Did you know we humans are the ‘dominant cause’ of everything wrong in the world? In a 36-page report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded people are the reason our planet has been “overheating.”
“Superstorm” Sandy killed more than 100 people, destroyed thousands of homes and businesses, and left millions without food, water, electricity, sanitation or shelter for days or even weeks. Our thoughts and prayers remain focused on its victims, many of whom are still grieving as they struggle with the storm’s wintry aftermath and try to rebuild their lives.
Doha sets stage for another environmental power grab to “prevent dangerous global warming”
It is now likely that a deal will not be reached between now and December 31 to avoid the fiscal cliff. Before you become an economic prepper and start stocking up on canned goods and extra Tequila, remember I also thought Mitt Romney would win the election.
Social justice activist teachers see natural disasters like the recent Hurricane Sandy as opportunities to bring their political agendas into the classroom. And they rarely miss an opportunity.
I expect that by the time you read this, President Obama will have been re-elected. Get ready for four more years of Big Bloated Government.
Following Hurricane Sandy’s massive devastation across the northeast, many were quick to tie it to “climate change” (you know, what “global warming” and the “new ice age” used to be.). In a blog post on Tuesday, former Vice President Al Gore wrote “Hurricane Sandy is a disturbing sign of things to come. We must heed this warning and act quickly to solve the climate crisis. Dirty energy makes dirty weather.”
The New Jersey governor blames Mayor Lorenzo Langford for trapped citizens in Atlantic City.
Pick up any 40-year-old science textbook – on chemistry, biology, geology, physics, astronomy or medicine – and you’ll find a slew of “facts” and theories that have been proven wrong or are no longer the “consensus” view. Climatology is no exception.
The political parties throw a lot of glitz at us with their made-for-TV spectaculars, which we call conventions.
We should be aware that our world can change for the worse in a hurry and we should make sure we're taking steps to alleviate the danger.