Mar 24 12:50

Scott Adams: All the Hoaxes are Being Revealed at the Same Time

Top hoaxes by Dems are falling apart this week, one after the other
Where is the Tweeter in Chief? Why post-Mueller major-win silence?
Fox News Poll: Will Mueller report change your current opinion?
41% say Mueller report will NOT change their opinion
Climate change project update
Unexplained plateau and cooling period in middle of rising temps
It’s off-model for a plateau and cooling to have occurred
How does the pro-climate change side explain the anomaly?
Mueller is finished, no new indictments
FOX is taking victory laps
CNN is pretending nothing happened
MSNBC is sputtering and making up stuff

Mar 22 13:17

Scott Adams: False Memories, Russian Collusion, 2020 Forecast, and Climate Change Strategy

My dispute with Taleb that I’m not aware of, something about data
Update: “Fine People” HOAX and high concept word salads
False memories are the basic texture of our reality
Noted economist Russell Roberts, saw truth, changed his opinion
Anti-Trumpers preparing us for a “disappointing” Mueller report
Half of all published, peer reviewed studies are eventually proven wrong
War Strategy (whiteboard 1) as a guide to climate change strategy
2 top skeptical climate change arguments, (whiteboard 2)
Russian climate change prediction model
ONLY Russian model correctly predicted recent years
ONLY the Russian model fits dip that occurred in the 40s
Wikipedia NOT allowing the truth about “fine people” hoax, so far
@Unstumpable2016 posted truth with documentation
Within minutes, truth is taken down, hoax replaces it
Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia co-founder) personally monitoring

Mar 22 09:03

Watch This Retired Admiral Destroy Ted Cruz’s Climate Myths

Mar 21 10:17

Carbon Dioxide Cannot be the Cause of Global Warming

The trends of Carbon Dioxide levels are compared to the trends of Global Average Temperature to determine any causal connection during the period 1750 to 2016.

Mar 21 08:52

Yes, Capitalist Agribusiness Is The Main Cause Of Erosion, Floods, Fires – Not Climate Change

Yesterday, Fort Russ News ran an op-ed, scientific piece by Gary Wilson about climate change, and how the lack of manure in soil is one of the main causes of drought, erosion, floods, and fires.

This was an excellent analysis. As an ecologist myself, I agree with everything. Each ecosystem has been a result of changes over a very long time period. So, any sudden change can completely ruin an ecosystem. Animals and plants have been intertwined since they exist. This balance is so delicate and incredibly easy to destroy. And that’s exactly what has been happening. Increasingly urban populations are the main culprit. In order to feed billions of people living in cities, agriculture had to be industrialized.

Mar 20 13:40

AOC’s “Green New Deal” seeks to eliminate the very molecule that turns planets green: Carbon dioxide, the “molecule of life”

The Green New Deal (GND) peddled by Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (AOC) and her followers may appear to be named as such for the environmentalist ideals it promotes. But the reality is that a war on carbon dioxide is ultimately a war against life on Earth. With a growing number of climate experts are ...

Mar 20 11:36

Scott Adams: New Climate Change Challenge, Mr. Kellyanne Conway, and More

New Zealand is trying to keep an assholes name from being known
FOX respects the concept, CNN publishes his name
Mr. Kellyanne Conway vs. President Trump’s pushback tweets
President Trump’s genius: understanding what others don’t
CNN top headlines…there’s nothing new, recycled topics
Dem proposals with a common purpose, election rule changes
Everything the Dems are proposing…is to get them elected
Can an ancient white guy become a Democrat Presidential candidate?
Climate Change expert, American climatologist Patrick Michaels
Russian model shows lower temp increases, accurate so far
IF their model results CONTINUE to predict correctly…
…THEN, climate change isn’t a major problem
Geoff Price, @GeoffmPrice, annihilates skeptics of climate change
Patreon alternative, a donate button has been added to WhenHub
You can add donate button to your own webpage to receive donations

Mar 20 10:52

Dozens Of Independant Scientists, Orgs Rally Behind Trump’s Planned Climate Change (an anti Global Warming Scheme) Panel!!

If anyone would bother researching our climate history, as a planet, they'd know that changes happen and often. Mini Ice ages, full on Ice ages, pole reversals, upheavals and so much more. Study the ice core samples that we have and know, in geological time, all is well and change happens. More CO2, less CO2.. also on record. Ask yourself why the other planets are brightening, in our solar system, during 'climate' change.

It's always about the money. Problem, reaction, solution. Cause a problem... (CO2 and Carbon) proselytize the reaction, "OMG, we're all gonna keel over in 12 years.. etc etc".. Then give them a solution by charging them carbon credit 'taxes' for breathing, reproducing, fireplaces, furnaces, square feet of houses and cars..

Mar 19 16:43

Top US General Denies Plans to Leave 1,000 Troops in Syria

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joe Dunford issued a statement Monday denying weekend media reports that the US plans to leave around 1,000 troops in Syria, saying the reports are “factually incorrect.”

Dunford presented the current planned “residual force” as 200, saying that this hadn’t changed since February. The US announced 200 would stay on February 21, but on February 22 officially increased that number to 400.

It’s not clear from Dunford’s statement where the “incorrect” aspect of the new report, which came out of a Wall Street Journal, exists. That report suggested that the 1,000 figure was not yet finalized, but was being discussed. Dunford’s comments didn’t include any details on what is actually being discussed, but just that nothing was finalized.

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I think the multiple troop numbers being given, are simply a way of creating confusion about how many US troops the US does have in Syria.

Mar 19 16:32

Ocasio-Cortez’s Dream Of ‘Greening’ Every American Home Has A Massive Price Tag

The Green New Deal calls for upgrading every existing building in the U.S. to “maximum energy efficiency” within 10 years, but how much would that cost Americans to just replace common household appliances?

It would cost nearly $244 billion, according to a rough cost estimate put together by the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a ratepayer advocacy group. The group looked at the cost to replace natural gas-fueled furnaces, water heaters, stoves and dryers present in tens of millions of U.S. homes.

“The Green New Deal is not a practical solution for American consumers,” CEA President David Holt said in an emailed statement. CEA represents households, energy end-users, like businesses, and energy producers.

Mar 19 09:42

Catastrophic flooding caused by rapid snowmelt and heavy rain, agriculture devastated, U.S.

Rapid snowmelt and heavy rain combined to produce massive flooding across Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Wisconsin and South Dakota.

Historic to catastrophic flooding inundated homes and businesses and devastated farmlands following a powerful late-season winter storm that swept through the country last week.

The massive flooding event was triggered by a rare combination of rapid snowmelt, ice-covered rivers, saturated frozen soil, and heavy rain from the so-called "Bomb Cyclone" or Winter Storm "Ulmer," as it was named by The Weather Channel.

Mar 18 09:38

Border Patrol Rescues Five Illegal Immigrants Stranded on Arizona Mountain

Five illegal immigrants should be thanking their lucky stars the good men and women of the Border Patrol saved their lives.

Agents rescued five illegal aliens trapped on a snowy Arizona mountain this past Thursday, U.S Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed and Fox News reported.

Mar 18 09:17

Severe floods hit England's Yorkshire, U.K.

Severe flooding hit Yorkshire, England, U.K. on March 16 and 17, 2019 after parts of the region saw more than half of their monthly rainfall average in just 24 hours.

Firefighters worked through the night to save Calderdale and Huddersfield after massively swollen River Calder flooded the region. Capel Curig in Conwy County was one of the worst-hit areas over after 136.6 mm (5.37 inches) of rain fell in just 24 hours on March 16 - this is more than half of its monthly rainfall average.

The floods caused traffic disruption and forced numerous high-water rescues.

Mar 17 10:54

Levees Breached in Midwest as Record Flooding Turns Deadly

Authorities were using boats and large vehicles on Saturday to rescue and evacuate residents in parts of the Midwest where a recent deluge of rainwater and snowmelt poured over frozen ground, overwhelming creeks and rivers and killing at least one person.

Rescue efforts in eastern Nebraska were hampered by reports of levee breaches and washouts of bridges and roads, including part of Nebraska Highway 92, leading in and out of southwest Omaha. Authorities confirmed that a bridge on that highway that crosses the Elkhorn River had been washed out Saturday. In Fremont, west of Omaha, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office issued a mandatory evacuation for some residents after floodwaters broke through a levee along the Platte River. And in Mills County, Iowa, authorities ordered people in some rural areas to evacuate after the Missouri River overtopped levees.

Mar 16 10:20

Scott Adams: Vetos, White Nationalists, Bernie’s Head Injury, Beto the Hacker

Do CNN people believe their Charlottesville “fine people” hoax?
Is it a self-inflicted false memory they can’t see?
President Trump vetos congress rejection of National Emergency
Gotcha! question to President Trump about “white supremacists”
Either way he answered, enemy press would claim he’s racist
“Honeymooning alone”, vacationing and traveling alone
Two people who want to do the same thing, same time?
Beto has acknowledged being a hacker, a thief, when he was younger
Does Hollywood support a guy who pirated their work?
His hacker name was “psychedelic” something or other
The tell for people whom have done psychedelic drugs?
They think their barriers are artificial and can be overcome
The world around them is a construct of their own minds
The “Candace Owens Effect”
You’re an observer, a person talking about the news
Suddenly you’re part of the story

Mar 15 12:19

A Surprising Snow Storm in the mountains

So far this winter started out being very tame and I’m speaking about snow and freezing temperatures. Our previous six years have been moderate until the month of February 2019. On the evening of Monday the forth of February temperatures dropped below freezing accompanied by a serious storm. Overnight and by morning this innocent storm deposited over 12 inches at my home in Bass Lake Heights. Those of us in this neighborhood who had commitments, such as jobs, attending school etc. were now snow bound. The snow fall was a problem and the steep hills of Balsam and Manzanita Drive added to this scenario. Both roads were the only streets leading to Highway 426 and Oakhurst.

Mar 15 12:18

As snow piled up, Green Bay issued more than 100 fines for unshoveled sidewalks

Remember when it kept snowing, and we thought our city would turn into a sarcophagus of snow and ice?

It turns out all that snowfall led to more complaints about unshoveled sidewalks.

Within a nearly five-week span, the city of Green Bay issued 103 invoices to property owners who didn't adequately clear their sidewalks, according to records obtained by the Press-Gazette. The city sent out 164 in all of 2018, some of which seemed to coincide with last year's April blizzard.

Mar 15 12:17

It’s snowing in California vineyards, and winemakers are loving it

“These cold, snowy winters keep vines in that nice sustained dormancy state,” says Kevin Jones, whose family owns Lava Cap Winery in Placerville. At 2,700 feet elevation, the vineyard has received between 14 and 18 inches of snow so far this year, whereas 9 to 12 inches is typical.

Mar 15 12:15

High temperatures in Billings to finally approach normal this weekend

For the first time in more than a month, Billings could see a high temperature reach the historical average this weekend....

Mar 15 11:34

FLASHBACK - ‘Gender-Equal Snow Ploughing’ Plunges Stockholm into Chaos

Previously, fresh snowfalls were cleared first from main roads and by areas like construction sites before being removed from pavements and cycle lanes. As men are more likely to drive and women more likely to travel on foot, more women slipped on the ice which led to complaints that the system was sexist.

Vice-mayor of Stockholm, the Green Party’s Daniel Helldén, admitted that “equality snow removal” had failed the city, and apologised to residents who had injured themselves as a result.

When the Red-Green coalition, comprising politicians from the Social Democratic Party, Green Party, Left Party, and Feminist Initiative, were elected to City Hall in 2014 the introduction of a “feminist” snow clearance was high on the agenda.

Mar 15 09:16

'Cyclone of historic proportions' hits U.S., sets barometric pressure records, strands over 1 100 drivers and leaves nearly 200 000 without power

Powerful winter storm rapidly intensified over the central United States on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, producing blizzard conditions and widespread hurricane-force wind gusts. Over 1 100 drivers were stranded, at least one person has been killed and nearly 200 000 left without power.

The storm across the central Plains will continue to bring blizzard conditions to parts of the northern Plains and Rockies through Thursday, where travel remains difficult, the National Weather Service warns. Heavy rain, snowmelt, and ice jams on rivers have produced widespread flooding across the Upper Midwest. Meanwhile, severe storms with damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes are possible from the Great Lakes to the South.

Mar 14 09:58

A Powerful 'Bomb Cyclone' Could Impact 70 Million Americans. Here's Everything to Know

A “bomb cyclone” is approaching the central U.S. and is expected to bring blizzard conditions and strong winds to a major portion of the country.

Mar 13 12:04

Wyoming Closures / Advisories / Restrictions

Mar 13 11:54

It's snowing heavily on Dartmoor - no, REALLY

In a stark contrast to the grim, wet weather Storm Gareth has brought elsewhere in Devon, SNOW has blanketed parts of Dartmoor today.

Below freezing temperatures on the highest parts of the moors, particularly in the Postbridge area, has seen sleet suddenly turn into snow and settle.

Photographs show Hookney Tor thick with the white stuff this morning, captured by local resident Mark Shackleton.

Other tors, including Higher White tor and Hameldown tor, can be seen topped with snow from a distance.

Mar 13 11:53

Spring Sports Begin, Snow Fills Most Fields

February's record snowfall still covers most of the high school baseball, softball, and lacrosse fields across the Northland.

"There's nothing better than a softball game in 60 degree weather and the sun coming out," shared Dan Stauber, Activities Director for Proctor.

But that day is a few weeks out, to be sure. Their first baseball game at Egerdahl is slated for April 4th.

Mar 13 11:52

Snow again?!? Winter is determined not to go down without a fight

Winter has but a little over a week left on the calendar...and it is just not going down without a fight.

Some surprise snow fell across parts of the far North Sound and in the Cascade foothills early Tuesday morning as the lingering effects of a cold front that swept through overnight brought a Puget Sound Convergence Zone and that knocked snow levels down to a few hundred feet again.

Mar 13 11:52

The "Bomb Cyclone" Is Back And It's Ready To Explode Into A Hurricane

A powerful winter storm is forecasted "to intensify explosively" in the southwest US on Tuesday into Wednesday, unleashing a wide array of life-threatening weather hazards for tens of millions of Americans, reported Axios.

The impact area is expected from North Texas through the Dakotas and Minnesota is expected to be hit the hardest. The storm will likely qualify as a meteorological "bomb" — short for bombogenesis, which describes storms whose central pressure drops 24 millibars in 24 hours. The lower the pressure and the quicker it drops, the more powerful the storm. This could be one for the record books.

Mar 13 10:08

FLASHBACK 2015 - Guess Who's Reaping Hundreds of Billions From Iraq's Oil?

I listened to John Kerry’s optimistic speech at the COP21 Paris climate talks about how the United States is allegedly stepping up to the financial challenge to help poor countries that are or will be facing life-threatening consequences from catastrophic climate change disasters with a sense cynicism.

Some might argue that it is possible that President Obama and John Kerry are trying, but their powers are limited for the reason that they owe their allegiance to the petroleum and weapon industries.

But why then would the US government spend trillions of dollars on missiles, drones, fighter jets, and an infinite supply of bombs to gain oil control in the Middle East if the White House and Congress cared about transitioning from fossil fuels?

Mar 12 15:46

Colorado weather: Why Wednesday’s blizzard could be the state’s strongest storm in decades

You’ve probably heard by now that much of eastern Colorado, including Denver, is likely to get walloped by a major blizzard on Wednesday.

Mar 12 11:43

Denver weather: Midweek storm could drop 6 inches of snow in Denver, 15 inches in mountains

Warmer temperatures reaching the mid-60s by Tuesday will soon be forgotten after a storm system drops rain and then snow in the middle of the week, according to forecasters.

The high temperatures in the first part of the week will be around 54 on Monday and 64 on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

Scattered snow will fall in the Colorado’s high country on Monday.

A northeasterly storm system will bring rain Tuesday night and early Wednesday. Between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Wednesday it could start snowing, the NWS says.

Mar 12 11:28

Geologist Accuses Apple of Political Bias in Removing App Countering Climate Alarmism

Political figures who support the so-called Green New Deal and other proposals to restrict carbon dioxide emissions are up against some “inconvenient facts” that Americans may access immediately through a smartphone application, a geologist and author says.

But there’s one big problem.

The app, called Inconvenient Facts, is available only to Android users through the Google Play Store. Since March 4, users of Apple’s iPhone no longer can access the app through the tech giant’s App Store.

Why is that?

Mar 12 10:12

‘Immediate Harm To Millions’: AFL-CIO Tears Apart Green New Deal

The largest organization of labor unions in the U.S. slammed the Green New Deal Friday for combating climate change by threatening the livelihoods of millions of Americans.

The AFL-CIO sent a letter on Friday to Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, the two lawmakers leading the Green New Deal push in Congress. The labor group demanded a larger role in crafting future solutions, slamming the current proposal as “not achievable or realistic.”

Mar 12 08:57

Powerful winter storm to impact U.S. with heavy snow, severe thunderstorms, heavy to excessive rain and widespread strong winds

A powerful late-season winter storm will lift up into the Four Corners region on Tuesday, March 12 and then rapidly intensify across the central Plains on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. A number of hazards are expected from this powerful system: heavy snow with likely blizzard conditions, severe thunderstorms, heavy to excessive rain with an increasing flood threat across the Midwest and Mississippi Valley and widespread strong winds.

The strong mid to upper level closed low moving from northwest Mexico/Southwest U.S. Tuesday into the Southern to Central Plains Wednesday and Thursday will be the driver for a very active weather pattern over large portions of the nation over the next few days, NWS forecaster Oravec noted 07:25 UTC (03:25 EST), March 12.

Mar 11 16:23

Snow expected in San Diego County mountains Monday and Tuesday

A winter storm warning went into effect in the San Diego County mountains at noon Monday as a blustery system was expected to move into the region, bringing up to 4 inches of snow between 5,000 feet and 6,000 feet.

The snowfall could reach 8 inches or more above 6,000 feet, says the National Weather Service.

Mar 11 12:09

Venezuela Aided Poor Americans With Free Heating Oil

Mar 11 12:08

Minnesota Judge Issues Injunction Against Old Man Winter, Banning Any More Snow

A Minnesota judge has not only complained about the weather—he decided to do something about it.

In a March 7 order, Judge Kevin Burke issued an injunction barring any more snow this winter in specified areas of Minnesota—especially in Hennepin County where he presides. Above the Law, WCCO and the Star Tribune have coverage. Burke identified the plaintiffs as the citizens of Minnesota, represented by the law firm of “Sue, Grabit, and Run.

The defendants were listed as “Minnesota Meteorologists, Old Man Winter and Mr. Snow.”

Mar 11 10:48

Your pictures as snow falls across Derby and Derbyshire

Snow fell in Derby and Derbyshire overnight but has now turned to rain in many areas.

The Met Office issued a yellow snow and ice warning for the East Midlands yesterday.

The snowfall was predicted to start at around 3am today and continue until 11am.

This morning, drivers have reported hazardous conditions due to the snow, rain and strong winds.

Key routes into the city including the A52 are very wet and drivers are urged to take extra care.

Send us your pictures to [email protected] and we'll include them in our blog below.

Mar 11 10:47

It's Our Turn: Sick of the white stuff

I've always kind of liked snow and winter. But this year is taking its toll.

It seems like every day we get more snow that needs to be shoveled and put somewhere. With all the snow piled up along the edges of roads and walkways, I'm starting to feel like a rat trapped in a white maze.

A couple of weeks ago, I finally got around to clearing the snow off the roof of my house. For the last month or so it was blowing off and didn't look too deep. But after the last heavy snow, it really started piling up. So, up on the roof I went. About 20-some tons of snow later (I calculated it while resting between shoveling), I was wiped out and my Saturday was gone.

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Mar 11 09:23

Carbon Tax Crosses over to House

CB: … the climate commission’s work has only begun. The 20-member group has adopted a landmark sea level rise report, which includes online mapping tools for the public and state agencies to use for planning. In November, it unanimously called on the Legislature to pass a carbon tax to incentivize people to change their habits for the planet’s well-being (environmentalists’ private profit)….

On the Senate side, the biggest is a proposed carbon tax — a sweeping environmental policy reform that would affect virtually everyone in Hawaii.

Senate Bill 1463, introduced by Sen. Karl Rhoads and six colleagues, unanimously passed the 25-member chamber. It was transmitted to the 51-member House on Tuesday.

It’s the only version of a carbon tax still alive. Two House bills, far different than Rhoads’ proposal, died without a hearing. One related measure, House Bill 1584, is still moving forward but it only calls for a study by the University of Hawaii….

Mar 11 08:46


During a speech on “climate” by Justin Trudeau, Aamjiwnaang First Nation community organizer Vanessa Gray was assaulted by a member of the audience, while the Canadian Prime Minister looked on and did nothing. Vanessa Gray tells us what happened in her own words.

Mar 10 10:48

Food Shortages & Unrest - Italian Olive Growers Mobilize for "Frost Emergency" - Grand Solar Minimum

Mar 09 12:28

Trump Climate Panel Could Expose Huge Fraud, Hence the Hysteria

The collective freak out over President Donald Trump's proposed Presidential Committee on Climate Science (PCCS) highlights the fact that the hysteria surrounding the man-made global-warming hypothesis is unscientific — and that it must be re-examined by competent, credible experts. According to scientists and experts, if the science on “climate change” were truly settled, Democrats, tax-funded climate alarmists, and the establishment media would all be celebrating another committee to confirm that “conclusion.” Instead, the unhinged shrieking over Trump's plan to investigate the matter strongly suggests something very fishy is going on, critics argued. Indeed, there is a good chance that even more fraud could be revealed.

Mar 09 11:20

My Daughter's New Agenda 21 Eco-Friendly Bedroom

Mar 08 15:34

Global Warming A "Hoax And Scam" Pushed By Greedy Government Scientists: Greenpeace Co-Founder

The co-founder and former president of Greenpeace, Patrick Moore, says that climate change is a "complete hoax and scam," which has been "taking over science with superstition and a kind of toxic combination of religion and political ideology."

Moore, who recently made headlines for calling Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a "pompous little twit" and "garden-variety hypocrite" on climate change, sat down with SiriusXM's Breitbart News Tonight with hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak.

The Greenpeace co-founder's message echoes that of John Coleman, the late Weather Channel founder who called global warming "the greatest scam in history."

Moore told Breitbart how fear and guilt are driving the climate change argument, reports Breitbart News.

Mar 08 15:00

Lake Tahoe ski season extended due to record snow

Lake Tahoe’s ski season has been extended because of record snow.

Squaw Valley Ski Resort announced they are staying open until July 7 after February broke the resort’s record for most snowfall in a month.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows has already seen 50 feet of snow this winter, beating their yearly average of 37 feet with a large chunk of winter still to go, they announced.

Mar 08 14:16


A winter storm is bearing down on the Central Plains and the Midwest heading into the weekend and some areas could see more than a foot of snow by the time it’s all over. The storm, called Winter Storm Taylor by The Weather Channel, was expected to start dropping snow in the area as early as Friday night.

On Friday, the storm was making its way across the west eastwards to the Central Plains and the Midwest where it was then expected to bring more snow. Cyclogenesis was expected to occur Friday night and early Saturday east of the Rockies, according to the National Weather Service. This happens when the low-pressure system intensifies into a stronger cyclone movement, according to the NWS.

Mar 08 14:16

Airlines Are Waiving Change Fees Ahead of Major Winter Storm This Weekend

Spring may be imminent, but winter isn’t over yet. This weekend, a brutal storm is expected to hit the upper Midwest and airlines are working to get ahead of expected delays, grounded planes, missed connections and frustrated passengers.

The four biggest airlines in the U.S. — Delta, United, American and Southwest — are all issuing flexible rebooking waivers for passengers traveling through covered airports in the Midwest. JetBlue and Sun Country are also waiving fees for travelers at some airports.

Mar 08 13:32

Why “climate change deniers” are better for the environment than politicians

Skeptics of human-caused climate change are more environmentally conscious than people who believe climate change is undeniably caused by human action.

A study last year found that climate change skeptics were more likely than the most ardent believers to adjust personal behavior to be more environmentally conscious.

“Belief in climate change predicted support for government policies to combat climate change, but did not generally translate to individual-level, self-reported pro-environmental behavior,” said the paper.

So they want the government to step in and force people to reduce their “carbon footprint,” but they aren’t willing to simply make those changes in their own lives. It’s the selfish attitude, why should I sacrifice if everyone else isn’t going to?

Except that normal people already treat their environment well, even as they are skeptical of how big the crisis really is, and what exactly caused it.

Mar 08 11:18

Life in the Green New Deal 'Paradise'? Nasty, Brutish, and Short.

Not long ago, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC — one of the best comedy accounts on Twitter) released (then retracted, and then disclaimed) the "Justice Democrats'" Green New Deal FAQ. (See @AOC and the Magic Choo-Choo.)

The GND's promises just didn't add up, but mere arithmetic often doesn't discourage a true believer. I started pondering what life would be like under the Green New Deal. (This is Part One of a two-part series. In the second part, we'll consider what can really be done to make transportation better.)

Welcome to the Green Paradise
The phone rings with its piercing "I don't care if you set do-not-disturb" ring. You wake, heart pounding. It's Mom.

"Mom? What happened? What's wrong?"

"It's your grandmother, honey. She's in the National Health — she fell and broke her hip."

"Oh my God! What are they doing?"

"Right now, they're keeping her comfortable. The Surgery Board meets today at 10, but she's 86, and, well..." her voice trails off.

Mar 08 09:52

Dr. Happer will set them free

It was easy enough to predict that Trump would appoint Dr. William Happer to set up a Presidential Committee on Climate Science.

Two years have passed and have been lost. The first years of the Trump administration were hobbled by poor Cabinet picks, a proportion of whom conspired against him and others who were just hopeless. Scott Pruitt at the EPA should have got on with Dr Happer's appointment straight away but instead spent $3.5 million on his own security detail. In the meantime, the climate juggernaut rolled on, producing 1,500 pages of alarmist nonsense in an official government report.

You can tell how important Dr Happer is by the forces that have been marshaled against him. The three major lefty media organizations — CNN, the Washington Post, and the New York Times — all came out to say Dr. Happer's efforts would be wasted. The Democrats are alarmed, calling Dr Happer's proposed panel "dangerous."

Mar 08 09:10

Bernie Sanders blames climate change for Alabama tornado death toll

“The science is clear, climate change is making extreme weather events, including tornadoes, worse,” the independent Vermont senator said in a Facebook post linking to an EcoWatch article on the tornado.

“We must prepare for the impacts of climate change that we know are coming. The full resources of the federal government must be provided to these families. Our thoughts are with the people of Alabama and their families.”

Mar 07 12:17

Fatal Flaw In Climate Change Science

We must stop pollution for reasons of biosphere toxicity, NOT because of climate change. The TSI model of solar forcing ignores nearly all climate forcing aspects of space weather AND applies that forcing to the human total. This video shows that fact in a way that anyone can understand.


Mar 07 12:13

FLASHBACK - 1989: U.N. Predicts Disaster by 2000 if Global Warming Not Checked: “Entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth.”

A senior U.N. environmental official says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000.

Coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of ?eco- refugees,? ? threatening political chaos, said Noel Brown, director of the New York office of the U.N. Environment Program, or UNEP.

He said governments have a 10-year window of opportunity to solve the greenhouse effect before it goes beyond human control.

As the warming melts polar icecaps, ocean levels will rise by up to three feet, enough to cover the Maldives and other flat island nations, Brown told The Associated Press in an interview on Wednesday.

Mar 07 09:07

When Bubbles Burst – Tesla, The Everything Cycle and the End of Global Warming

As the center of the U.S. freezes this weekend, Elon Musk is trying to figure out how to save Tesla from going the way of Enron.

Religions die hard. It takes an orgy of evidence to change a person’s mind on a subject that is integral to their moral and ethical structure.

In the case of Tesla, the mania surrounding it over the past decade has been inextricably bound up with the hysteria of global warming.

For years investors ignored the obvious warning signs that Tesla would never be able to graduate from a boutique, hand-built car manufacturer and technology skunk works to a mass producer.

I’ve been very hard on Musk in the past, with good reason. But, as a guy with vision I applaud him getting Tesla off the ground and legitimizing the idea of the upscale electric car.

Mar 07 08:17

Heavy rain and snow hit Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran, leaving more than 50 people dead

Heavy rainfall and snowfall hit several areas of Afghanistan, Pakistan and eastern Iran over the last few days, causing flash floods and landslides in which more than 50 people lost their lives.

As of 14:00 UTC on March 5, the death toll reached 50 people, dozens of people were injured and at least 10 remain missing. At least 25 people were reported dead in Pakistan, 20 in Afghanistan and 5 in eastern Iran.

Mar 06 13:22

Drivers, Plows Dealing With Drifting Snow

It seems like the roads may never be clear of snow.

People all over KELOLAND have been running into blowing a drifting snows as they've gotten behind the wheel the last few days.

It was definitely the case Monday night in Corson County. The Corson County Sheriff's Office posted a video on Facebook of Highway 12 west of McIntosh.

The drifts were already stretching into the lane and the wind was whipping snow across the road.

Mar 06 13:22

AccuWeather: Blast of bitter cold continues

A bitter blast has moved into the New York area and temperatures will remain unseasonably cold over the next few days.

Mar 06 13:21

Wet, Heavy Snow Blankets Westchester

CBS2's Tony Aiello explains why the wet, heavy snowing was the "tipping point" for many people cleaning up in Westchester County.

Mar 06 12:14

Gigantic 2,789-square meter snow maze that took 12 workers three weeks to build in -30F temperatures in Canada officially breaks the record for the biggest in the world

A Canadian man has broken the world record for the largest snow maze on Earth - with the help of 300 semi-trucks and just over 4000 tonnes of man-made powder.

Clint Masse's incredible creation measured in at a staggering 2,789.114 square meters when the Guinness World Records visited Manitoba, in Canada last month. It eclipsed the previous record by over 1000 sq ft.

Masse has been crafting corn mazes on his farm in St. Adolphe for two decades, but after a difficult harvest last year, the father of two came up with a unorthodox idea to turn his family's fortunes around.

'In October 2018, we had some of the worst weather we've ever had,' Masse told 'Then one of our staff showed us the current Guinness World Record for a snow maze, and we thought about it and said: "You know, it's going to be a tonne of work - but it's doable."'

Mar 05 13:43

Heavy, wet snow, wintry mix hits Delaware, Lehigh Valleys

Residents across the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys are dealing with another round of winter weather as we start the month of March.

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for much of eastern Pennsylvania with heavy wet snow and sleet and accumulations of four to eight inches expected.

Before the snow started to stick, salt trucks were out coating the roads in Allentown.

"They're gonna be out there throughout the night. We'll have a full complement of drivers that are gonna be on the roadway. They do 12-hour shifts," said Sean Brown with PennDOT.

Mar 05 13:42

AccuWeather: Blast of bitter cold moves in

A bitter blast of frigid temperatures has moved into the New York area that will bring some of the coldest air of the winter over the next few days.

Mar 05 13:42

Icy conditions lead to delays at Dublin Airport

Passengers have been experiencing long delays at Dublin airport following widespread snowfall in the midlands and east of the country.

Met Éireann’s Status Yellow snow and ice warning is due to remain in place until 8am this morning.

Drivers have been urged to take extra care on the roads with frost, fog and lying snow remaining in many areas.

Mar 05 13:42

Snow brings back slick conditions going into Monday commute

Snow returned throughout Pennsylvania Sunday, making getting around a bit tricky.

It started to accumulate a little bit more, so drivers should be more careful driving.

Speed limits have been reduced to 45 miles per hour on roads throughout the area, including Interstates 80, 81, 84, and 380.

In anticipation of slick conditions Monday morning, many schools have already announced delays.

Mar 05 13:41

Brockton forced to tow 64 cars during heaviest snowstorm of the year

With 180 pieces of snow removal and salting equipment on the road, the city of Brockton dug itself out from under 14 inches of wet, heavy snow on Monday.

Mar 05 13:41

The snow had everyone remembering the Beast From The East

Storm Freya brought with it hazardous driving conditions, cancelled matches and a dose of nostalgia.

As snow fell across parts of the country on Sunday, many people began remembering 2018's Beast From The East, which hit Ireland a little over one year ago.

And as snow blanketed parts of the country again, many wondered if Groundhog Day was among us.

Mar 05 12:35

Do Democrats want to take away Americans' hamburgers?

Is nothing sacred? Democrats want to take away hamburgers from the American people, an ex-Trump aide has warned.

The wild claim about a supposed plot to ban the national food came from onetime White House aide Sebastian Gorka at a conservative political jamboree.

The humble ground-beef patty has become ammunition in a US cultural food fight since a Democrat dared to suggest Americans eat fewer of the sandwiches.

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been touting a climate change plan.

Mar 05 11:51

Scott Adams: Talking to Dr. Shiva About Climate Change

The earth maintains equilibrium via multiple processes
Those processes NEUTRALIZE climate change
Richard Lindzen’s “Iris effect” has been confirmed true
Cloud shape changes with CO2 increase, neutralizes increase
Cloud and water vapor changes from CO2, NOT in the models
There is NO sharp rate increase in temperature over the last 50 years
2.5B years ago, the sun was putting out 30% LESS energy
With 30% less sun energy…earth temperatures barely colder
The earth maintained equilibrium via clouds and water vapor
Multi-dimensional problems can’t be reduced to a single variable (like CO2)
People don’t understand math and physics, they’re being bamboozled
CO2 doubled already, temp should be up 4 degrees, per models
The models are NOT supported by the data
Actual temperature increase has only been half degree

Mar 05 11:39

Doug Casey On The Climate-Change Hoax, Part 1

Not many people would go out on record and say this. After all, the idea of man-made climate change is practically universally accepted at this point, at least among the general public.

But Doug Casey says this notion is nothing more than hysteria. Strategic Investor editor E.B. Tucker shares this controversial opinion.

So I recently got them both on the phone to discuss this matter. Doug and E.B. had so much to say that we decided to run the interview as a special, two-part Conversations with Casey. Look for the second part of this discussion tomorrow.

And if you missed last night’s landmark event – when both Doug and E.B. went on record and revealed the No. 1 way to make a fortune in 2019 – we have a special offer for you at the end of today’s interview.

Mar 04 13:47

Live: Extremely cold temps into Monday morning

A winter storm will bring snow to much of Colorado this weekend with winter storm watches and warnings already in effect; mountain roads are likely to see increasing numbers of closures into Sunday morning.

Denver and the eastern plains will be cold Sunday morning, with snow continuing throughout the day. Sunday's high temperature will only reach 13 degrees with a wind chill factor of -6. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the entire I-25 corridor through Sunday mid-morning.

Winter Storm Warnings have also been posted for the mountains through Monday morning. Snowfall may exceed two feet in the mountains over the weekend as a series of storm systems pour in from the West Coast.

Mar 04 13:47

Maryland weather: It's snowing in Baltimore again. Here's when it will stop.

Sunday brought a mostly unwelcome visitor to Baltimore — the snow.

When will it taper off and what does that mean for the Monday morning commute?

A winter weather advisory for the city of Baltimore and a winter weather warning for the surrounding areas (northern Baltimore County, Harford County and Carroll County) went into effect Sunday afternoon and remains until 4 a.m. Monday. Though the precipitation is expected to depart before the morning rush hour, temperatures in the low 30s could cause slippery road conditions.

Mar 04 12:20

Scott Adams: Persuasion Scorecard For Politics so Far This Year. Who is Winning?

Debate and persuasion are NOT the same thing
You can win a debate WITHOUT changing anyone’s mind
Fact-checking complaints, show you are stuck in “debate mindset”
Facts, ethics, morality and persuasion effectiveness
Persuasion Scorecard - Rating various political persuasion plays
Jussie Smollett helped convince a lot of people that fake news exists
“Rights” are an invention of government to grant or deny permissions
If President Trump promotes Gen IV nuclear power solutions, he wins
Gen IV is an available, practical solution for climate change
The Left considers climate change their signature issue, and yet…
…they aren’t aware that Gen IV is a safe, existing solution
Gen IV is what we should be doing, even if climate change isn’t real
What if Dems use Executive Orders once they return to power?
The EOs they might declare, and what might happen

Mar 04 11:01

The Truth About Greenhouse Gases

The message is clear that several factors must influence the earth’s temperature, and that while CO2 is one of these factors, it is seldom the dominant one. The other factors are not well understood. Plausible candidates are spontaneous variations of the complicated fluid flow patterns in the oceans and atmosphere of the earth—perhaps influenced by continental drift, volcanoes, variations of the earth’s orbital parameters (ellipticity, spin-axis orientation, etc.), asteroid and comet impacts, variations in the sun’s output (not only the visible radiation but the amount of ultraviolet light, and the solar wind with its magnetic field), variations in cosmic rays leading to variations in cloud cover, and other causes.

Mar 03 10:33

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez A ‘Pompous Little Twit,’ Per Greenpeace Co-Founder; Trump Also Mocks Green New Deal

Democratic politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been on the rise ever since having been elected to serve in the House of Representatives in late June of 2018. More recently, however, she has become one of the political faces behind the ambitious Green New Deal, a Democrat-led proposal that would ostensibly see a “massive transformation of our society,” one which would include a total divestment from fossil fuels in addition to a controversial proposal to provide “economic security for all who are unable or unwilling to work,” per CNBC.

Not everyone is a fan of this proposal, however — as was made quite evident by ridicule from Republican quarters, including President Trump himself. During the Conservative Political Action Conference today, President Trump mocked the Green New Deal, per Fox News, going so far as to suggest that the Democrats should run with it in order to improve his own electoral future.

Mar 03 10:33

With first jab of snow over, region braces for more significant storm

The region weathered its first major snow event of the year Saturday without batting an eye, as residents prepared for a potentially more impactful storm that’s barreling across the country and toward Connecticut just in time for the work week to begin.

Saturday’s storm dropped roughly 5 inches of snow over the Southeastern portion of the state, with lower amounts in Windham County. The precipitation largely wrapped up by mid-morning and residents began using snow blowers and muscle power to clear the fluffy masses off driveways and sidewalks even before the last flakes fell.

The snow led to early parking bans, but few traffic issues beyond a few reported spinouts, local police departments said. The snow did lead to the postponement of a few community events, including a winter-themed fundraiser set for Norwich Free Academy.

Mar 03 10:32

Heavy snowstorm heading to the Northeast Friday night: What you need to know

A snowstorm is heading for the Northeast Friday night.

The snow will mostly impact the New York City to Boston region — sparing residents near Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Mar 03 10:32

Day of steady snow comes to end, with bone-chilling cold to follow Sunday

Frigid weather that could break temperature records will move into Minnesota this weekend on the heels of a snowstorm that led to hundreds of crashes on roads across the Twin Cities and beyond.

About 3 to 6 inches of snow fell through the day and into the evening Friday across a wide swath of southern and central Minnesota. The higher snow totals of 5 or 6 inches were mostly concentrated in the Twin Cities metro area, with 5.6 inches at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Maple Grove reporting 6.5 inches, the National Weather Service in Chanhassen said. St. Cloud saw 3.9 inches, Red Wing 3.5 and Rochester 3.

The city of St. Paul declared a snow emergency, its sixth in five weeks. Minneapolis did not declare a snow emergency Friday, but winter parking restrictions remain in effect.

Mar 03 10:31

AccuWeather Alert: Winter storm warning issued for New York City, surrounding areas

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect from Sunday afternoon through early Monday morning for the entire Tri-State region.

The next major system arrives on Sunday afternoon as a mix of snow and rain before changing to all snow at night.

Storm totals look to be in the 3"-6" range for New York City, but 6"-8" (Locally 10") just to the north. Expect lower accumulations south and east of the city, where rain can stay mixed in with the snow for a longer period of time Sunday evening.

The snow will wind down by daybreak on Monday, but expect a very messy Monday morning commute with lots of snow-covered roads.

Mar 03 10:31

Robertson: Shoveling snow

Shoveling snow isn't as much fun as it used to be, especially when it reaches depths of 12-inches or more. However, it can spark a few memories from the past that you had long forgotten until that special moment when special moments are once again fresh and sweet in your mind.

Mar 03 10:31

Schilling: February put us in good shape for snow

February turned out to be a good month for us, not only up in the Sierra but also in the valley. Our basins are doing well and if we were to stop right now and not get any more snow, they would still be over 100 percent in places like the Truckee, Walker, Carson, and Tahoe.

While this is not as epic of a winter season as a couple years ago, it’s still been a really good snow season for our ski resorts. Most of our ski resorts are reporting anywhere between thirty to nearly fifty feet of snow so far this season.

This is fantastic news, granted many areas could probably use a break. While we’ve gotten breaks every once in a while, they’ve been short lived with more storms lined up. At this point in time it appears that the weather pattern will stay the same at least through the first week of March.

As we’ve learned it’s not only the snow that can make travel dangerous, but also the wind. Strong winds can topple over semi trucks and lower visibility if it’s snowing or raining.

Mar 03 10:30

Snow Ends This Afternoon, Second Storm Sunday Night

Snow has overspread the area and will continue to be steady throughout the morning and into the early afternoon. West of route 495 the snow will be much lighter and I'm not expecting more than an inch or two. Closer to Boston area there could be three inches with the possibility of a little more over interior southeastern Massachusetts. The snow will wind down this afternoon but will likely linger along the coast through 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. There may even be some sunshine over western areas before it sets before 6 p.m.

Mar 03 10:30

UPDATE: Parking ban lifts this afternoon

The National Weather Service in Norton is reporting that, as of 7:48 a.m., there is a total accumulation of 1.2 in. in the New Bedford area, and as the day moves into the afternoon they are expected an additional snowfall of 1.5 to 2 in.

Winds are expected to be consistent around 10 to 15 miles an hour with occasional gusts of 30 miles per hour.

The snow should subside by some point this afternoon, but we aren’t out of the woods yet, as another snow storm set to begin Sunday night is looming over the region.

Mar 03 09:46

Last weeks blizzard from southern MN

This is an incredible comparison of Interstate 90 across southern Minnesota. You photo is how it normally looks and bottom photo is how it looks right now crazy!

Mar 02 10:36

LET IT SNOW! Viewers send in photos and videos of snow across MD

As promised... it's snowing... AGAIN!

The latest round of winter weather packed a punch overnight!

From Edgewood to Hampstead, we're seeing snow!

We want to see what it's like in your neighborhood.

Mar 02 10:35

Snow burst delays school openings in Morris

A stronger-than-expected burst of snow early Friday morning resulted in some delayed school openings and at least one closure in Morris County.

UPDATE: The Montville School District, which had previously announced a delayed opening, has announced a full closure for the day.

"It is snowing quite heavily and the roads are slippery," Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano advised residents on his Facebook page at 6 a.m. "Our DPW trucks are salting the roads at this time. The snow should continue for another hour, please be safe out there."

Mar 02 10:35

Snow- and ice-packed dumpsters overflowing downtown

There are growing complaints about overflowing dumpsters in Omaha's Old Market. The narrow alleys there are already hard to maneuver while snow and ice have trash haulers backing off.

Days after it stopped snowing, the trash is piling up in an alley splitting two blocks in the heart of the Old Market.

His office above, Justice Decker can drive through the alley and though ice packed he wonders why trash trucks can’t get close enough to empty dumpsters.

”This is really terrible," Decker said. "Someone should be taking care of this right away.”

A block east, dumpsters for two restaurants and condos are buried by cardboard boxes with garbage mixed in. A bar manager claims the trash pile has been growing for two weeks.

Mar 02 10:34

It’s snowing! MTA bus delays, speed restrictions on Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge

Staten Islanders are facing wet snow and sub-freezing temperatures for the morning commute on Friday.

“Snow will fall over the next few hours,” according to Notify NYC. “Roads will become snow covered and hazardous and visibilities will be reduced. Use extra caution while traveling this morning. The snow should gradually taper off after 7 a.m.”

Speed restrictions are in place at the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge due to wet roadways, according to the MTA.

Mar 02 10:34

Snow in Forecast for a 2,500-Mile Path From California to Maine

Spring may be within sight, but as the calendar flipped to March, forecasters on Friday predicted a walloping storm this weekend, with snow and icy rain expected to coat a 2,500-mile path from Northern California to southern Maine. Rain was also forecast to drench Southern California and much of the South, from Texas to Virginia.

“I think everybody’s just kind of annoyed by it,” said Kent Flake, the commissioner of streets in St. Louis, where crews began treating the roads on Friday morning ahead of an expected six inches of snow.

Mr. Flake, an 18-year veteran of city government, said he could not recall a St. Louis winter with more storms. All that snow and ice, he said, have left behind about three times as many potholes as usual.

Mar 02 10:33

Storm blankets HV in snow and sleet; tracking heavier snow for Sunday night

An overnight storm dropped snow and sleet on the Hudson Valley, but another round of wintry weather is on the way, and it's expected to bring a heavier helping of snow to the region.