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Climate Change: An Excuse For Political Incompetence

July 27, 2021 by

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By Dr. John Happs ~ People have always been drawn to the coast and rivers because of their scenic locations. In earlier times there were clear advantages from riverside and coastal living since they provided easier trade and communication with other parts of the country and overseas. Around the world, building on the fertile soils […]

The Greens Threaten Us With Floods But Fail To Protect Against Them

July 27, 2021 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ The devastating European floods reveal an incredible hypocrisy in the green agenda. They want to spend untold sums, supposedly to prevent natural floods by cutting emissions. But they spend nothing to prepare for these same floods, which they predict will get worse! This glaring point is made quite clearly by […]

Researchers Find Climate Propaganda Worked On Unaffected Flooding Bystanders

June 30, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ Global warming alarmists are crowing about new research showing people in Colorado who lived in areas near the September 2013 floods, but who did not lose property in the floods, have become as alarmist about global warming as people who lost property in the floods. “These findings may speak […]

Flooding Ourselves With Valuable Water

June 8, 2019 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Our National Environmental Policy is to let nature take its course and that is exactly what is happening with this catastrophic flooding. Blame Congress, not climate change. The dams that would stop this flooding were designed in the 1960’s but they were never built because of the 1970 National Environmental […]

Still No Proof Global Warming Makes These Floods Worse

February 18, 2011 by

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By Andrew Bolt Professor Roger Pielke Jr discusses two papers which have so excited the warmists: Nature published two papers yesterday that discuss increasing precipitation trends and a 2000 flood in the UK.  I have been asked by many people whether these papers mean that we can now attribute some fraction of the global trend […]