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Ship Of Fools Leader Professor Turney Arrives Home

January 22, 2014 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Three weeks after being rescued from a ship beset by ice in Antarctica, Professor Chris Turney and his band of 51 warmists are finally dropped off on dry land as their rescue ship, Aurora Australis docked in Hobart earlier today, after finally completing the re-supply of Casey Station, home to the […]

Steve McIntyre Shreds Chris Turney’s Excuse For Having His Ship Of Fools Stuck In Ice

January 17, 2014 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Influential climate sceptic Steve McIntyre is puzzled by the excuses given by warmist professor Chris Turney for having his Ship of Fools get stuck in Antarctic ice: Dozens of tourist vessels visit the Antarctic without becoming trapped by ice. So it’s entirely valid to inquire into why the one tourist vessel […]

Risking Lives To Promote Climate Change Hype

January 10, 2014 by

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Yet another global warming expedition gets trapped in icebound ideology By Paul Driessen ~ Will global warming alarmists ever set aside their hypotheses, hyperbole, models and ideologies long enough to acknowledge what is actually happening in the real world outside their windows? Will they at least do so before setting off on another misguided adventure? […]

Global Irony: Warming Theory Gets Trapped In Antarctic Ice

January 9, 2014 by

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By Deroy Murdock ~ A Chinese chopper on Thursday evacuated 52 passengers who had been marooned near the South Pole since Christmas Eve aboard the Russian science vessel MS Akademik Shokalsky. It will take far more than helicopters, however, to salvage the theory of so-called “global warming.” It remains trapped in Antarctic ice. “We’re stuck […]

Humor Obama Shovels Snow

January 7, 2014 by

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Bondage Dolls And Green Weenies

January 6, 2014 by

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By Tom McLaughlin ~ This year I took down the Christmas tree. Usually it’s my wife who decides the season is over and it’s time to move on into the less charming part of our long, New England winter. Granddaughters Claire and Lila were against taking it down, however, and I had to deal with […]