Monthly Archives: August 2018

“Race-of-our-lives” report simply unbalanced, unrealistic

The writers of this report (here) have been blinded by unrealistic or invalid assumptions. Indeed, a free-market capitalism with affordable energy and reasonable regulation is prerequisite to achieving sustainable communities. Sustainable communities and sustainability in general are simply not possible if the direction being proposed in this report is pursued.

Be sure to do your homework when investigating surface temperatures.

“Everything the New York Times said in that 2006 article was fact-free superstition, junk science and fake news, which is their standard operating procedure.  And of course they censor anyone who tells the truth.” click here

“Hottest US summer on record” is simply not the case

“The frequency of 95F (35C) days this summer was 85th highest (or 40th lowest) since 1895.” click here

CA Senator Ricardo Lara speaks nonsense regarding the Bible; He should read the Bible to see what it really says.

“In a despicable attack last Thursday, August 16, Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) slandered therapists, pastors, and Bible-believing Christians on the floor of the California Senate. Lara’s defamatory statement came while speaking in support of AB 2943, a bill to label as consumer fraud the sale of goods and services to adults wanting help to change unwanted same sex attractions and gender dysphoria.” click here

Google CEO needs accountability and should testify before Senate Committee, not run and hide.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai refused to testify at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which is set to include Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and the company instead offered to send Senior Vice President for Global Affairs, Kent Walker, who was dismissed as not being “sufficiently high up in the company,” according to Fortune. click here

US reduced greenhouse gas emissions more than European countries

“Take a wild guess what country is reducing its greenhouse gas emissions the most? Canada? Britain? France? India? Germany? Japan? No, no, no, no, no and no.” click here

Elsevier needs to step in to ensure fair scientific journal reviews; Fire biased “gatekeeper” editors and reviewers

“Harde’s conclusion that less than 15% of the increase in CO2 concentration since the 19th century could be attributed to anthropogenic emissions was deemed unacceptable by gatekeepers of the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) viewpoint.  A critical reply to the paper was consequently published, but it included assumptive errors and misrepresentations of the original points.  Harde’s exhaustive reply to the criticism has been refused publication, which has effectively silenced scientific debate on this salient topic.” click here