature. The thermometers are at 6 feet above ground. Cold air sinks. If the thermometer reads 35 degrees, the ground temperature could be 32 degrees.

So when you look through the maps above, be concerned about your location having frost at temperatures of 35 degrees or colder.

May 13 14:19

Global Catastrophe Imminent: “Asteroids, Robots and Engineered Viruses Will Kill Millions”

There is yet more confirmation that near-certain doom is headed for planet earth, and could kill or disrupt the lives of everyone on the planet.

In the next five years asteroids, super volcanic eruptions and unknown risks are ranked as the biggest threat to humanity.[…]

It may sound like the stuff of sci-fi films, but experts said these apocalyptic threats are more likely than many realise…


May 13 12:54

Snow falls, and so do temperatures in northern Minnesota

It was snowing in parts of northern Minnesota on Friday morning and temperatures are forecast to plunge well below freezing both Saturday and Sunday morning.

May 13 12:54

UMD farm wind turbine spinning out of control

The blades of a wind generator at the University of Minnesota Duluth’s field research station just north of Duluth were spinning out of control this afternoon, prompting concerns by law enforcement officials.

The wind turbine’s brake apparently broke and strong winds were pushing the blade too fast with no way to stop it, said Lt. Tim LeGarde of the UMD Police Department.

“They aren’t able to stop it so it’s spinning really rapidly,’’ he said.

May 13 11:37

CEI Defeats RICO-20 Ringleader Shukla In FOIA Lawsuit – Emails to be made public

The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) prevailed in a Virginia Freedom of Information Act (VFOIA) lawsuit against George Mason University (GMU). The VFOIA request sought public records showing how the “RICO-20” group of academics, using public funding, organized their call for a federal racketeering investigation of “corporations and other entities” who disagreed with them on climate policy.

The judge ruled for CEI on all counts in an April 22 ruling in Christopher Horner and CEI v. George Mason University that the court released today. The ruling concluded that by leaving it to faculty who simply told the school’s FOIA officer they had no responsive records, GMU failed to conduct an adequate search; the judge also ruled that documents including emails from GMU Professor Ed Maibach must be released to CEI.

May 12 18:38

Snow falls in parts of Calgary as weather takes turn for the cold

After reaching record-high temperatures in January, February, April and earlier in May, it was snowing in Calgary on Thursday.

Temperatures hovered near the freezing point in some parts of the city and Environment Canada forecast periods of rain "at times mixed with wet snow" for the morning, with temperatures rising to 6 C later in the day.

Snowfall warnings also remained in effect Thursday for Banff, Kananaskis, Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass.

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Note the gratuitous "record high temperatures" to keep pushing that global warming idea!

May 12 10:47

Ten years later, Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth' propaganda film turns out to be total bunk... How is his profit from carbon taxes not criminal FRAUD?

Although Gore's claims have been thoroughly debunked by a number of experts, he has been quietly amassing a huge fortune based on the climate change scam.

Mad World News reports:

"Gore's wealth went from $700,000 in 2000 to an estimated net worth of $172.5 million by 2015 thanks to his environmentalist activism. Gore and the former chief of Goldman Sachs Asset Management made nearly $218 million in profits between 2008 and 2011 from a carbon trading company they co-founded. By 2008, Gore was able to put a whopping $35 million into hedge funds and other investments."

May 12 10:12

What is Agenda 21?

May 12 08:49

Bill Nye is an Actor

The Lies of Nye

May 12 08:28

Snow blankets parts of Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales

The first snowfall of the season blanketed parts of Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales overnight with a series of cold fronts expected to cross Tasmania and more falls predicted in NSW.

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While winter lingers on in the northern hemisphere, it comes early to the southern!

May 12 06:55

Bill Nye Is A Huckster

Bill Nye fashions himself a voice of rational thought and scientific inquiry. His shtick has gotten him into classrooms and on an endless loop of evangelizing TV appearances. Yet nearly every time he speaks these days, Nye diminishes genuine science by resorting to scaremonger-y nuggets of easily dismissible ideologically-motivated nonsense.

May 12 06:49

Nine years of censorship

The crackdown on government scientists in Canada began in 2006, after Stephen Harper of the Conservative Party was elected prime minister. During the nine-year Harper administration, the government placed a priority on boosting the economy, in part by stimulating development and increasing the extraction of resources, such as petroleum from the oil sands in Alberta. To speed projects along, the administration eased environmental regulations. And when journalists sought out government scientists to ask about the impacts of such changes, or anything to do with environmental or climate science, they ran into roadblocks.

May 11 08:49

BEX ALERT - It's not just Alberta: Fires fuelled by warming climate are increasing

Alberta's unusually early and large fire is just the latest of many gargantuan fires on an Earth that's grown hotter with more extreme weather.

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We are just coming out of yet another record winter (it was snowing in Palm Springs 2 days ago) and the media is back with the Global Warming crap!

Well, I guess it is better than admitting that cutting the budget for fire prevention for years on end may have had something to do with how the fire went out of control by jumping over poorly-maintained firebreak roads!

May 10 15:22

Yes, snow is back in the Michigan forecast - in May

Cold air coming Saturday should help spark a few snow showers in parts of Michigan.

The cold air moving over now warming Great Lakes will produce spurts of lake effect precipitation Saturday. While the temperatures here at the ground will be well above freezing, the cold air aloft will let snowflakes live until they hit the ground.

May 10 13:26


Very interesting clip from the 1978 TV documentary narrated by Leonard Nimoy:

"The next ice age is due now anytime..."