Daily Archives: November 17, 2015

What Say To A New “End Of Snow” Prediction?

This little paper comes to us via Eric Worrall at Watts Up With That? which has something really fun in the abstract The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future Runoff from snowmelt is regarded as a vital water source for people and ecosystems throughout the Northern Hemisphere (NH). […]

If All You See…

…is an evil 1%er swimming pool, taking away water from poor people suffering from drought due to carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Bookworm Room, with a post wondering if Obama will do anything post-Paris.

Good News: We Can Totally Defeat Terrorism And Poverty By Fighting Climate Change!

It’s been a while since I took a peak at Grist. It’s not as fun since some of the writers, like David Roberts, left. But, this one is a hoot, as written by Robert Pollin 4 reasons why we can and must fight terrorism and poverty through climate action Soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, […]

If We Don’t Go Ahead With ‘Climate Change’ Meeting, The Terrorists Win Or Something

Somehow, I sincerely doubt that ISIS was really thinking about the big yearly climate change meeting which will take place in Paris in a few weeks when they planned their attacks. But, hey, the murderous ISIS attacks give those who want to enact draconian policies that put more control of people, private entities, energy, and […]

North Carolina Joins Call To Restrict “Syrian” Refugees

One of the problems is that, according to at least one report, only 20% of the “refugees” entering Europe are actually from Syria. Some 80% are coming from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, Albania, Libya, and other nations not called Syria. And a good majority are young men of fighting age. North Carolina governor McCrory joins the […]

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