Nov 14 23:39

Polar bear numbers are so HIGH they threaten native Inuit populations, claims controversial Canadian government report bitterly contested by environmentalists who have made creature the icon of global warming

Wildlife experts often use images of emaciated polar bears to show how habitats are coming under threat due to ice shrinking and sea levels rising.

For example just a few months ago footage emerged of a polar bear prowling around on thin ice in the Nunavut territory in the northernmost region in Canada.

Wildlife experts said that the photos showed how the polar bears' habitat is coming under threat due to human-induced global warming.

However, a new report, drafted by the Nunavut government completely contracts these widely-held claims about declining populations.

The draft report, which is set to be published by the end of this year, claims that polar bear populations are much higher than scientists estimated - and are actually increasing.

Nov 14 08:29

Neil Young Blasts Trump After He Loses Home To Wildfire

>>>the conflagrations in Southern California are urban interface fires, meaning they have nothing to do with forest management, as a local fire association pointed out.


Nov 14 08:28

Polar bear numbers are so HIGH they threaten native Inuit populations, claims controversial Canadian government report bitterly contested by environmentalists who have made creature the icon of global warming

Polar bear numbers are so high they threaten native Inuit populations, a controversial Canadian government report has found.

The animals, which have become one of the enduring symbols of the environmental cause, are growing in such numbers that they cannot currently safely co-exist with humans in northern Canada, the report suggested.

But the findings have been bitterly contested by environmental scientists who say that climate change has simply pushed the bears closer to humans as they search for food.

Nov 13 14:57

California's Gov. Brown Again Blames Fires On Global Warming — He Couldn't Be More Wrong

California once again is burning, with hundreds of thousands of tinder-dry acres going up in flames. Gov. Jerry Brown says it's global warming. President Trump blames forest mismanagement. Who's right?

On Saturday, Trump tweeted: "There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor. Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!"

Brown's take was, well, different: "Managing all the forests in everywhere we can does not stop climate change," he said. "And those who deny that are definitely contributing to the tragedies that we're now witnessing, and will continue to witness in the coming years."

Nov 13 12:42

NASA Scientist Warns: The Lack Of Sunspots Could Bring Record Cold

“The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age,” wrote Dr. Tony Phillips just six weeks ago, on September 27, 2018. The lack of sunspots on our sun could bring about record cold temperatures, and perhaps even a mini ice age.

Sunspots have been absent for most of 2018 and Earth’s upper atmosphere is responding, says Phillips, the editor of “The bad news,” according to Phillips, is: “It also delays the natural decay of space junk, resulting in a more cluttered environment around Earth.”

“It could happen in a matter of months,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA’s Langley Research Center on the cold snap that may be coming. “If current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold,” says Mlynczak. “We’re not there quite yet,” he said. However, “months” is not all that far away.

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Nov 12 12:29

Snow and cold hit the Front Range

A winter storm snarled traffic and left more than six inches of snow in some areas of central Colorado.

We have a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day with a Winter Weather Advisory for the region until 4 p.m.

We’re expecting temperatures today will stay in the mid-20s with breezy conditions with snowfall totals range from 3-6 inches in the Denver metro area, 1-3? for the Eastern Plains, 2-4? for the northern Front Range, and 4-10? for the foothills and mountains.

The National Weather Servicer reported six inches of snow in Boulder and more in the nearby foothills.

Nov 12 12:15

Valentina Zharkova: The Solar Magnet Field and the Terrestrial Climate

Professor Valentina Zharkova gave a presentation of her Climate and the Solar Magnetic Field hypothesis at the Global Warming Policy Foundation in October 2018.

Principal component analysis (PCA) of the solar background magnetic field observed from the Earth, revealed four pairs of dynamo waves, the pair with the highest eigen values are called principal components (PCs).

PCs are shown to be produced by magnetic dipoles in inner and outer layers of the Sun, while the second pair of waves is assumed produced by quadruple magnetic sources and so on.

The PC waves produced by a magnetic dipole and their summary curve were described analytically and shown to be closely related to the average sunspot number index used for description of solar activity.

Based on this correlation, the summary curve was used for the prediction of long-term solar activity on a millennial timescale.

Nov 10 13:34

PG&E Could Be to Blame For Sparking Camp Fire In Butte County

"CA legislature was busy making sure illegals had drivers licenses, Medi-Cal benefits & protection from I.C.E. No time to oversee PG&E!" ~ Ann Coulter

Nov 09 11:02

'It's too early for snow': November snow falls in parts of Kansas

Nov 09 11:02

Brace yourself: Cold temperatures, snow this weekend

Nov 09 08:55


The BBC’s left wing topical comedy ‘Mash Report’ programme this week went hard on the UN’s alarming suggestion that we just have twelve years left to save the planet. To Guido it all sounded very familiar…

Andrew Simms told us a year later that we had “only 100 months to avoid disaster.” Meaning time ran out in 2016…

Al Gore told us that we had just ten years in July of 2008 to ensure the “survival of the United States of America”. So America has been screwed for four months now…

Jim Hensen, warned in 2009 that Obama only had “four years to save Earth.” Apparently Earth was lost in 2013…

Prince Charles told us in May 2008 that we had “just eighteen months to stop climate change.” That gave us until the end of 2009…

Prince Charles by July 2009, on the other had this had been extended to “just 96 months to save the world.” Time ran out in 2017…

Nov 08 12:37

Major Math Error Puts Widely-Cited Global Warming Study On Ice

An widely-circulated study which concluded that global warming is far worse than previously thought has been called into question by a math error, reports the Daily Caller's Michael Bastasch.

Princeton scientist Laure Resplandy and researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography concluded in October that the Earth's oceans have retained 60% more heat than previously thought over the last 25 years, suggesting global warming was much worse than previously believed.

The report was covered or referenced by MSM outlets worldwide, including the Washington Post, New York Times, BBC, Reuters and others.

The Washington Post, for example, reported: "The higher-than-expected amount of heat in the oceans means more heat is being retained within Earth’s climate system each year, rather than escaping into space. In essence, more heat in the oceans signals that global warming is more advanced than scientists thought."

Nov 08 05:33

What’s Really Behind All the Plastic Bans Happening Simultaneously?

We've known that plastic was bad for us and bad for the environment for a long time now, but now there's a sudden war on plastic that is spanning the globe. Are the bans that are all happening simultaneously actually about something darker than plastic itself?

Nov 07 15:27

The Uncertainty Has Settled (Full film)

Globalisation and climate politics are causing radical changes such as farmers becoming energy suppliers. But the green ideology raises questions. The scientific topic of climate change has now become incontrovertibly a matter of world politics.

Nov 07 14:32

Early season snowstorm isolates Kashmir valley, causes massive power outage, India

Northern India has experienced violent start to winter season 2018/19 over the past couple of days with 1st snowfall of the season disrupting power supply, road links and isolating Kashmir valley. The region typically sees its first snowfall between the months of December and February

At least 700 people were evacuated from Jawhar Tunnel and Sonmarg, stranded due to inclement weather and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir, authorities reported November 4, 2018.

Over 1 000 civilians were provided food and shelter in Banihal while Kashmir valley remains cut off from the rest of the country for the second day on November 4 after heavy snowfall led to the closure of the Srinagar-Jammu national highway.

Nov 02 23:15

Heavy snowfalls open ski resorts a month early

While much of Europe has been basking in the warm afterglow of summer, winter has arrived unexpectedly early in the Alps in this year of freakish weather. Thanks to two giant snowstorms, the tills are already ringing merrily in some ski resorts, more than a month ahead of schedule.

Yesterday Verbier in Switzerland was able to open a handful of slopes for ardent skiers in what is believed to be the earliest start to the season. More than three metres of snow has fallen in parts of the southern Swiss Alps and northern Italian Alps this week.

More than 60cm fell in Verbier. “The Indian summer has ended and [given] way to winter,” Téléverbier, the ski lift company, said.

Nov 02 09:44

Seas are rising everywhere except around Islands

This should end all the Pacific Island climate claims right here. A new study of over 700 islands for decades shows that even though seas are rising faster than any time in the last million years, somehow no islands with people on are shrinking. This means there are no climate change refugees from any vanishing island. Plus it’s more proof that highly adjusted satellite data is recording sea levels on some other planet.

Over the past decades, atoll islands exhibited no widespread sign of physical destabilization in the face of sea-level rise. A reanalysis of available data, which cover 30 Pacific and Indian Ocean atolls including 709 islands, reveals that no atoll lost land area and that 88.6% of islands were either stable or increased in area, while only 11.4% contracted.

Oct 31 11:49

Cold Snap Could Send Natural Gas To $5

The natural gas market is looking rather tight, even as U.S. production continues to set new records.

Inventories fell sharply last winter, leaving the country a little light on stocks heading into injection season. That did not concern the market much, with record-setting production expected to replenish depleted inventories.

However, the past six months has not led to surging stockpiles, and inventories replenished at a much slower rate than expected. We are about to enter the winter heating season with inventories at their lowest level in 15 years. For the week ending on October 19, the U.S. held 3,095 billion cubic feet (bcf) of natural gas in storage, or 606 bcf lower than at this point last year, and 624 bcf below the five-year average.

Oct 31 09:56


Former Vice President Al Gore waded into a fight over oil and gas drilling in Colorado, urging residents to support a ballot initiative that critics say would effectively ban hydraulic fracturing across the state.

Gore, an ardent global warming activist, is effectively calling on Colorado voters to ban fracking for a fuel, natural gas, responsible for the lion’s share of reductions in U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. Most scientists blame carbon dioxide for recent global warming.

Oct 29 11:57

It has been so cold it even snowed in Cornwall

Temperatures were so bitterly cold across the country on Saturday that even parts of Devon and Cornwall woke up to flurries of snow. After weeks of unseasonably warm weather, people were stunned to see the light dusting of snow in Truro, Bodmin and Land’s End. Locals said it was the earliest they had seen snow settle there in years after the freezing cold snap that saw temperatures across the UK drop to as low as -3°C.

Oct 26 09:08

Delingpole: Named and Shamed: Europe’s Biggest Climate Bedwetters

The following countries are Europe’s biggest climate bedwetters: Netherlands, Sweden, Luxembourg, Denmark, and Finland.

And the most sensible climate realists: Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Bulgaria.

But just wait till you discover the identity of the biggest climate bedwetter of the lot…

We learn this from the alarmist publication Climate Change News, which is very worried about the future of European climate policy. Apparently, it has been thrown in doubt both by Brexit and by Germany’s increasing reluctance to hamstring its economy with its disastrous Energiewende renewable energy suicide programme.

Oct 26 09:07

Canada’s ‘Climate Barbie’ Catherine McKenna Mistakes CO2 for Air Pollution

The Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change has justified the nation’s new carbon tax by suggesting that carbon dioxide is a pollutant.

In a tweet Tuesday, Catherine McKenna, confused the issue of air pollution with emission of greenhouse gases such as CO2. “Canadians know that pollution isn’t free,” the minister wrote. “We see the costs in storms, floods, and wildfires — that’s why we’ve announced we’re putting a price on pollution. It’s good for the environment and it’s good for the economy.”

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McKenna is not entirely to blame here. In the US, the EPA declared carbon dioxide a pollutant to support the global warming/carbon tax agenda. Of course, carbon dioxide is not a pollutant; it is an indispensable component for the chain of life on Earth.

Oct 25 12:05

Warning: Parts Of Quebec Will Be Hit By 30cm Of Snow This Week

It's pretty obvious that Canada's weather hasn't been in its prime since autumn began. It started out with some cooler temperatures and beautiful fall foliage, but it's quickly turned into a full-fledged winter over some areas of Quebec.

Oct 24 10:32

Football: Takeaways from Saturday’s snow-down against Illinois

It snowed Saturday, and everyone lost their goddamn mind.

Somewhere in the midst of the first snowfall of what is sure to be a long, arduous winter, a football game broke out.

The snow came in a brief interlude of flakes that flurried down on Camp Randall during the first quarter, making a perfunctory Big Ten match-up into a must-watch epic as punters flubbed, ball carriers botched and Illinois’ white jerseys suddenly became brilliant camouflage.

Oct 24 10:31

Britain Could Be Set For A 'White Halloween' With 10cm Snow Possible

Britain could be about to be plunged headfirst into winter and some places might even see a 'White Halloween' according to forecasters.

Yes, that's right, if you haven't already, you'll be needing your big coat over the next few weeks.

Oct 22 15:02

Photos: Fallen trees, wind damage near Chicago amid high winds from cold front

A very sharp cold front sent damaging winds and snow through areas near Chicago, Illinois.

"There were numerous reports of high winds and wind damage in and near Chicago Saturday afternoon between about 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. CDT," AccuWeather Meteorologist Frank Strait said.

Strait said 60-mph winds were reported at Midway Airport and in Romeoville. There was a gust to 61 mph in Rockford and at O’Hare International Airport. A 63-mph gust was reported in Michigan City, Indiana. The strongest wind reported was 65 mph in Somonauk, Illinois, Strait said.

There were many reports of downed trees or large tree branches. Some homes had siding damage.

Oct 22 15:01

Relive the last Colts and Bills game, when it just wouldn't stop snowing

The Colts and Bills played Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium, where the roof was closed and everyone stayed dry.

What a difference a season makes.

Last time these two teams played, it was December 2017, and it was snowing. And snowing some more. And snowing some more.

Oct 22 09:09

The truth about global warming: Governments play climate change political games to create policy 

Dr. Patrick Michaels, director of the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute, provides insight into the debate over climate change and the political games played to create policy.

Oct 22 09:04

Ocasio-Cortez tosses up more word salad: We’ll use extreme blueprint for defeating Nazis to defeat Climate Change

Socialist congressional nominee Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez believes the United States and its allies should defeat the alleged threat of man-made climate change by utilizing the same extreme methods that were once employed to defeat Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

“When we talk about existential threats, the last time we had a really major existential threat in this country was around World War II, so we’ve been here before, and we have a blueprint of doing this before,” she said during a campaign event this week.

The rise of Hitler’s regime was an existential threat because he’d sought to conquer the entire world and subjugate it to his bigoted whims. Had he won World War II, the horrors of the Holocaust would have likely been just the tip of the iceberg vis-à-vis the atrocities he would’ve committed.

“We had a direct existential threat with another nation and at this time it was Nazi Germany and Axis, who explicitly made the United States as an enemy,” Ocasio-Cortez continued.

Oct 21 20:23

Climate change poses 'existential threat' like Nazi Germany in WWII – Ocasio-Cortez (VIDEO)

House of Representatives candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has likened climate change to Nazi Germany, saying the two pose a similar kind of "existential threat."

Oct 20 10:57

TRICK OR SLEET? UK facing ‘white Halloween’ as SNOWY weather forecast – find out if YOU need to be scared

BRITAIN will be braced for a chilling Halloween this year as snow is predicted to start falling in the UK next week.

Oct 19 12:59

The Greek Dark Age & Climate Change

Oct 18 11:45

'We're doomed': Social media users predict the worst for mankind after Trump says he has a 'natural instinct for science'

President Donald Trump’s claim that he has a ‘natural instinct for science’ is eliciting scorn, ridicule, and even dread on social media.

During an Oval Office interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, the president was asked about climate change.

Specifically, he was referred to a recent report issued by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which stated that the world has 12 years to keep global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degree Celsius.

Failure to do so puts the globe at greater peril, significantly increasing the risk of devastating floods, droughts, and fires that will affect hundreds of millions of people, the report’s authors say.

Oct 18 11:37

Extreme rainfall, potentially deadly floods target Spain, worst sudden drop in temperature in a decade

The weather front is expected to arrive on October 18 and continue affecting the region through Sunday, October 21 plunging Spain into the worst 'gota fria' - a Spanish term meaning 'cold drop' that explains a sudden drop in temperature – in a decade.

Oct 16 14:21

Snow falls at Kansas City International Airport, breaking 120-year-old record

It wasn’t much snow, but it still broke a record set 120 years ago for Kansas City.

Kansas City International Airport reported that .2 of an inch of snow fell at the airport on Sunday. That makes it the earliest measurable snowfall for the season.

Oct 16 14:00

Brooks's Blog: It's snowing in Texas

It's been a long time coming, but we're finally getting our first legit fall front. It even caused this snow to fall in north Texas.

Oct 15 15:52


A study that claims global warming could harm barley production and raise beer prices relies on a climate projection that’s increasingly been called into question by experts.

Probably not very much. That’s because the study’s headline-grabbing results rely on a global warming projection that’s increasingly been called into question by experts.

The study, published in the journal Nature Plants on Monday, found that global barley production could drop as much as 17 percent on average under a “business as usual” scenario. That would “result in dramatic regional decreases in beer consumption and increases in beer prices,” the study found.

Oct 15 09:43

UPDATE: Dreaming of a white Halloween

The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office is urging extreme caution when traveling in Minnehaha County. Roads are very slick due to accumulating snow and slush.

Similar reports are coming in out of northwest Iowa.

Several accidents have been reported around Sioux Falls because of the snow. Slow down and increase your distance between vehicles.

As of 8 a.m., the National Weather Service is reporting 2.6 inches of snow has fallen at the airport, with heavier amounts in southern Sioux Falls.

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Oct 15 09:41

Harvest Fest forges forward in the snow

Weather made for a lower turnout than usual for the traditional event of Harvest Fest on Saturday.

Vendors started setting at 4 a.m. It started snowing around 7 a.m.

The Downtown Billings Alliance has put on Harvest Fest for 15 years.

Entertainers still performed under Skypoint, protected from the snow.

The event features food, arts and crafts and one last chance for local fresh produce.

Harvest Fest is traditionally held the second Saturday in October, a week after the last farmers market.

Oct 15 09:40

Snow in Colorado: Live traffic updates as powerful cold front moves through the Front Range

I-70 is back open between the Eisenhower Tunnel and Georgetown after crews cleared out several spun-out vehicles.

Oct 15 09:40

PHOTOS: Front Range wakes up to a blanket of snow

After a sunny and 60-degree Saturday, a chill took over the Front Range. Temperatures dropped to the lower 20s and upper teens overnight and snow began to fall around 11 p.m. in some areas.

Up to 7 inches of snow has fallen in Fort Collins, while the Denver area has seen at least an inch. Snow is expected to continue until 2 p.m. and the Front Range has taken to Twitter to share their pictures of the snowfall.

Oct 15 09:39

Broncos' stadium is covered in snow as team gets ready to host the undefeated Rams

The Rams' high-flying offense has basically been unstoppable this year, but that could change in Week 6 when the team goes up against its toughest opponent yet, and no, we're not talking about the Broncos defense they'll be facing, we're talking about a snow-covered field at Denver's stadium.

That's right, we could be getting our first snow game of the 2018 season when the Broncos host the Rams on Sunday. The snow started falling in Denver around 12:30 a.m. MT Sunday morning and hasn't stopped. By 6:24 a.m., the field at the Broncos' stadium was blanketed with several inches of snow.

Oct 13 10:23

Outside In: The Trump administration’s plan to remake the Middle East

The only promise that is new about the promised peace plan is the way it will be forced on the Palestinians: no one has promised that the plan itself will be new. With Saudi Arabia and Egypt—the outside—brought onside with the promise of continued military aid despite their crimes against humanity and violations of international law and the Palestinians weakened by being silenced, economically crushed and stripped of any friends to help them, the United States and Israel are now free to attempt to impose a peace plan on the Palestinians.

Oct 12 14:31

Professor Says Hurricane Michael Victims Are Reaping What They Sowed

Does University of Saint Thomas thermal sciences professor John Abraham actually believe Florida panhandle residents deserved to get hit by a catastrophic hurricane for electing “climate deniers?”

“Victims of Hurricane Michael voted for climate deniers,” reads the headline of Abraham’s article, published in The Guardian on Thursday.

“Elections have consequences. Denying science has consequences. And we are reaping what we sow.”

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So, according to this professor, had Hillary won in 2016, there would have been no Hurricane Michel!

Oct 12 13:38

Manufacturing Immediate Fear of Climate Change

The images are just too good to pass up. A rain-soaked journalist, his wet hair plastered against his face as he struggles to stand against a fierce wind, reporting from a hurricane-besieged coastal city. Another reporter wearing hip waders, standing in a flooded street, laments the coming cresting of a river. An exhausted, soot-stained fireman pours his heart out during a long-overdue break fighting wildfires in California. A wide shot of the hot sun bearing down on brown and dusty cracked soil, foreshadowing what global warming will ultimately bring.

Oct 12 10:51

MSNBC: ‘Burden’ on Journalists to Educate ‘Bizarre,’ Crazy Climate Deniers

As Hurricane Michael smashed into the Florida panhandle, both MSNBC and CNN on Thursday were worried about the really important issue: How to educate the “bizarre” and ignorant Americans who don’t fully adopt the left’s prescriptions for solving global warming. MSNBC journalist Craig Melvin talked to fellow liberal Nicholas Kristof and lectured, “Most sane-thinking people would acknowledge that the intensity of the storms... due in no small part to climate change.”

Melvin insisted this issue isn’t a partisan one, wondering, “What happened? When did climate change become partisan?” How did it become partisan? Perhaps because, according to the Daily Caller, the new United Nations report on global warming suggests the equivalent of a $240 per gallon tax on gas. For conservatives who opposes higher taxes, that seems a tad partisan.

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Oct 12 08:17

Delingpole: ‘Who Drew It?’ Trump Queries IPCC’s $38.4 Trillion Ransom Note

At the beginning of the week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presented the world with a $38.4 trillion ransom note: pay us da money or Gaia gets it.
President Trump’s response: “Who drew it?”

That is, “Why should I trust these people?”

Trump is a businessman. Businessmen do not hand over sums like $38.4 trillion without doing a bit of due diligence first. (That sum, by the way, is how much the IPCC insists the world must spend – $2.4 trillion per year over the next 16 years – if we are to avoid catastrophic climate change. It’s the equivalent of the half the global economy.) And as it turns out he is more than right to be suspicious.

Oct 11 10:21

First snow of the season falls on Denver area

ust as the National Weather Service predicted, the Denver metro area got a dusting of snow Wednesday afternoon.

Oct 10 11:11

Patton Oswalt: Global Warming a ‘Meteor,’ Will Strike ‘in Our Lifetimes’

Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt declared on Tuesday that global warming is a “meteor” that will “strike in our lifetimes,” and consequently urged mainstream media outlets to cover the threat it poses above all other news.

Oswalt made the comments in response to a Twitter post by Guardian columnist David Sirota, who described a report from the United Nations Panel on Climate Change as “basically warning that the end of the world is in 22 years.”

Sirota went on to complain that the report “will almost certainly be completely ignored by most of the TV media, most of the population & the entire political class.”

Oct 09 12:44


"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 09 11:25


The U.S. Supreme Court rejected attempts to appeal a lower court decision issued in 2017 striking down Obama-era global warming policies. The lower court’s ruling was written by the newly confirmed Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The justices privately made the decision to not rehear the case before Kavanaugh joined the high court Tuesday, Reuters reported. Kavanaugh was officially sworn in as an associate justice at the White House on Monday night.

Kavanaugh’s 2017 decision for the D.C. Circuit Court struck down Obama administration regulations on hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), a greenhouse gas, because such rules ran afoul of federal law.

Oct 09 10:29

Pirates and global warming

We believe pirates are divine beings and the original Pastafarians. Pirates’ image as “thieves and outcasts” is misinformation spread by Christian theologians in the Middle Ages and by Hare Krishnas. Pirates were peace-loving explorers and spreaders of good will who distributed candy to small children. Modern pirates are not related. Pastafarians celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19.

We believe that global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct effect of the shrinking numbers of pirates since the 1800s.

As the number of pirates decreased, global temperatures increased.

Here is a picture to prove it!

Oct 09 09:50

Jerry Brown: World 'Must Radically Change' Now to 'Totally Renewable' Energy

California Gov. Jerry Brown declared the world "must radically change" and "must decarbonize and establish a totally renewable basis for all economic activity" in reaction to a new UN report on climate change.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, meeting in South Korea, issued a report with 91 authors and editors from 40 countries declaring that there's currently a 12-year window to make “far-reaching and unprecedented changes” to avert dramatic effects of global warming.

"We are already seeing the consequences of 1°C of global warming through more extreme weather, rising sea levels and diminishing Arctic sea ice, among other changes,” said Panmao Zhai, co-chair of one of the IPCC Working Groups.

Oct 08 15:14

How Climate Change Helped ISIS

As the Obama administration undertakes a highly public, multilateral campaign to degrade and destroy the militant jihadists known as ISIS, ISIL and the Islamic State, many in the West remain unaware that climate played a significant role in the rise of Syria’s extremists. A historic drought afflicted the country from 2006 through 2010, setting off a dire humanitarian crisis for millions of Syrians. Yet the four-year drought evoked little response from Bashar al-Assad’s government. Rage at the regime’s callousness boiled over in 2011, helping to fuel the popular uprising. In the ensuing chaos, ISIS stole onto the scene, proclaimed a caliphate in late June and accelerated its rampage of atrocities including the recent beheadings of three Western civilians.

Oct 08 12:42

BOMBSHELL: Audit of Global Warming Data Finds it Riddled With Errors

Just ahead of a new report from the IPCC, dubbed SR#15 about to be released today, we have this bombshell- a detailed audit shows the surface temperature data is unfit for purpose. The first ever audit of the world’s most important temperature data set (HadCRUT4) has found it to be so riddled with errors and “freakishly improbable data” that it is effectively useless.

From the IPCC:

Global Warming of 1.5 °C, an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, in the context of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change, sustainable development, and efforts to eradicate poverty.

This is what consensus science brings you – groupthink with no quality control.

Oct 08 10:40

Denver hit with winter-like weather including possible snow on Columbus Day

Fog, snow, sleet, rain and frigid temperatures are forecast for Columbus Day on Monday, forecasters say.

It could start snowing as early as 7 a.m., according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. New snow accumulation of up to a half inch of snow is forecast.

Widespread fog, with some areas of dense fog will make it difficult to commute for those who have to work on Columbus Day, according to the forecast.

Oct 08 10:14

COLD WEATHER WARNING: Freezing temperatures to be more common ‘extreme events’ coming

COLD weather spells such as the Beast from the East are set to become more common as experts warn the melting of icecaps is exacerbating weather patterns across the globe.

A study of US weather patterns has revealed that conditions are becoming more extreme due to rapid Arctic warming.

Not only does the spiralling problem of global warming in the North Pole generate more major cold snaps across the globe, but it can also lead to drought, heat waves and storms.

More of this "Human caused global warming makes freezing weather" crap!

Oct 08 07:59

Skull and Bones Member William D. Nordhaus Wins Nobel Prize in Economics For " Integrating Climate Change Into Maco-Economic Analysis"

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2018 to William D. Nordhaus and Paul M. Romer

Laureate William Nordhaus’ research shows that the most efficient remedy for problems caused by greenhouse gas emissions is a global scheme of carbon taxes uniformly imposed on all countries. The diagram shows CO2 emissions for four climate policies according to his simulations.

Oct 06 10:39

Several inches of snow possible in Colorado mountains Friday, with cooler temps across the state

If you’re headed to the mountains Friday for an early start to the weekend, or going up on Saturday or Sunday, be sure to pack warm clothes, as snow is expected across higher elevations.

It was already snowing at the higher elevations as of 11 a.m. Friday, and the snow is expected to become more widespread throughout the day.

Oct 06 10:38

It's already snowing in Utah. Here are the earliest photos we've seen so far

The first signs of snowfall have already hit the Beehive State.

Oct 06 10:38


Well, we couldn't hide from it forever, and now it seems like it's here. That time of the year has finally come. The first snowfall in Michigan. Not even a week into October, and already parts of Michigan are seeing snowfall.

Oct 06 10:37

It's snowing on Mount Hood!

Finally, our poor naked mountain is getting dressed for the winter. That's right: It's snowing on Mount Hood.

Don't believe it, because when you look out the window you can no longer see Mount Hood, just a wall of gray sky? Well, luckily for you, KGW has a live stream of the white sprinkles from heaven coming down at Timberline Lodge.

Oct 06 09:12


It turns out the record highs you may have heard about for Tampa (International Airport weather station) were in error due to equipment problems with the sensors.

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Oct 05 12:44


Significant snow fell over Mount Bachelor in the past few days where 20-25 inches has covered most runs from the bases to the summit. Powderchasers was fortunate enough to be up there where locals were out skinning the deepness that was well compacted and certainly on the dense side (no one was complaining).

Oct 05 10:50

Canada: sea ice prevents crucial supply deliveries to isolated communities

Authorities in Canada’s Arctic north are scrambling to transport critical supplies to three isolated communities after the early arrival of sea ice prevented delivery barges from reaching in the region.

Oct 05 10:01

It's snowing in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

"Winter is coming: Snow reaches Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Oct 05 08:48

Israeli forces kill 7 Palestinians (including 2 teens & 12 year old), injure 509, in Gaza

Seven Palestinians, including two children, shot dead by Israeli soldiers on Friday during the Gaza border protests were laid to rest on Saturday in their hometowns across Gaza, reported WAFA correspondent.
Note: Where are all the peace loving Jews?

Oct 03 12:13

Calgary calls for help after massive winter wallop, 35+ cm

The snow is gradually easing across Alberta, but Tuesday's significant and record breaking WALLOP has certainly left its mark on the region. Calgary ground to a halt after nearly 40 cm of snow hammered the city, prompting appeals to neighbouring cities -- and as far away as Edmonton -- for additional snow removal equipment. This unusually cold pattern however, is set to last through the first half of October, meaning these massive mounds of snow aren't likely to go anywhere.

Oct 03 12:12


It’s snowing again in the Canadian Rockies! We can’t help but get a little excited seeing some of our favorite resorts up north blanketed in a fresh layer of white. It’s a great sign of what’s soon to come. The higher elevations received up TWO feet of the good stuff.

Oct 03 09:59

It's been snowing like crazy at Whistler Blackcomb today

With the calendar only two days into October, it appears that Calgary isn’t the only place getting an early-season visit from Old Man Winter.

A little closer to home here in BC, the white stuff has also been falling like crazy at Whistler Blackcomb.

In fact, it’s been snowing so much that Whistler COO Pete Sonntag couldn’t help but share a photo of the October winter wonderland.

Oct 02 12:20

Earth’s Thermosphere Record Cold & Auroras with No CME

NASA coming out stating that Earth’s Thermosphere is entering record territory and even mentions “Solar Minimum Cold” thats a huge change from warming, warming, warming. I feel the are covering themselves as it cools and people begin to ask questions. For example like how there was no geomagnetic storm and Earth had immense auroras over Alaska, how is that possible unless the magnetosphere is in decline.

Oct 02 12:12

Germany’s Expensive Rush Into Wind And Solar Has FAILED

Germany’s Federal Audit Office has accused the government of a catastrophic mis-management of the green energy transition (Energiewende). The wastage of resources is “unprecedented”.

A little more than a year before Germany’s climate-policy “milestone 2020”, the auditing body has concluded a catastrophic assessment of the government’s energy policy. Germany would miss its targets for both reducing greenhouse gas emissions and primary energy consumption as well as for increasing energy productivity and the share of renewable energy in transport. At the same time, policy makers had burdened the nation with enormous costs.

Here is a chart showing Germany and Denmark, the two countries that spent nearly a trillion Euros on wind and Solar, have the highest electricity rates in Europe:

Oct 02 09:24

Roads treacherous as snow wallops Calgary and area

We're only two weeks into fall, but western Alberta headed straight to winter Monday night.

The city and surrounding regions were hit with the first heavy snowfall of the season, making the roads and highways slick for morning commuters.

Calgary Transit reported Tuesday morning buses that travel on hills will have trouble navigating the slippery roads, so commuters with stops in the middle of hills are asked to wait at either the top or bottom.