Oct 26 19:03

Vermont man bought solar panel for $275, 30 years later, panel has produced $727 of electricity (adjusted for inflation) and it actually produces MORE electricity that when it came from the factory.

A monocrystalline, or polycrystalline solar panel is a rock, that you put on your roof, and it produces electricity, virtually FOREVER. The "crystals" are cut. But as the sun turns bits of it to electricity, the cut surface develops molecular mountains and valleys, thereby actually increasing surface area. The very first 'solar cell' was made 60 years ago, and still produces to this day.

Oct 26 13:23

It's snowing in Michigan right now, and more flakes are on the way

Cold enough air aloft will change rain to some occasional snow tonight in northern and central Lower Michigan. Most data is showing the snow will come down hard enough to lightly accumulate on grass for a brief period.

Oct 26 11:44

List: 36 Of Obama’s Taxpayer-Funded Green Energy Failures

So far, 36 companies that were offered federal support from taxpayers are faltering — either having gone bankrupt or laying off workers or heading for bankruptcy. This list includes only those companies that received federal money from the Obama Administration’s Department of Energy and other agencies. The amount of money indicated does not reflect how much was actually received or spent but how much was offered. The amount also does not include other state, local, and federal tax credits and subsidies, which push the amount of money these companies have received from taxpayers even higher.

Oct 26 11:44

Obama clean energy loans leave taxpayers in $2.2 billion hole

Taxpayers are on the hook for more than $2.2 billion in expected costs from the federal government’s energy loan guarantee programs, according to a new audit Monday that suggests the controversial projects may not pay for themselves, as officials had promised.

Oct 25 18:36

It Was Snowing In Dublin 8 Today And People Didn't Know What To Make Of It

While the temperatures have definitely got a bit more chilly over the past few days, it's safe to say that nobody was expecting to see snowfall in the city centre.

Oct 25 18:36

It snowed in NH on Tuesday

It's snowing in New Hampshire! Like, right now!

Oct 25 15:10


"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

"The real deniers are people who think our climate was and should remain static and unchanging." -- Paul Driessen and Chris Skates

"Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket." -- Eric Hoffer, The Temper of Our Time

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Oct 25 08:36

“Snowliage” Arrives in Vermont

Winter and autumn combined, with snow falling on the fall foliage at Vermont’s higher elevations

Oct 22 15:23

Early winter in Russia

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"Putin is hacking the Russian weather to make me look bad!" -- Shrillery

Oct 22 08:15

Elite’s War on Free Speech, Free Press, Free Internet and the Truth

By Joachim Hagopian
October 22, 2016
“A populace deprived of the ability to separate lies from truth, is no longer capable of sustaining a free society.”

Journalist Chris Hedges

As the ruling elite pushes its rigged election, forcibly cramming crime boss Hillary down our gullets against the people’s choice or will, so goes suppression of information rapidly shutting off the truth spigot, leaving Americans high and dry, starved of honesty by their oligarchic owned and controlled crime cabal government. Signs that the globalists are panicking are visible every day as they aggressively provoke World War III timed with the collapse of their morally and financially bankrupted global economy. And with two-thirds of Americans living from paycheck to paycheck, the future does not look bright.

Oct 21 07:38

Earth faces another ICE AGE within 15 YEARS as Russian scientists discover Sun 'cooling'

THE Earth is heading towards another ice age as solar magnetic activity is set to drop by up to 60 per cent in the next 15 years.

Experts say that solar activity as low as it currently is has not been seen since the mini-ice age that took place between 1645 and 1715 – a period known as the Maunder Munimum where the entire Thames froze over.

A new model has allowed experts to predict solar activity with more accuracy than ever before and it suggests that magnetic activity will fall by 60 per cent between 2030 and 2040.

Oct 20 12:20

"Climate Donors" for Hillary

Oct 19 09:01

ISIS may not be caused by global warming - early days caveat - source PHYSORG

Link between climate change and armed conflict is exaggerated – new study
Can climate change explain the conflict in Syria? Prince Charles once famously listed drought as a root cause of the war. Similar arguments have been made by other campaigners like UN climate envoy Mary Robinson, celebrities such as singer Charlotte Church, and even politicians like Bernie Sanders (who claimed "climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism").

Oct 17 09:37

Snow Storm in Edmonton Caused Changes at WWE Live Event, Some Superstars Forced to Miss the Card

PWInsider reports that yesterday’s WWE house show in Edmonton, Alberta had issues due to a major snowstorm that hit the city before WWE’s arrival this weekend. A lot of the WWE crew had issues getting to the city, and a number of talents and staffers were unable to make it to the show.

Oct 15 07:43

UK weather: Temperatures set to drop further across the country this week after first snow fall in sub-zero Scotland

Britons should brace for another dip in temperatures in coming days after thermometers fell below zero and snow fell in the north at the weekend.

The Met Office expects temperatures will get colder as the week progresses, with day time readings dropping the most.

Oct 15 07:43

Snow returns to Poland's Tatras Mountains

Poland's prospects for winter sports start well as southern mountains see 45cm of snowfall.

Oct 15 07:42

Poland – Heavy snow on Tatras Mountains

On the slopes of Kasprowy Wierch in the Tatra mountains of southern Poland, the weather station reported the last of the 2015/16 winter’s snow gone on May 22.

Oct 15 07:42

Significant cooling accompanied by a major storm on Chopok in the first pentad October 2016

On Tuesday (04/10) began over our territory a stream of cold, arctic air originating. However, cooling is started earlier. On Monday (03/10) passed through our territory further east a cold front ( analysis Synop 10/03/2016) and behind us started coming from the northwest cold air. Gradual cooling see eg. the course of the air temperature at Chopok in FIG. 1. On Monday, there was a maximum of 5.5 ° C, on Tuesday, has only 1.2 ° C and in the middle (5.10) after penetration of Arctic air according to operational data only -6.1 ° C. Significant cooling in a similar time, we also observed the Lomnicky Peak, where it cooled down to -12.6 ° C ( the course of air temperature ).

Oct 13 12:17

Cold winter on the way

Denmark could be facing its coldest winter for six years, according to the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).

Oct 13 06:13

3 Storms lined up to hit the Pacific Northwest starting at 3am on Thursday

Get ready for some rough weather.

Oct 10 10:35

Snow and Winter Storm Warning in Montanna

The national weather service in missoula has issued a winter storm warning...which is in effect from late sunday night through Monday evening.

Oct 07 17:47

Experts said Arctic sea ice would melt entirely by September 2016 - they were wrong

Dire predictions that the Arctic would be free of sea ice by September of this year have proven to be unfounded after latest satellite images showed there is far more ice now than in 2012.

Oct 07 09:13

Snow and blizzard cause traffic restrictions on Romania’s mountain road Transalpina

Winter already arrived on the high-altitude road Transalpina and brought with it traffic restrictions for vehicles that are not suitably equipped for winter.

The traffic was closed on Wednesday for these vehicles, on the section between Ranca and Obarsia Lotrului, due to snowfall and blizzard. The layer of snow reached five centimeters in this area, reports local Mediafax.

Oct 07 09:12

100-year-old snowfall record surpassed in Saskatoon during winter blast

A blast of snow hits Saskatoon with a record exceeded and a snowfall warning still in effect as weather and road conditions worsen. Peter Quinlan with the latest details in your SkyTracker weather outlook.

Oct 07 09:12

It's snowing at Timberline Lodge

It's the beginning of October. Sweater and hat weather is officially here. Pumpkin flavored things are getting pushed on you at the grocery store and you're wearing boots to work. And now, the ultimate: it's snowing at Timberline Lodge.

Don't believe us? Well, KGW is livestreaming it on Facebook.

Oct 07 08:49

EPIC IDIOCY: NBC News journo Ron Allen announces that Obama's climate change deal will stop hurricanes forever... even the hurricanes on Saturn?

Delusional democrats are doing everything in their power right now to link Hurricane Matthew to global warming, and the best example of the nonsense we're witnessing on all this is found in a broadcast segment featuring NBC's Ron Allen, a democrat operative who pretends to be a journalist.

While covering Obama's comments on the Paris climate change agreement, Allen stated that Obama's efforts were designed to stop hurricanes, as if somehow paying carbon taxes to Al Gore will halt the spinning of the Earth and the sun's warming of the oceans -- those are the two primary forces resulting in hurricanes, which exist on EVERY planet in the cosmos that has an atmosphere, a sun and some rotational momentum.

Oct 07 08:47

You ain’t seen nothing yet: Western states face decades-long megadroughts

"Megadroughts" that last for decades are threatening to strike already parched Western U.S. states by the end of the century, a new study finds, with one model predicting that a drought lasting about 35 years may be a "near certainty."

Oct 07 08:18

Not Again: PBS’s Woodruff, Guest Tout ‘Interconnection’ Between Climate Change, Hurricane Matthew

On the heels of my Drudge Report-linked post about NBC’s Ron Allen informing MSNBC on Wednesday that the Paris climate change deal “is designed to stop” weather events like Hurricane Matthew, Thursday’s PBS NewsHour joined ranks of the absurdity as Judy Woodruff and guest Gavin Schmidt from NASA pondered the “interconnection” between climate change, the deal, and the storm.

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Oct 06 14:00

Obama Shifts Blame From Assad To Global Warming As The Cause Of The Syrian Civil War

President Barack Obama said global warming “contributed” to the Syrian civil war, shifting at least some of the blame for the deadly conflict from the repressive Assad regime to people driving gas-guzzling SUVs.

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Oh, come ON!!!

Oct 06 09:01

Winter has arrived in central Montana, in early October

Snow blanketed central Montana Tuesday, in early October.

"For Lewistown, this was the first snowfall of the season," said Keith Jaszka, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Great Falls.

As of late Tuesday morning, 2 inches of snow had been recorded near the airport at Lewistown in Fergus County.

And 7 inches had fallen at Crystal Lake in Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest north of the Lewistown. Crystal Lake is at an elevation of 6,050.

Oct 06 09:01

Snowfall warning issued for Saskatoon and parts of Saskatchewan

A snowfall warning has been issued for Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Outlook, Watrous, Melfort, Cypress Hills, Swift Current and Leader areas for 10 to 15 centimetres of snow expected Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Oct 05 15:21

UN makes power play against Trump

International governments have made a power play against Donald Trump by ratifying an international climate deal earlier than expected, effectively preventing him from “canceling” the deal as he has promised to do.

The European Union’s Tuesday decision to join the Paris climate deal will push the deal over the threshold for ratification; it will formally take effect in 30 days.

That means Trump, should he be elected president in November, could not “cancel” or renegotiate the terms of the agreement.

Oct 05 13:11

Pew Poll on Global Warming Emphasizes American Beliefs Don’t Matter

Pew: Most Americans Don’t Believe in ‘Scientific Consensus’ on Climate Change … Nearly three-quarters of Americans don’t trust that there is a large “scientific consensus” amongst climate scientists on human behavior being the cause of climate change, according to an in-depth survey on “the politics of climate” released Tuesday by Pew Research Center. – CNS

Oct 05 08:07

BEX ALERT - Planet at its hottest in 115,000 years thanks to climate change, experts say

The global temperature has increased to a level not seen for 115,000 years, requiring daunting technological advances that will cost the coming generations hundreds of trillions of dollars, according to the scientist widely credited with bringing climate change to the public’s attention.

Oct 04 12:19

Winter has arrived in central Montana

It’s snowing in central Montana, and the heavy wet snow could cause hazardous travel, according to the National Weather Service in Great Falls.

“It’s just coming down,” said Avery Gold, marketing director at Showdown Montana, the ski area 60 miles southeast of Great Falls in the Little Belt Mountains.

A few skiing enthusiasts, excited about the early season, showed up at Showdown on Tuesday morning, Gold said. They were meteorologists from Helena and Bozeman, she said.

Oct 04 09:29

Earth heading for ICE AGE as sun goes blank

Analysis of the sun has revealed that there has been a sharp decrease in the amount of sunspots this year.

Sunspots release solar flares and vast amounts of magnetic energy.

For the fourth time this year, the sun has gone blank, which has led some experts to believe that a new Ice Age is on the horizon and could hit us by 2019.

According to, the occurrence of a spotless sun is going to become more regular.

Oct 04 06:42

DiCaprio: Politicians must believe in climate change to hold office

Politicians who deny climate change are unfit to serve, actor Leonardo DiCaprio said at a White House event Monday alongside President Barack Obama.

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Another reminder that actors ... are just actors.

Oct 03 18:47

It's snowing on Southern Oregon's Mount Ashland

It's 30 degrees and snowing on Mount Ashland this morning, the ski area's live webcam shows.

The small Southern Oregon ski area normally does not open for the season until mid-December.

Oct 03 09:07

Record snowfall kicks off October in Fort St. John

Environment Canada says we’ve set a new record for snowfall on October 1. On Saturday, Fort St. John received 23 cm of snow with another centimetre on Friday.

The old snowfall record for October 1 was set in 1954 with 6.6 cm of snow.

Oct 03 08:46

PHOTOS: B.C. gets first snowfall of the season

Batten down the hatches, switch in the snow tires; winter is coming.

B.C. saw its first official snowfall of the season on Saturday, with 10 to 20 centimetres falling in the B.C. Peace River District and Fort Nelson region. The majority of the snow fell throughout the day but a few flakes will remain into the evening.

Aside from higher elevations, this was the first snowfall for the province leading into winter 2016/2017.

Oct 02 09:40

Another Statewide Blackout: South Australia’s Wind Power Disaster Continues

Thanks to its ludicrous attempt to run on sunshine and breezes, South Australia has just experienced yet another Statewide blackout. SA’s vapid Premier, Jay Weatherill and what passes for media in this Country ran straight to the periphery, blaming everything except the bleeding obvious (see this piece of infantile doodling from wind cult central – the ABC).

STT’s SA operatives tell us the blackout occurred during a blustery spring storm (heavy rain, lightning and surging, gusty wind). The power supply went down across the entire State at precisely the same time (a little after 3:30pm). It took more than 5 hours to restore power to a few parts of the State, and many regions remained powerless for much longer than that.

Oct 02 09:40

Two local wind farm projects now on hold

At least two proposed multi-turbine wind farms in Grey-Bruce are now on hold due to the province’s decision this week to suspend signing new contracts for large-scale renewable energy projects.

RES Canada had planned to submit a bid under the now-halted Large Renewable Procurement II process for a development with about 63 turbines near Dundalk.

The company, which is in the midst of holding community engagement sessions on the project, has secured agreements for about 12,000 acres of land in Southgate as well as property in Wellington County for the proposed Grand Highlands Wind Project.

“We can’t advance the project right now because obviously the LRP II has been suspended for the time being,” development manager Rebecca Crump said Thursday.

Oct 02 09:26

James Lovelock, Godfather of Green: Climate Change Religion is Bunk

Climate alarmism, he says, is not “remotely scientific”; one volcano could make more difference to global warming than humans ever could; the computer models are “unreliable”; greens have behaved “deplorably”; and anyone who tries to “predict more than five to ten years is a bit of an idiot.”

Though this is not the first time Lovelock has rowed back on his earlier climate catastrophism – in 2012 he was already admitting “I made a mistake” – it’s his most emphatic rejection yet of the green litany.

Oct 01 08:06

Coming to a Town Near You: The Great Green Energy Disaster

Jo Nova quite rightly says that we should remain cautious until the full facts emerge. But does look quite likely that power surges from those wonderful wind turbines championed by green activists and shyster politicians alike from Ontario to the US to Germany to the UK may have crashed the entire grid network of a whole Australian state, populated by 1.7 million people.

Sep 30 09:23

It's fall, think snow

"It's snowing in them 'thar hills," my friend teased. Hiking this time of year, especially above tree line, requires visitors to dress in layers and carry along Yaktrax in the event of finding yourself on a snowy and slippery trail. Like me, my friend is an all-season hiker and knows a thing or two about trekking in Colorado's high country.

Sep 25 08:55

There’s Already Enough Snow To Ski At Silverton Mountain

It just turned Autumn but skiing is already underway in Colorado’s high country.

Silverton Mountain ski patrollers were able to hit the slopes on Saturday after a low pressure system dropped enough snow.

Sep 25 08:55

Good Storm

It was snowing heavily as I left the ski area yesterday afternoon. I arrived to a beautiful snowy scene this morning. In the base area there is probably 3-4" of new snow. I suspect more up on the hill. Our temperatures just got down into the snowmaking realm this morning. We didn't quite pull the trigger on making snow expecting the window of opportunity was just a little too small. A good sign none the less. Moisture on the hill and temperatures starting to be consistently colder ---- I like it.

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Sep 24 11:42

The Air Was So Acidic It Would Pit Windsheilds & Disintegrate Women's Pantyhose

Gary Pittman worked for Occidental Chemical Corporation for 21 years in the phosphate mining industry, working his way up to the position of Mining Supervisor. Using his expertise and years of experience Gary gives the listener a detailed yet easy to understand lesson concerning some of the health dangers faced by people who work in the phosphate mining industry, by the people who live near one of these operations, and the pollution spewed forth into the biosphere we all call home. In this case he discusses how acidic the air around a phosphoric acid plant is (which are onsite at these mining operations), and what it did to windshield glass and female workers pantyhose who were exposed to it.

Sep 24 09:23

Forecaster calls for snow totals above average

Factors similar to record-setting ’83/’84 season

Sep 24 09:22

First Full Day Of Fall Brings Snow To Western Slope

There’s a good dusting on the Grand Mesa in Mesa County east of Grand Junction and it’s been snowing off and on this morning in the Durango-Silverton area as well as Telluride.

Sep 23 09:06

Climate Alarmist Professors: Vote Hillary or the Planet Will Fry!

Hundreds of members of the US National Academy of Sciences have signed an open letter in support of Hillary because global warming.

The signatories – 375 in all – don’t actually mention Donald Trump by name. But it’s pretty clear that that’s whom they’re getting at when they deliver their hectoring screed about certain candidates during the Presidential primary campaign who claimed “that the Earth is not warming, or that warming is due to purely natural causes outside of human control.”

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Let me preface this by saying I come from a science background myself, but all too often science gets hijacked and distorted for political or economic gain, or simply makes goofs which are perpetuated by arrogance!

Why should we not just blindly trust science?

Alchemy, for one.

Phlogiston Chemistry, for another.

Prior to the 14th Century Astronomers thought the Earth was the center of the universe, because, well, that's what the church wanted, and spent hundreds of years of scientific research on the theory of Epicycles, trying to reconcile the Earth centered model with the observed motions of the planets. Epicycles hold the record for longest running scientific goof in history!

17th Century doctors thought rubbing chicken dung into your scalp would cure baldness! They also thought leeches sucked disease out of patients.

18th Century Geologists thought the Earth was 6000 years old, because, well, that's what the church wanted!

Prior to the 1950s, scientists thought proteins carried our heredity.

Until the 19th Century, doctors thought infection was caused by bad air, from which we get the term "Malaria."

Scientists claimed cigarettes were good for you up until the 1950s. They even had a machine to pump tobacco smoke into your anus; the origin of the phrase "blowing smoke up your a**!"

In 1948, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to the discovery of DDT. A few years later it had almost collapsed the food chain.

In 1949, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to the discovery of the "therapeutic value" of lobotomy! Patients had their brains butchered by having what was essentially an ice pick shoved up their nose into their brains!

Until 2005, doctors thought ulcers were caused by stress.

National Geographic ran an article in 2015 whining why people don't believe science. But science is not about belief but about facts! And National Geographic should not be questioning why people do not trust science after its own 1999 "Piltdown Chicken" scandal!

Science is not perfect. Science does make mistakes. The beauty of science is supposed to be that they admit it, not use the label of "science" like a modern religious icon to push agendas onto people! Anyone who says the "Science is settled" is not being scientific, they are being propagandistic!

Dr. William Thompson blew the whistle that CDC faked their report that claimed no link between the MMR vaccine and autism. Dr. Farid Fata was sentenced to 45 years in federal prison for telling perfectly healthy patients they had cancer in order to sell them radiation and chemotherapy. The lesson to be learned is that just because someone has a "Dr." before their name does not automatically make them a more honest person. Indeed, the very process of obtaining a PhD amounts to convincing the academics that you believe just what they believe about whatever field of study you may be in!

And, oh yes, the Old Farmer's Almanac has turned out to be right once again; it is already snowing across the northern hemisphere ... in September. That must be quite a shock to Al Gore's minion, who back in 2000 assured us all that snowfalls are a thing of the past (UK Independent, March 20, 2000)

Sep 22 08:58

Utah's Wasatch Range has Potential to Receive 6-12 Inches of Snow This Weekend

Yes, you read that correctly. The 2016/2017 winter in Utah may be coming earlier than expected and in a BIG way. The Wasatch Snow Forecast released the following statement regarding this weekend's forecast of 6-12 inches of snow.

Sep 21 12:40

Arctic Expert on Sea Ice: We Could "Reach Zero" Within Two Years

When it comes to anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD), the Arctic is the proverbial canary in the coalmine. And if Arctic sea ice expert Dr. Peter Wadhams is right, that canary will likely be gone within two years.

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Al Gore said the arctic would be ice free by 2014. Didn't happen. The carbonazis were predicting back in 2000 that snowfalls were a thing of the past. Didn't happen.

Sep 21 10:09

Snow arrives early west of Calgary in Banff, Lake Louise areas

It's not even the first day of fall, but people in the mountains west of Calgary got an early taste of winter as rain showers turned to snow in Banff National Park Tuesday.

Sep 21 08:05

The Paris climate agreement just passed a crucial threshold

Last December, nearly 200 countries signed an agreement in Paris pledging to keep the world well below 2 degrees Celsius of warming in an effort to stave off the worst impacts of climate change. Now, that pledge looks closer than ever to becoming a reality.

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So, they will tax the people for carbon dioxide and since the world is getting cooler naturally, will declare their program a resounding success.

Sep 20 08:41

Only In California - Governor Jerry Brown Signs Bill To Regulate Cow Flatulence

In yet another attack on California agricultural businesses, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that requires the state to cut methane emissions from dairy cows and other animals by 40% by 2030.

Sep 19 11:52

It's already snowing in parts of the U.S.

The last days of summer are becoming fewer, and each passing day shows small signs of winter.

The latest sign was the recent snowfall at Yellowstone National Park.

Sep 17 13:45

9/11: 15 Years Of A Transparent Lie — Paul Craig Roberts

There are many conspiracy theories about 9/11. The US government’s own expanation of 9/11 is a conspiracy theory in which a few Saudi Arabians outwitted the American national security state. Little doubt that many of the more imaginative conspiracy theories were created for the purpose of stigmatizing any skepticism, no matter how well reasoned and supported, of the official story.

These groups of qualified and experienced people say that the official story of 9/11 is false.

Sep 16 07:59

Svensmark: The Cloud Mystery

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The short version is, during periods of low solar activity, more cosmic rays reach into Earth's lower atmosphere and stimulate cloud formation. Clouds reflect more sunlight back out into space, accelerating the cooling. CERN actually confirmed this with an experiment, but deleted the implications for climate change from the final report.

Sep 16 07:52

Lawmakers Probe Tax Incentives Received by Solar-Energy Firms

Congressional lawmakers have launched a formal investigation into whether solar-energy companies improperly received billions of dollars in tax incentives from the Obama administration.

The Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday sent letters to seven foreign and domestic companies in the solar industry, expanding a more limited probe started earlier this year.

The recipients included three firms in the residential solar industry, SolarCity Corp., Sunrun Inc. and Sungevity Inc., and four solar utility companies -- SunEdison Inc., Abengoa SA, NextEra Energy Inc. and NRG Energy Inc.

Sep 15 18:24

First Snow in Val d'Isere

Winter is coming.. It's already been snowing in Val d'Isere

Sep 15 10:30

First season snowfall dumps up to 2 inches in Tahoe

“There was some snow anywhere from just a trace to an inch or two in a couple of spots generally around 9,000 feet,” said meteorologist Zack Tolby, of the National Weather Service.

Sep 15 09:06

Four Studies Find ‘No Observable Sea-Level Effect’ From Man-Made Global Warming

Ten years after former Vice President Al Gore warned in his 2006 Oscar-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, that if nothing was done to stop man-made global warming, melting Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets could raise sea levels by up to 20 feet, four peer-reviewed scientific studies found “no observable sea-level effect of anthropogenic global warming.”

“It is widely assumed that sea levels have been rising in recent decades largely in response to anthropogenic global warming,” Kenneth Richard writes at NoTricksZone. “However, due to the inherently large contribution of natural oscillatory influences on sea level fluctuations, this assumption lacks substantiation...

Sep 15 08:21

Damage Control in the Media as Temperatures Drop, Clouds Increase and Arctic Snows Intensify (218)

Sep 15 08:02

Sarkozy comes out of the closet as a climate skeptic

Presidential hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy reckons that climate change is not caused by man and that the world has far bigger problems on its hands than global warming.

Sep 14 09:32

It's snowing in the Sierra, and it's still summer

It's snowing in the Sierra.

Kirkwood Mountain resort's web cameras are showing a light dusting of snow at the resort's base at 7,800 feet of elevation.

Sep 13 15:56

Stunning September Snowstorm Brings Blizzard To Yellowstone

Christmas has come early at Yellowstone National Park after a surprise snowstorm granted visitors an unexpected opportunity to capture stunning photos of the blanketed national park.

Four to eight inches of snow were forecast to fall up until late Monday night with further snowfall also expected early Tuesday as temperatures dropped to 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius).

Sep 13 10:12

Snow falling in the mountains; Winter Weather Advisory in effect

Much colder air is moving into Montana right now and it's even snowing parts of the Treasure State.

The National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Kings Hill Pass, Marias Pass, Logan Pass, Flesher Pass, MacDonald Pass and Rogers Pass until noon Monday.

The advisory also covers the Rocky Mountains and mountain ranges across central Montana above 5000 feet in elevation.

Sep 12 12:41

The New York Times is looking for a climate change editor

The New York Times is a leader in covering climate change. Now The Times is ramping up its coverage to make the most important story in the world even more relevant, urgent and accessible to a huge audience around the globe.

We are looking for an editor to lead this dynamic new group. We want someone with an entrepreneurial streak who is obsessed with finding new ways to connect with readers and new ways to tell this vital story.

The coverage should encompass: the science of climate change; the politics of climate debates; the technological race to find solutions; the economic consequences of climate change; and profiles of fascinating characters enmeshed in the issues.

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Sep 12 07:40

Southern Alberta ski resorts get snow, with Nakiska expecting up to 5 cm

Nakiska Ski Resort doesn't open for several weeks, but clearly Mother Nature didn't get the memo.

The Kananaskis facility received a dusting of snow Sunday morning, with five centimetres in the forecast for the day.

Sep 10 08:58

"If I wanted America to fail"

Sep 08 08:32

Snow falls in Wellington

Snow flurries are being reported to across Wellington city this morning as a burst of intense showers in the cold southerly moves in.

Snow has closed SH2 over the Rimutaka Ranges and says while the snow level is generally around 300metres the big squally showers and strong winds are helping push snow flurries down towards sea levels at times.

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Down in New Zealand, they are in Spring.

Sep 07 09:25

Clinton blames Hurricane Hermine on climate change

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Yet another reason to vote against Hillary.

Sep 07 08:24

Climate change deniers will be despised just like racists one day, says Al Gore

Former Vice President Al Gore believes people who are sceptical about climate change will be seen in the same negative as racists in years to come.

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So basically, after several record-setting winters (and another on the way) Al Gore and his carbonazis are reduced to name-calling to try to sell their human-caused global warming nonsense!

Sep 06 06:55

'Climate change is racist': Black Lives Matter protesters storm the runway at London City Airport after reaching the tarmac in a DINGHY - bringing flights to a standstill

London City Airport was brought to a standstill by Black Lives Matter demonstrators who stormed the runway early this morning to protest against the UK's 'racist climate crisis'.

The mayhem began at 5.40am when nine protesters chained themselves to a tripod in the middle of the tarmac to 'highlight the UK's environmental impact on the lives of black people', cancelling dozens of flights and delaying several more.

The incident triggered huge security concerns amid reports the demonstrators - who witnesses described as 'white and middle class' - managed to get airside by sailing a blow-up dinghy across the Royal Docks.

Sep 03 17:48

BEX ALERT - Coffee could be extinct by 2080 due to climate change destroying areas suitable for growing beans

Coffee could become extinct if global warming continues on its current trajectory, according to a report by The Climate Institute.
By 2050, researchers said, the amount of suitable coffee farmland is expected to have halved due to rising temperatures, pests and fungi.

Sep 03 09:19

BEX ALERT - Flooding of Coast, Caused by Global Warming, HasAlready Begun

Huge vertical rulers are sprouting beside low spots in the streets here, so people can judge if the tidal floods that increasingly inundate their roads are too deep to drive through.

Five hundred miles down the Atlantic Coast, the only road to Tybee Island, Ga., is disappearing beneath the sea several times a year, cutting the town off from the mainland.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ever hear of subsidence? The Earth is constantly in motion, with some places (like the mountains) rising and other places dropping, including the US east coast!

UPDATE: I posted this USGS article to the NY Times article as a comment ... which was promptly deleted!

Sep 03 08:02

Winter is coming: Whistler Blackcomb gets its first dusting of snow

It’s a sign that winter, is, in fact coming. Whistler Blackcomb has its first real dusting of snow.

Whistler Blackcomb spokesperson Sarah Morden says locals woke up this morning to find the first batch of the white stuff to actually stick, and there’s a palpable buzz in the village.

Sep 03 06:50

White House The President Doesn't Need Congressional Approval To Enact The Paris Agreement

Sep 03 06:43

IPCC Fails, Universities Now Take Over Censorship Role on Global Cooling

Sep 02 07:28

Exact Dates Given for Grand Solar Minimum Cooling Globally, IPCC Tries to Suppress Research

Exact Dates Given for Grand Solar Minimum Cooling commencing Globally in a paper by Zharkova, Shepherd, Popova and Zharkov, then the IPCC Tried to Suppress Research by asking the Royal Astronomical Society to remove the findings through the groups of scientific organizations associated with the IPCC. So much research is out in the world about the commencing grand solar minimum, the the lack of government action must have an agenda behind it.

Aug 30 18:40

Biofuels 'worse than petrol' for the environment, new study finds

“Green” biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel are in fact worse for the environment that petrol, a landmark new study has found.

The alternative energy source has long been praised for being carbon-neutral because the plants it is made from absorb carbon dioxide, which causes global warming, from the atmosphere while they are growing.

But new research in the US has found that the crops used for biofuel absorb only 37 per cent of the CO2 that is later released into the atmosphere when the plants are burnt, meaning the process actually increases the amount of greenhouse gas in the air.

The scientists behind the study have called on governments to rethink their carbon policies in light of the findings.

The use of biofuels is controversial because it means crops and farm space that could otherwise be devoted to food production are in fact used for energy.

Aug 30 07:37

George Soros Paid Al Gore Millions To Lie About Global Warming

Newly leaked documents reveal that billionaire George Soros bribed former Vice President Al Gore with millions of dollars in order to fabricate data about global warming.

According to a document published by DC Leaks, Soros used his Open Society Institute to pay Al Gore $10 million dollars per year in order to make Gore exaggerate claims about man-made climate change to the public.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Human-caused global warming is one of the pillars on which the push for a global government rests.

Aug 30 06:44

BEX ALERT - Nasa: Earth is warming at a pace 'unprecedented in 1,000 years'

Records of temperature that go back far further than 1800s suggest warming of recent decades is out of step with any period over the past millennium.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

NASA, which stands for Never A Straight Answer (I know; I used to work for them) is still pushing the human-caused global warming nonsense to justify a carbon tax even though we have had several record-setting winters and are headed into yet another. It is already snowing in the northern hemisphere, including Colorado, California, Calgary and winter sports venues in northern Europe are opening early this season.

The Old Farmer's Almanac is saying we have another hard winter coming, and frankly, having worked for NASA, I trust the Almanac on this one.

Aug 25 18:16

August snow on America's Mountain catches visitors by surprise

Snow added up on the summit of Pikes Peak Wednesday afternoon, much to the surprise of visitors headed to the peak on the Cog Railway. Many of them weren't expecting operators to announce the temperature on the summit was 30 degrees. With the wind chill, it felt like 24 degrees.

"I asked some people who just came down and they said it was snowing up there," said visitor Betti Tinley. "There is three inches of snow on the ground."

Aug 25 18:14

Heavy Snow CLOSES US-212 (Beartooth Pass) in Montana!

Heavy SNOW caused the Montana Department of Transportation to CLOSE 10,947? Beartooth Pass on US-212 yesterday at 8:10pm. The closure goes from Vista Point on the Montana side to Long Lake on the Wyoming side.

Aug 25 14:12

Biofuels worse for climate change than gas, U-M study says

The multi-billion-dollar U.S. biofuels industry — promoted and expanded for more than a decade by the federal government — may be built on a false assumption, according to a University of Michigan study published Thursday that is sure to stir all sides in the contentious debate over the industry.

Despite their purported advantages, biofuels — created from crops such as corn or soybeans — cause more emissions of climate change-causing carbon dioxide than gasoline, according to the study from U-M Energy Institute research professor John DeCicco.

The study is the latest salvo in the expanding battle over whether biofuels, and the farmland increasingly devoted to them, are actually providing the environmental and climate benefits many expected.

Aug 24 13:33


Aug 24 12:11

Aug - It’s snowing in Colorado!

Weather Nation just posted this tweet from Pikes Pike. It’s snowing in Colorado!

Aug 24 07:38

Bill Nye Rips CNN For Having ‘Climate Change Denier Meteorologist’

Bill Nye doesn’t mince words when it comes to climate change.

CNN brought the “Science Guy” on the network to talk about the severe flooding in Louisiana, where at least 13 people have been killed and 60,000 homes damaged.

“For us, on my side of this, this is a result of climate change,” Nye told anchor Chris Cuomo. “It’s only going to get worse.”

But while explaining how warmer oceans could lead to bigger storms, he also fired a shot at the very network he was on.

“Here at CNN you have essentially a climate change denier meteorologist and knock yourselves out,” Nye said. “But this is a big problem and it’s not going to go away.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bill Nye, the not-really-science guy, is behind the times. The mayor of one of the hardest hit towns in Louisiana is suing the state and federal governments because a concrete divider on the local highway prevented water from draining away, resulting in the flooding. Al Gore tried to blame the California wildfires on global warming, until they caught and arrested an arsonist. Oh, and by the way, there is already snow on Pike's Peak.

Aug 23 21:44

There is snow on Pikes Peak!

KUSA - Welcome to August in Colorado.

While highs reached 81 degrees in Denver Tuesday, on Pikes Peak, there was snow.

Aug 23 12:39

Winter Storm Warning

1257 AM AKDT TUE AUG 23 2016






Aug 23 09:56

Summer snow rude awakening for these Canadians.

As summer churns to an end with late August appearing on the horizon, it has started snowing in Canada.

No, it isn't the usual culprit of Nunavut, or anywhere else in our country's large swath of the Arctic, but rather Alberta, whose highest places are seeing some noticeable snow on the radar.

Flashes of blue on the archived radar map (shown below) are a rare and never too welcome sight in what's supposed to be a month known for heat and humidity.

Aug 23 08:46

Obama-Backed Solar Company Goes On The Auction Block

A judge approved September auctions for a government-backed solar panel company that could put up to $224 million in its coffers.

Judge Stuart Bernstein signed off Thursday on auction rules for two parcels of projects SunEdison was producing amid a slew of financial and legal problems. Those problems landed the company in bankruptcy.

Aug 22 17:35

Summer snow rude awakening for these Canadians. See photos

Monday, August 22, 2016, 7:06 PM - As summer churns to an end with late August appearing on the horizon, it has started snowing in Canada.

Aug 22 10:18

Obama Strips Down NASA Probe Of Jupiter’s Moon To Pay For More Global Warming Research

The Obama administration announced plans to scale down NASA’s proposed mission to Jupiter’s icy moon Europa to pay for more global warming research, according to Universe Today.

Aug 22 08:09

Clexit Creeps Closer

The “CLEXIT” Campaign (CLimate Exit) which originated in Australia was inspired by the Brexit decision of the British people to withdraw from the increasingly dictatorial EU bureaucracy. Clexit is spreading world-wide (16 countries already).

Clexit aims to prevent ratification of the costly and dangerous Paris global warming treaty which is being promoted by the EU/UN and their green army.This war on hydro-carbon energy has already caused massive losses to western industry. If allowed to continue as envisaged by the Paris Treaty, economic depression will follow and all nations will suffer.

We must stop this futile waste of community savings; cease the destruction and dislocation of human industry; stop killing rare bats and birds with wind turbine blades and solar/thermal sizzlers; stop pelletising trees to feed power stations designed to burn coal; stop converting food to motor vehicle fuel; and stop the clearing of bush and forests for biofuel cultivation and plantations.

Aug 21 21:22

Colin Powell Won’t Be Hillary Clinton’s Huckleberry

Wow, the nerve of some people who just refuse to play ball.

The fact that Hillary Clinton used her personal email account for sensitive government communication is still haunting the presidential candidate. Although she seems to be generously coated in Teflon when it comes to criminal charges, the public isn’t quite as willing to let her transgression with national security go as James Comey, the Director of the FBI is.

So, she did what any reasonable person would do. She blamed someone else.

But she made a big mistake when she chose her potential patsy.

Aug 20 15:05

If you don't believe in global warming, you're too 'mentally ill' to be allowed to buy a gun, says Obama

In recent days, President Obama announced new "executive actions" on guns, that included language to shore up current federal law aimed at keeping mentally ill Americans from buying guns. Some skeptics of the president's actions believe that, as is usually the case, there are ulterior motives behind his actions.

For example, some believe that the president's order may include guidance on declaring people who disagree with Obama's policies – like those regarding so-called "global warming" and "climate change" – as mentally unstable.

Aug 20 08:25


The Portland Public School Board voted earlier this year to ban any classroom materials, including textbooks and other material purchased by the district, that cast doubt on the existence of climate change.

This new rule was passed unanimously by the board’s members, who agreed with testimony from Bill Bigelow, a former Portland teacher, when he said,

“We don’t want kids in Portland learning material courtesy of the fossil fuel industry.”

Materials that present climate change as a theory rather than as a fact will no longer be used and, going forward, they will not be purchased by the district for students. Additionally, materials must make it clear that human activity is responsible for the rapid climate change occurring on our planet. The resolution also calls for the superintendent and staff to develop an education plan for teaching students about climate justice.

A student of Lincoln High School, Gaby Lemieux, said in testimony at the hearing,

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yes, I understand that we have to mandate the companies which produce fossil fuel to become as environmentally friendly as possible.

But we cannot stop there; the US government has got to send one little slice of the money it spends on its wars of conquest to control fossil fuel resources to create truly usable alternative energy; the kind of energy which can power a tank, or fly a plane.

That would be both logical and intelligent.

But the people desirous of banning books which don't spew the codswallop of human caused global warming are missing one critical fact; how hot, or how cold, the earth gets is primarily dependent on the sun, and it's cycles.

The predictions for winter 2016-2017 from the Old Farmer's Almanac (which has an annoying reputation for being generally correct), are as follows.

Get ready for a shift from last year! For the winter of 2016–2017, we expect temperatures to be much colder than last winter but still above normal. Winter 2017 will also feature below-normal snowfall overall; the snowy exception is the northern tier of the U.S., which can expect to be blanketed in white. Winter will be colder in much of the eastern two-thirds of the nation. Exceptions will be in a swatch from North Dakota to Maine, which will have below-normal temperatures. Most of the Pacific states will have below-normal temperatures, with above-normal temperatures in the Intermountain region and Desert Southwest. Snowfall will be above normal from southern New England and western New York southward through the Appalachians, but not in northern New England. Snowfall with also be above what’s typical from eastern Minnesota to the UP (Upper Peninsula) of Michigan and southward to St. Louis, Missouri; and from central North Dakota westward to the Pacific. We expect below-normal snowfall in most other places that normally receive snow. Precipitation will be below normal across most of the southern two-thirds of the nation. However, precipitation will be above normal in the North, with the primary exceptions being above-normal rainfall in northern California, southern Oregon, portions of the western Lower Lakes region, and Florida. With rainfall below normal in most of California, the drought there will continue. In Canada, brace for more snow and colder-than-average temperatures throughout most parts of the country. The exceptions to the winter of white will be Manitoba, portions of Saskatchewan, and northern sections across the land. While snowfall will generally be below normal in these areas, temperatures will remain chilly

Frankly, with an 80% success rate in their predictions over the last 225 years, I would more likely place my bets on this than ANYTHING the "Warmistas" have to say.

Aug 18 08:07

Hacked Emails EXPOSE Who Is REALLY Behind Al Gore’s “Global Warming” Campaign

Al Gore, who has already has amassed a fortune pushing “global warming” propaganda, has received at least $30 million from George Soros to promote his cause.

This new bombshell report shows covers the latest document dump from DCLeaks, a hacking website, which shows Soros through his Open Society Institute gave Gore a massive budget to spread Gore’s climate lies:

Aug 18 07:32

The volcanoes no one has ever seen

"We have very little idea about the frequency and style of volcanic eruptions on the seafloor, nor the detailed structure of the crust they produce, so basically we don't really know what the crust of a large part of the Earth looks like."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This has always been one of the biggest holes in the "humans are warming the planet" agenda. Nobody knows how many active volcanoes and thermal vents there are on the floor of the world's oceans, and thus nobody knows how much heat is being added to the oceans by geothermal activity. So any claims about how much humans are warming the ocean are based on out-of-thin-air guesses at best.

Aug 17 12:32

Farmers’ Almanac Crushes Dreams Of Global Warming Zealots With ‘ICE COLD WINTER’ Forecast

Using their “almost 200 century-old [sic] formula,” the editors of the “time-tested and generation-approved” Farmers’ Almanac are predicting a frost-bound, Siberian winter for two-thirds of the United States.

“Return of the Ice Cold Winter” is how the 2017 edition of the famed annual publication characterizes the impending chill, according to a press release.

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Aug 17 11:44

Al Gore Blames Deadly Louisiana Floods On Global Warming — Just As New Studies Debunk His Claim

Environmentalists were quick to blame global warming for making flooding in Houston and Louisiana worse than it would otherwise be. Gore doubled down on such claims and used the flooding to highlight the need to slow global warming.

“These kinds of record downpours — that’s one of the manifestations of the climate crisis,” Gore said.

“It is central to the prospects for our future, for the futures of our families and our communities, and the future of human civilization,” he said. “That sounds overly expansive but that really and truly is the case.”

But Gore’s blaming of extreme flooding on global warming runs counter to newly published research on warming’s impact on precipitation. In a nutshell, two new studies found little evidence behind such claims.

Aug 17 09:58

Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts ‘Above Normal’ Winter Snowfall

In its newly released weather predictions for 2017, the Almanac asserts Boston will have “above normal” amounts of snowfall this winter, with the snowiest periods occurring between mid- to late January and early to mid-February. Precipitation is supposed to be slightly above normal, making for both a wet and snowy forecast. The coldest periods of the season are predicted for late December, the whole month of January, and early to mid-February. (If you ask us, that pretty much covers all of wintertime.)

Aug 17 07:52

Australia Finds Out Wind Power Doesn’t Really Work

The article entitled, “ Australia Considers Banning Wind Power Because It’s Causing Blackouts,” makes many damning points about wind power.

Household electricity prices in Australia have risen by more than 40 percent between 2007 and 2012, the same period when the government offered lucrative wind subsidies.

Power prices in Australian states with a lot of wind power are almost double the rates in other states. Australia’s reliance on wind power risks damaging the country’s power grid because the amount of electricity generated by a wind turbine is very intermittent and doesn’t coincide with the times of day when power is most needed.

Exactly the same arguments can be made regarding solar power. The entire solar and wind industry is surely based on extravagant government subsidies, not just in Australia but around the world. China has recently declared a moratorium on more wind power in some regions. The energy is neither predictable nor efficiently stored.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Governments can never allow themselves to appear to be wrong, so every time they screw up (which is often) they prop up their failures with more and more of your tax dollars.