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The climate change/global warming alarmist movement is desperate. Now, rather than openly debate the science surrounding this issue, attorneys general in multiple states are attempting to criminalize dissent. This seems an excellent time to review the theory of man-made climate change, the basics of which theory haven’t changed despite volumes of h…
 
On May 29, 2016, a 3 or 4 year-old boy (sources differ on his age) was visiting the Cincinnati Zoo with his mother. As boys sometimes do, he got into trouble. In this case big trouble, life threatening trouble. He fell into the enclosure that housed a 450 pound male silverback gorilla named Harambe (for the meaning of Harambe click here). It’s amaz…
 
Greenpeace, and quite a few of their allies, are being sued by Resolute Forest Products Inc. on charges of racketeering. The lawsuit comes in response to Greenpeace’s crusade accusing Resolute falsely of: (a) ‘destroying endangered forests,’ and ‘operating and sourcing wood . . . in violation of law’; (b) causing the ‘destruction of endangered spec…
 
Korea offers a tale of two cities, one that should give pause to anyone enamored of socialism. At a recent UN Climate Summit, Bolivian Presidente Evo Morales said, “The world is suffering from a fever due to climate change, and the disease is the capitalist development model.” Morales is just one of many in the Green movement who assume it is alway…
 
Is your Bible good enough to eat? This strange question occurred to me when I heard an interesting conversation between a student and her teacher. The young girl questioned the teacher about the famous clock in London. “You must mean, ‘Big Ben’,” said the teacher. “Oh no,” said the student. “I mean, ‘Old Ben.’ And after that, can we please learn ab…
 
“Recently I was foolish enough to try to reason with an environmentalist,” wrote Stanford economist Thomas Sowell. “But it became obvious that he had his mind made up and didn’t want to hear any evidence to the contrary. The pope is more likely to have read Karl Marx than an environmentalist is to have read even a single book that criticized enviro…
 
George Orwell’s Animal Farm tells of the visionary pig Old Major, who had a dream that soon proved disastrous: “And now, comrades, I will tell you about my dream of last night. I cannot describe that dream to you. It was a dream of the earth as it will be when Man is forgotten.” The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement is one example of organization…
 
Mere Environmentalism, by Steven F. Hayward, is packed with a surprising amount of information about the broad subject of environmentalism, and includes information on the best way for Bible believing Christians to interact with it. There is more to be learned from a casual reading of this little book than from the majority of textbooks on the same…
 
In March a group of Democratic attorneys general formed “AG’s United for Clean Power.” It sounds nice enough, doesn’t it? New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, standing beside a grinning Al Gore, announced that the gang was going after any energy providers and distributors who may have committed thought crimes such as questioning the human c…
 
Justice is a hot topic in today’s culture. People are very interested in determining whether justice is being properly and faithfully carried out. It is a common interest across cultures, and generates a huge amount of discussion about who receives it, how it is applied, when it is subverted, and what exactly “justice” means. Why is it so important…
 
What do we have to lose? This is a frequent response when someone questions the idea that human caused runaway global warming should be addressed. At the 2015 Paris Climate Conference President Obama offered a terrifying vision of the future if global warming is not addressed. He presented “a glimpse of our children’s fate if the climate keeps chan…
 
EarthFirst! is reeling from internal tensions just now as President Obama’s transsexual activists are on a witch hunt for those in the group not progressive enough on sexuality. A recent article entitled “Deep Green Transphobia” deplores leaders in the Green movement, a bunch of ecofeminists, who do not think “transrights” and “transinclusion” are …
 
Time series of the sunspot number as reconstructed from 10Be concentrations in ice cores from Antarctica (red). The corresponding profiles are bounded by the actual reconstruction results (upper envelope to shaded areas) and by the reconstructed values corrected at low values of the SN (solid curves) by taking into account the residual level of sol…
 
On May 14, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the state’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has failed to reduce the state’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as required by Massachusetts’s 2008 Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA), which aimed to reduce the state’s GHG emissions to 25% below the 1990 level by 2020 80% by 20…
 
The Indian Agricultural Ministry released estimated food grain numbers on Monday, projecting growth despite a drought that has hit eleven states. That’s great news for Indian farmers, and consumers alike. Even if that estimate is downgraded, there are no projections of major agricultural loss due to the drought — a huge accomplishment in a country …
 
What does it take to be a good person? Different cultures have different answers. The floors of Karni Mata Temple in Rajasthan, India, heave as masses of fat rats clamber to get to food offered by devout Hindu worshippers. Feed the rats, sight a white rat, or eat food discarded by rats, and you will be blessed. You are doing good just by being ther…
 
When I first attended the Fall American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting in 1995 it was undoubtedly one of the goals of many of the PhD students and postdocs at the meeting to land a job at a corporation involved in earth science and mineral exploration. How times have changed. Today those who work for, say, an oil company may have to cover their co…
 
University of Notre Dame law professor John Copeland Nagle, an insightful commentator on environmental law and ethics, published an article on the Scientific American blog April 22 (Earth Day) that harks back to comments by the original Earth Day’s keynote speaker, Edmund Muskie. Muskie, who ran for vice president on Hubert Humphrey’s ticket in 196…
 
The Humane Society reports well over 2.4 million healthy cats and dogs are put down annually in U.S. animal shelters. That works out to be just over one euthanized every 13 seconds. This statistic is heartbreaking to owners of barking, aggressive, or otherwise uncontrollable dogs. Dogs are man’s best friend. But what happens when a Chihuahua is dom…
 
We’ve all read the articles, and heard the voices of doom. The earth is going to get really hot, it’s all humans’ fault, and we must make drastic economic changes to fix our mistakes. Those who disagree with this viewpoint are termed “Climate Deniers,” an insult intended to bring about the specter of Holocaust denial. The fact that this particular …
 
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