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No, Global Warming Is Not Causing Lyme Disease ‘Epidemic’

April 23, 2018 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ Global warming is making Lyme disease “the first epidemic of climate change,” the website Aeon argues in a newly published article receiving substantial media attention. A look at the facts, however, shows no such thing. Lyme disease is transferred to humans by certain forms of ticks. Aeon presents anecdotal […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 21st April 2018

April 22, 2018 by

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By Anton Lang ~ Week 42 This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power […]

The Double Standards Industry

April 18, 2018 by

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Concerns over impacts from energy projects disappear where “green” energy is involved By Paul Driessen ~ It’s a good thing environmentalists have double standards – or they wouldn’t have any standards at all. Empire State legislators worry that anything above the current 0.0001% methane in Earth’s atmosphere will cause catastrophic climate change, and that pipelines […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 14th April 2018 2018

April 15, 2018 by

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By Anton Lang ~ Week 41 This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power […]

NY Times Smears ‘Climate Denialists,’ Accuses Skeptical Blog Of ‘Falsehoods’

April 12, 2018 by

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By Clay Waters ~ In Wednesday’s New York Times, Erica Goode latched on to a scientific smear job involving global warming and polar bears, under the online headline, “Climate Change Denialists Say Polar Bears Are Fine. Scientists Are Pushing Back.” The text box was bluntly biased even for the Times: “Researchers chastised a Canadian zoologist’s […]

Mileage Standards And Tariffs Help Some – While Penalizing Countless Others, Often Severely

April 9, 2018 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ It’s become a recurring, frustrating pattern, as legislators and regulators ignore the immutable laws of unintended consequences, to drive political agendas or aid favored constituencies, while harming others. A good example is corporate average fuel economy (CAFÉ) standards on vehicles. Originally enacted in 1975 to offset the impacts of the OPEC […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 7th April 2018

April 8, 2018 by

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By Anton Lang ~ Week 40 This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power […]