Directory:Global Warming

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Scientific documentation and ramifications of global warming from both human as well as natural causes. Also links to contrary arguments.


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Directory:Global Warming > Global warming stopped 16 years ago, reveals Met Office report quietly released... and here is the chart to prove it (Pre-bunked) - The figures reveal that from the beginning of 1997 until August 2012, there was no discernible rise in aggregate global temperatures. This means that the ‘plateau’ or ‘pause’ in global warming has now lasted for about the same time as the previous period when temperatures rose, 1980 to 1996. Before that, temperatures had been stable or declining for about 40 years. (Daily Mail October 16, 2012)
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Latest: Directory:Global Warming > Directory:Conspiracy > News:Global Warming - While we used to go along with the general notion, the politicizing of the science and the cooking of the books to create a rallying point for global dictatorship has soured us from participating in the cry -- a trend apparent in the new archive page of our coverage. (PESWiki Jan. 21, 2010)
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory Series / Directory:Global Warming > Review:Jesse Ventura:Global Warming Conspiracy Theory - His group of researchers appear to start out as "believers" in man-caused global warming, but in the course of investigating the topic they come to a very different conclusion. "A lot of people who preach the global warming gospel are not out to 'save' the world, they're out to 'run' it." (PESWiki Dec. 26, 2009) (Comments)
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Five Ways to Reduce Global Warming - New Energy Congress founder and director, Sterling Allan gives a statement in preparation for the first Environmental Hall of Fame ceremony to be held in Los Angeles in June 5-6, 2008. (PESN May 18, 2008)

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Global Warming and New Energy Sources - On Saturday, Nov. 18, Sterling Allan interviewed James Dunn, who is a walking encyclopedia -- and animated at that -- both regarding the array of feasible energy technologies available, as well as regarding geopolitical and economical factors that must be taken into consideration. (PESN Nov. 18, 2006)

Global Warming Info.Com - Features linked news articles debating whether global warming is fact or fiction.


See also Directory:Global Warming Ramifications - separate page

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Directory:Environmental Impact - This Directory is a place where we can monitor the consequences of our collective actions regarding alternative energy solutions and whether or not the adversely impact the earth on which we live. (PESWiki Oct. 30, 2008)


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Directory:Biomass > Black carbon soot mitigation may be rapid piece of solution - Black carbon soot emissions (much from third world cookstoves) may cause up to 18% of global warming, and 50% of arctic warming, but are relatively easy to mitigate with donations of new stoves to third world countries. (NY Times April 15, 2009)

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Directory:Geoengineering >Scientists Rank Global Cooling Hacks - The dozens of ways that scientists, as well as crackpots, have proposed to geoengineer the world's climate won't all be equally effective. In fact, some of them would not have any impact at all, a new study in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics found. (Wired Jan. 28, 2009)

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The Big Energy Gamble - California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is leading an aggressive charge against global warming in his state. Will the country follow? 1-hour NOVA program in 6 parts, online. (PBS NOVA January 2009)

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Global climate change solutions, pro/con articles on Debatepedia - Comprehensively breaks down the pro and con arguments surrounding over twenty of the primary proposed solutions to global warming (wind power, solar energy, nuclear, clean coal...).

Directory:CO2 Sequestration >Cement from CO2: A Concrete Cure for Global Warming? - While Calera's process of making calcium carbonate cement wouldn't eliminate all CO2 emissions, it would reverse that equation. "For every ton of cement we make, we are sequestering half a ton of CO2," says crystallographer Brent Constantz, founder of Calera. "We probably have the best carbon capture and storage technique there is by a long shot." (Scientific American August 7, 2008)

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Article:Beijing 2008 Green Olympics >UAVs Search For Scientific Silver Lining in Beijing Pollution Clouds - V. Ram Ramanathan, a UC-San Diego professor will be sending unmanned aerial vehicles into the pollution clouds emanating from the city to measure the impacts of the government's industrial shutdowns and traffic bans on the region surrounding Beijing. Video (Wired August 8, 2008)

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Higher CO2 levels may be good for plants: German scientists - Increasing exposure to carbon dioxide appears to boost crop yields, said Hans-Joachim Weigel of the Johann Heinrich von Thuenen Institute. (PhysOrg July 8, 2008)

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Directory:CO2 Sequestration > Ways to turn CO2 into CASH - If we have this CO2, why don't we do something useful with it!? (EcoGeek April 17, 2008)

CO2 Sequestration

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Institute enumerates cross-section likelihood of reducing CO2 levels - The Electric Power Research Institute has released a study that shows that the aggressive development and implementation of a full portfolio of advanced electricity technologies could reduce the economic cost of cutting future U.S. CO2 emissions by more than 50 per cent while meeting the continuing growth in demand for electricity. (TreeHugger Aug. 15, 2007)

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An-Inconvenient-Truth (.com) LLC - Launched by Maui Media, this fan-based website of the acclaimed film about the climate crisis provides resources on global warming and alternative energy, clean air, water, and other ecological issues has a blog and includes a 'what you can do' checklist.

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Geo-Engineering Patchwork Solutions for Warming - Mega-scale technical fix proposals include seeding the skies with compounds to encourage the formation of low-lying, cooling clouds building a giant sun-shade in space and dumping iron in the oceans to encourage the growth of algae that would take in carbon when alive and trap it in on the sea floor when dead. (TreeHugger Jan. 14, 2007)

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Liquid Chimney Could Reduce Global Warming - Tom Kiser, who made his reputation working on the greening of the Ford River Rouge plant, claims to have a smokestack which will capture the gases which cause greenhouse effects and turn them into harmless material, which could even be deposited in the ocean to restore coral reefs. (TreeHugger Nov. 12, 2006)

Scientist publishes 'escape route' from global warming - Citing the incompetence of a gradual political approach, Nobel Prize-winning, Geoengineering scientist presents a radical defense against global warming: releasing particles of sulphur in the upper atmosphere, which would reflect sunlight and heat back into space. (Independent.UK July 31, 2006) (See related discussion at Slashdot)

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Modifying clouds to fight global warming - Professor Stephen Salter, a pioneer in converting wave power to electricity, proposes that highly reflective clouds could be seeded to bounce more of the sun’s rays back into space to counteract rising temperatures. (The Sunday Times, UK Aug. 14, 2005)

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No-Till Farming May Reduce Global Warming - According to a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign study, some carbon is found in soil as organic matter, and no-till farming can potentially increase the accumulation of organic carbon in soil. (PhysOrg Oct. 13, 2005)

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A Sunshade in Space to Combat Global Warming - U. of AZ astronomer Roger Angel proposes a giant sunshade to counteract possible abrupt climate change. It would be launched in small pieces by electromagnetic launchers. Developed and deployed in 25 years, lasting about 50 years, the shade would reduce the amount of sunlight reaching Earth by 2%. (Science Daily Nov. 5, 2006) [What goes up must come down.]

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Climate Summit Emphasizes Profitability of Going Green - Mayors from around the U.S. meet to learn more about problem of climate change and to be armed with solutions that they can implement on the most local level of government. (PESN July 13, 2005)

U.S. Research firm unveils global climate index - Boston-based KLD Research & Analytics Inc. has launched a Global Climate 100 index in response to increasing demand for investment strategies focused on solutions to climate change. (ZPEnergy July 10, 2005)

Clear skies raise global-warming estimates - Cleaner air could remove a vital brake on climate change. (Nature, June 30, 2005)

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Energy Cartoon - Flip and Chilly, a polar bear and penguin from the North and South Poles, respectively, turn a gas guzzler into an efficient hybrid. (Natural Resources Defense Council, 2006)


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Directory:Nature / Directory:Global Warming > It has begun.. Arctic Apocalypse - Whatever the cause, world climates are going nuts, with 1000-year storms back to back across the planet. While some areas have record lows, the arctic has been unusually warm, spelling disaster as the ice caps thin. Ice cubes left outside in the Arctic on January 4, 2011 melted. Collection of info says we are now at the tipping point. (BeforeItsNews January 8, 2011)
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Directory:Global Warming > NASA Temperature Maps Show Globe Warming - NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies has posted decade-averaged temperature comparisons to the 1951-1980 period to show that the the average global temperature on Earth has increased by about 0.8°Celsius (1.4°Fahrenheit) since 1880, two-thirds of which has occurred since 1975, at a rate of roughly 0.15-0.20°C per decade. The analysis uses publicly available data from 6,300 meteorological stations around the world... (NASA December 10, 2010)
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Directory:Global Warming > June Shatters Average Global Temperature Records (Again) - This past June was the hottest ever on record according to a just released NOAA State of the Climate Report. The monthly report added that this would make June the 304th consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average. (Inhabitat July 15, 2010) Note: the other planets in the solar system are also heating up.
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Global Temperature Report - January 2009 - As part of an ongoing joint project, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, NOAA and NASA use data gathered by microwave sounding units on NOAA and NASA satellites to get accurate temperature readings for almost all regions of the Earth. (Newswise Feb. 12, 2009)

Correlation between temperature and CO2: A Statistical view of Drivers - Takes thousands of years of Paleontological data to create a unique look at the relationship between CO2 and temperature in the distant past, comparing the correlation with CO2 and temperature histories for the 20th century.

American Voters Losing Faith in Theory of Global Warming - An examination of almost 400 years of climate fluctuations shows “an almost exact correlation” between climate changes and solar radiation, not human activity, Donald J. Easterbrook, a geology professor at Western Washington University, told’s Kevin Mooney in September 2008. (CNSNews Jan. 19, 2009)

It's Geothermal activity - Mystery solved. Underwater volcanoes, etc.

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The Methane Time Bomb - Arctic scientists discover new global warming threat as melting permafrost releases millions of tons of a gas 20 times more damaging than carbon dioxide. (Independent UK Sept. 23, 2008)

Relax, truth has surfaced - The truth, conceded Professor Ross Garnaut last week, is that it really is cheaper for Australians to do nothing about global warming. And, no, it's not immoral to figure there's no point spending big money to "stop" this warming when it won't make a blind bit of difference. (Herald Sun Sept. 10, 2008)

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Myth of Consensus Explodes: APS Opens Global Warming Debate - The American Physical Society, an organization representing nearly 50,000 physicists, has reversed its "incontrovertible" stance on climate change and is now proclaiming that many of its members disbelieve in human-induced global warming. The APS is also sponsoring public debate on the validity of global warming science. (DailyTech July 16, 2008)

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Feeding the Masses: Data In, Crop Predictions Out - Lansworth sorts 100 gigs of intel every day, adding to a database of 50 terabytes and counting. It's also moving into world production-prediction — wheat fields in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine are already in the data set, as are corn and soy plots in Brazil and Argentina. (Wired June 23, 2008)

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Innovations Review 2008: Making Green the New Business - In this 36-page PDF inaugural review, the Environmental Defense Fund showcases more than 20 processes, products and technologies across a range of sectors of some of the latest, proven green business practice examples of the "new business as usual". ( May 20, 2008)

The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change - The alarmists think it’s a “paradox?? that the more people learn about climate change, the less likely they are to consider it a serious problem. But as John Tierney with The New York Times points out, maybe, just maybe, it’s because people are smart rather than stupid. Presentations and Audio feeds are made available online from the Conference. (Heartland Institute March 2-4, 2008)

Cool Globes - Hot Ideas for a Cool Planet - The CoolGlobes exhibit was on display from June 1, 2007 through September 2007, along Chicago’s lakefront.

Environmental awareness taking root in conservative Christian churches - Traditionally, conservative Christians have been slow to embrace environmentalism. The "have dominion" edict in Genesis doesn't imply nurturing. The "no other gods" commandment precludes Gaia. The apocalyptic world view doesn't seem to include reasons of environment breach and is fatalistic. (Courier Press Sept. 15, 2007)

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Global warming impact like - The International Institute for Strategic Studies security think-tank said global warming would hit crop yields and water availability everywhere, causing great human suffering and leading to regional strife. (Reuters Sept. 12. 2007)

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Live Earth Concert - 24-hour, 7-continent concert series took place on 7/7/07, bringing together more than 100 music artists and 2 billion people to trigger a global movement to solve the climate crisis. Includes Google News snapshot. (PESN July 7, 2007)

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Global warming fastest for 20,000 years - and it is mankind's fault - Draft report by the world's leading climate scientists itemizes the evidence and concludes decisively that humans have played a role in the recent warming trend. (The Independent May 4, 2006)

Studies of ancient climates suggest Earth is now on a fast track to global warming - Human activities are releasing greenhouse gases more than 30 times faster than the rate of emissions that triggered a period of extreme global warming in the Earth's past, according to an expert on ancient climates. (PhysOrg Feb. 17, 2006)

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2006 Warmest on Record in United States - NOAA - The year 2006 was the warmest in the contiguous United States since record keeping began 112 years ago, due in large part to an unusually warm December, US government weather forecasters said on Tuesday. A factor in the record warmth was a long term warming trend some have linked to increases in greenhouse gases. (NOAA Jan. 9/ Reuters Jan. 10, 2007)

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2005 Was Warmest Year on Record - NASA - Last year was the warmest recorded on Earth's surface, since modern record-keeping began in the 1890s, and it was unusually hot in the Arctic, US space agency NASA said on Tuesday. (Reuters Jan. 25, 2006)

Doom and Gloom - The largest and most comprehensive assessment of the world's ecosystems ever undertaken was released today says two thirds of Earth's recourses used up. "The human race is living beyond its means." (Philadelphia Inquirer March 30, 2005)

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Global warming causes soil to release carbon - A study in the journal Nature looked at the carbon content of soil in England and Wales from 1978-2003 and found that it fell steadily, with some 13 million tonnes of carbon released from British soil each year. (Reuters Sept. 7, 2005) (See also Slashdot)

Climate research breakthrough regarding atmospheric carbon dioxide levels over time - A long standing puzzle regarding the fate of carbon stored in the world’s soils, has now apparently been resolved. Climate warming may be occurring even faster than previously recognized. (PhysOrg Jan. 20, 2005)

Space measurements of carbon offer clearer view of earth's climate future - Improved detection from space of heat-trapping carbon dioxide promises to revolutionize carbon cycle understanding. (PhysOrg June 10, 2005)

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Doom & Gloom - The largest and most comprehensive assessment of the world's ecosystems ever undertaken was released today says two thirds of Earth's recourses used up. "The human race is living beyond its means." (Philadelphia Inquirer March 30, 2005) (Guardian, UK March 30) (MIT Technology Review March 31. 2005) (The Age, UK March 31, 2005)

Consensus on Global Warming - Science Magazine analyzed the last ten years of published scientific articles on the subject of global climate change. Of the 928 papers, 75% accepted that global warming was caused by human activities. 25% made no mention either way. Not a single paper asserted otherwise." (Slashdot Dec. 8, 2004)

Carbon dioxide levels highest for 650,000 years - Levels of carbon dioxide, the principal gas that drives global warming, are now 27 percent higher than at any point in the last 650,000 years, according to research into Antarctic ice cores publi... (PhysOrg Nov. 2005)

New data support global warming - A team of 25 scientists found that troposphere temperatures are above that of planet surface temperatures, corroborating 19 computer climate models. This report by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory was published in Science. (Seattle Times Aug. 13, 2005)

Responding to: Global Warming Bombshell - A key piece of evidence linking human activity to climate change turns out to be an artifact of poor mathematics. (MIT Technology Review Oct. 15, 2004)

New stratosphere temperature data support global warming conclusion from earlier study - Earlier interpretation of temperature data from satellites claimed that, on average, the lower atmosphere is getting warmer as fast as the Earth's surface, supported by new research. (PhysOrg Nov. 29, 2004)


Hawaiian Climate Changing - Island inhabitant recounts recent unprecedented storms. Says Bush needs to rethink his response to Global Warming and take it more seriously. (PESN Feb. 16, 2005)

Oregon Warmed Over Past Quarter Century - University of Oregon physicists report 10 to 15% increase in summer temperatures according to an initial analysis of data collected since 1979 by the university's Solar Radiation Monitoring Laboratory. (PhysOrg Aug. 10, 2005)

Global Warming consequences heads list of year's top 100 discoveries - Global warming topped the 2004 list compiled by Discover magazine's Year in Science issue, Jan. 2005. (PhysOrg Dec. 13, 2004)

Shutdown of circulation pattern could be disastrous - Researches predict that if global warming shuts down the thermohaline circulation in the North Atlantic Ocean, the result could be catastrophic climate change. (PhysOrg Dec. 13, 2004)

Global warming's impact on U.S. plants, animals - Published study looks at 50 years, noting changes in behaviors that bespeak increased temperatures and their effect on the habitat. (PhysOrg Nov. 8, 2004)

Global warming doubles rate of ocean rise - Global ocean levels are rising twice as fast today as they were 150 years ago, and human-induced warming appears to be the culprit. (OSEN, Nov. 2005)


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Al Gore: New thinking on the climate crisis - Al Gore's New Slide Show is Even More Awesome (30 min.) In his presentation to TED Talks, Al Gore not only addresses the problem of human-assisted global warming, but addresses the many solutions that can be deployed, a major item being political will. (EcoGeek Apr. 9, 2008)

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Tom Brokaw joins the battle against global warming - July 16, 2006 two-hour special on Discovery Channel, hosted by Tom Brokaw, produced by the global alliance of Discovery Channel, the BBC and NBC News Productions, will present the facts regarding global warming. (

Up with the Weather: Global Warming - PBS' NOVA/Frontline educational site addresses the debate, evidence in the ice, what would be submerged, fossil fuel alternatives.


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Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1500 Years - Physical evidence found in ice cores, seabed sediment, cave stalagmites, and tree rings suggests that global warming is a natural 1500 year cycle and that man cannot stop it. We have already had two cycles in recorded history, and the good news is that humans and most other species tend to do better during the warm periods.

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The Denial Industry - In his forthcoming book, , George Monbiot reveals that the oil giant ExxonMobil gives money to scores of organisations that claim the science on global warming is inconclusive - which it isn't. It's a strategy that has set back action on climate change by a decade, and it involves the same people who insist that passive smoking is harmless. ( Sept. 19) (Thanks Alastair Torrance)

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Boiling point - Boiling Point: How Politicians, Big Oil and Coal, Journalists and Activists Are Fueling the Climate Crisis -And What We Can Do to Avert Disaster - Ross Gelbspan, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, offers no less than a call to arms in this treatise on how global warming is a threat and how it can be avoided. (American Patriot Friends Network July 2, 2005)

Government & Politics

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Two Sides of the Same Coin (video) - The Stuart David Show -- Episode 12 -- A Foothill in the Mouth, provides a good-natured poking fun at environmentalism and extremism from either end of the spectrum. (Vimeo Apr. 2009)

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Directory:Humor / Directory:Global Warming > Coca-Cola Fights Global Warming by Replacing CO2 with N2O in Soft Drinks - In an effort to curtail carbon emissions, the Coca-Cola Company has decided to replace carbon dioxide in their soft drinks with nitrous oxide. "Laughing gas has the same fizz everyone loves with the added bonus of making people laugh." (BeforeItsNews April 1, 2010)
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Directory:HumorHumor:Hundreds Attend Global Warming Protest - How much of a carbon footprint will these environmental protest flakes leave behind? .08 Minutes. (YouTube Feb. 2, 2009)

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Directory:Humor > Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] - A congressman was seated next to a little girl on an airplane so he turned to her and said, "Do you want to talk? Flights go quicker if you strike up a conversation with your fellow passenger." ... (PESWiki Oct. 2010)

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Sick Humor

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Directory:Global Warming / Directory:Conspiracy > Climate Ad Depicts Children Assassinated for not Reducing Carbon Footprint (video) - In an interview with the Health Ranger, Mike Adams, Alex Jones shows clips from a new ad campaign by the 10:10 Climate Change Campaign that depict two children being blown up in a classroom because they don't go along with the green agenda. What is even more disturbing is to read the enthusiastic comments of support by readers of the Guardian. Sick eugenics mentality. (Infowars Oct. 1, 2010) (Corbett Report)


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Al Gore sued by over 30,000 Scientists for fraud - John Coleman, the founder of the Weather Channel, has filed a class action suit of which 30,000 scientists have signed on against Al Gore and the global warming "scam". Interview with Redeye host Gregg Gutfeld. (''RedEye" July 5, 2008)

Planet Green

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Research and Development

Climate Depot - "Read All About it! Climate Depot Exclusive - Continuously Updated 'ClimateGate' News Round Up" - ClimateGate reveals 'a pattern of manipulation, suppression and selection of data and evidence all designed to create and maintain the global warming myth'.

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Saul Griffith’s Energy Literacy Presentation - Dr. Saul Griffith has been touring the country sharing his personal energy audit (carbon footprint wattage consumption from 2007) by developing a visual language and style for the presentation and worked with Kirk von Rohr to contain the disparate information graphics into a cohesive look. See also Inhabitat Greener Gadgets 2009 Conference(Kirk von Rohr Feb. 27, 2009)

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Finding Nemo in a cruel sea - Dr. David Griffin hopes Nemo's findings will help unravel the secrets of the East Australian Current. Nemo collected information while making about 370 dives to 200 metres. Nemo and 9 other gliders may revolutionize oceanography at a fraction of the cost of using ships. (Sydney Morning Herald Dec. 28, 2008)

Human Contribution

Besides CO2 emissions, the following are some additional methods by which humans contribute to emission of gases which contribute to the greenhouse effect. Whether the greenhouse effect is a primary driver in earth temperatures is debated by some, who point to evidence of Directory:Solar Cycle Influence on Global Temperatures being the predominant driver. Whatever the case, it can be argued that humans should be wise stewards and do what they can to not contribute to factors that are detrimental to the environment in which we live.

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Latest: Directory:Earth Changes / Directory:Geoengineering / Directory:Weather Control > Crazy Weather: stalled ocean currents, jet stream diversions - The weather is tripping, with unusually hot and cold regions, persisting longer than normal. Are the planet and mankind reaching a tipping point? Ruminations about the rare coincidence of the lunar eclipse and winter solstice. (PESN December 22, 2010)
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Directory:Global Warming > Directory:Global Warming > Aquatic Dead Zones Produce Greenhouse Gas 300X More Potent Than CO2 - An article in Science describes how aquatic dead zones — or hypoxic waters — create trouble for more than the organisms that live in the waters. In addition to their low levels of oxygen killing off marine life, they create high levels of Nitrous Oxide which can seep into the atmosphere and add to the greenhouse gas effect. (Inhabitat March 12, 2010)

Weather Reports

Ice and Wind on Geneva - Results of ice storm during January, 2005 in Versoix, Geneva Switzerland. No Polar Bears were harmed during this ice storm, apparently.

Watch the web for climate change truths - Global warming theory is like the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - it has the word PANIC in big scary letters on the cover, and comes with a guarantee that in case of any discrepancy, it's Reality that has got it wrong. ( May 5, 2008)

Climate Audit - Shows increases in cold, increases in ice formations and not a warming trend as of March 2008.

2010: The Hottest Year of Debate - Shows 2010 shaping up to be one of the hottest years in history in terms of average global temperature, with detailed discussion and graphical representation of NASA's GISS Surface Temperature Analysis.

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Scientists Unveil High-Res Map of the U.S. Carbon Footprint - The work, known as The Vulcan Project, has already yielded a significant discovery: Previous CO2 estimates that used population as a proxy for emissions overestimated the Northeast's greenhouse-gas generation, while underestimating the coal-heavy Southeast's contribution. Video (Wired April 7, 2008)


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Latest: Directory:Global Warming / Directory:Earth Changes > Extreme Weather a Function of Cosmic Dielectrics? - Paul Noel asserts that severe storms "are an electromagnetic effects of the plasma fields surrounding the solar system. These are what make sun spots as well. The driver is electrical. The mechanism is primarily capacitant and is based on dielectric." This is why opposite extremes appear at the same time on the planet. (PESN Aug. 19, 2010)

Arctic Melting

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The Methane Time Bomb - Arctic scientists discover new global warming threat as melting permafrost releases millions of tons of a gas 20 times more damaging than carbon dioxide. (Truthout Sept. 23, 2008)

ARCTIC FREEZE CAUSES CHAOS - From Scotland to the south coast, millions woke up to thick snow. Areas of Southern England were under up to 8 centimetres as winter roared back with a vengeance to leave many areas colder than Alaska or Iceland. (Daily Express April 7, 2008)

Arctic Sea Ice Re-Freezing at Record Pace - Some 58,000 square miles of ice formed per day for 10 days in late October and early November, a new record. (The Daily Green Dec 12, 2007)

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Arctic Sea Ice Shatters All Previous Record Lows: Diminished Ice Leads To Northwest Passage Opening - Arctic sea ice during the 2007 melt season plummeted to the lowest levels since satellite measurements began in 1979, according to researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder's National Snow and Ice Data Center. (PhysOrg Oct. 1, 2007)

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Thawing Permafrost Could Unleash Tons of Carbon - Ancient roots and bones locked in long-frozen soil in Siberia are starting to thaw, and have the potential to unleash billions of tonnes of carbon and accelerate global warming, scientists said on Thursday. (Alaska Report June 16, 2006)

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Arctic water flow speeding up - One of Siberia's largest rivers is dumping about 10% more fresh water into the Arctic today than it was some 60 years ago. The result is in line with predictions of how climate change is expected to alter the Arctic water cycle, and is a worrying sign in terms of maintaining important ocean currents. (Nature Apr. 6, 2006)

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NASA Study Shows Antarctic Ice Sheet Shrinking - Using data from the NASA/German Aerospace Center Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE), scientists concluded that Antarctica's ice sheet decreased by about 152 cubic kilometers annually from April 2002 to August 2005. ('Reuters Mar. 3) (See Slashdot'' discussion)

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Greenland Glaciers Melting Much Faster - Satellite observations indicate that Greenland's glaciers have been dumping ice into the Atlantic Ocean at a rate that's doubled over the past five years. Accelerated by feedback loop. (MSNBC Feb. 14, 2006) (See Slashdot discussion)

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Antarctic glaciers in mass retreat - The discovery comes from an analysis spanning more than half a century of aerial photographs and satellite images. Shifting pattern linked to warming on icy peninsula. (Nature, April 21, 2005)

Carbon dioxide levels highest for 650,000 years - Levels of carbon dioxide, the principal gas that drives global warming, are now 27 percent higher than at any point in the last 650,000 years, according to research into Antarctic ice cores publi... (PhysOrg Nov. 2005)

Melting Glacier Worries Scientists - Scientists monitoring a Greenland glacier have found it is moving into the sea three times faster than a decade ago. (PhysOrg July 25, 2005)

Greenland glacier triples speed - The Greenland glacier Kangerdlugssuaq has unexpectedly picked up speed and become one the world's fasted-moving glaciers, symptomatic of global warming, according to GreenPeace. (PhysOrg Aug. 12, 2005)

Siberian permafrost melting - Russian scientists say the western Siberian sub-Arctic region -- a peat bog the size of France and Germany -- has begun to thaw. (PhysOrg Aug. 11, 2005)


Ice Shelf Retreat Not New, But ... - British scientists say the current retreat of ice shelves in the Antarctic due to global warming is nothing new, but this time it's due to man's emissions and that means the problem could be more serious. (CBS News Feb. 23, 2005)

Ocean, Arctic Studies Show Global Warming is Real - New computer models that look at ocean temperatures instead of the atmosphere show the clearest signal yet that global warming is well underway. (Reuters Feb. 21, 2005)

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Tundra Greening Not a Good Sign - Satellite images taken over decades show two seemingly contradictory events that indicate global warming is affecting Alaska. (PhysOrg Sept. 15, 2005)

Melting ice lets ship set record - New Zealand crew of a polar research ship say it has ventured further south than any other ship because of melting sea ice. (Australian, New Zealand - Jan. 31, 2005)

Widespread Arctic warming crosses critical ecological thresholds - Large new study of ecological impact covers five circumpolar countries extending halfway around the world and 30 degrees of latitude spanning boreal forest to high arctic tundra ecosystems, reports unprecedented and maybe irreversible effects of Arctic warming, linked to human intervention. (EurekAlert, UK Mar. 1, 2005)

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Arctic Ocean Waters Warm Suddenly - Water flowing from the North Atlantic Ocean into the Arctic provides evidence that the Arctic Ocean is warming, according to U.S. and European researchers. (PhysOrg Oct. 07, 2005)

Arctic Melting Fast - Scientists have determined that the ice in Greenland and the Arctic is melting so rapidly that much of it could be gone by the end of the century. Estimate includes projection of greenhouse gasses. (ZPEnergy Nov. 9, 2004)

Arctic melt accelerates - A thaw of the Arctic icecap is accelerating because of global warming. Nations in the region are deadlocked about how to stop it. (CNN Nov. 2)

Arctic Lakes Disappear Researchers Blame Global Climate Change - More than 100 large lakes in an Arctic region of Siberia have vanished. Researchers say warmer temperatures have caused the disappearance. (Science, June 3, 2005)

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NASA study finds glacier doing double time - The world's fastest glacier, Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae, doubled its speed of ice flow between 1997 and 2003. The study provides key evidence of newly discovered relationships between ice sheets, sea level rise and climate warming. (PhysOrg Dec. 1, 2004)


North Atlantic Ocean Temps Rise - Ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic, one of the most sensitive and productive ecosystems in the world, hit an all-time high in 2004, providing another wake-up call on climate change, say environmentalists. (CBS News July 11, 2005)

Siberia Three Degrees Warmer than 45 Years Ago - Average temperatures in Siberia have risen by three degrees Celsius since1960, according to a Team of German scientists. (PhysOrg July 14, 2005)

[ Satellite set to survey Earth's poles] - Orbiting radar will measure how fast ice is melting. Set to launch Oct. 8, CryoSat will carry twin radar antennae that give it three-dimensional vision, so it can see not only how much of the planet's surface is covered with ice, but also how thick the ice is. The satellite should be able to detect changes in thickness of just a few centimetres, and can even see through thick cloud. (Nature Oct. 3, 2005)

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Satellite for Studying Global Warming Crashes into Arctic - CryoSat, a European satellite launched to study the phenomenon of global warming, crashed into the Arctic Ocean on Saturday after its launcher malfunctioned. (EarthTimes Oct. 10, 2005)

ESA'S Director Comments on the Loss of CryoSat - The 170-million-dollar CryoSat satellite blasted off from Russia's northwestern Plesetsk cosmodrome atop a Russian-built Rockot launch vehicle but failed to achieve orbit. CryoSat is the first mission to be lost after a long series of successful Earth Observation missions for ESA (Meteosat, ERS-1, ERS-2, Envisat and Proba-1). (PhysOrg Oct. 10, 2005)


Drought's growing reach - The percentage of Earth's land area stricken by serious drought more than doubled from the 1970s to the early 2000s, according to the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). (PhysOrg Jan. 13, 2005)

Drought bumps up global thermostat - Forest fires are raging across southern Spain and Portugal, and African locusts are invading French fields, causing the equivalent of nearly twice the emissions from fossil-fuel burning in the region over the same time. (H2O Power Aug. 3, 2005)


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Hurricane Ike - Video of "not quite Category 3" Hurricane Ike from the International Space Station. NASA space views Tracking Ike(CNN Sept. 9, 2008)

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Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger - The number of Category 4 and 5 hurricanes worldwide has nearly doubled over the past 35 years, even though the total number of hurricanes has dropped since the 1990s. The shift has occurred as global sea surface temperatures have increased over the same period. (PESN Sept. 17, 2005)

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Katrina coming in - Hurricane Historian Says This Season Worst in Record in Many Ways - Depends on the criteria used to define 'worst,' according to Eric Gross, associate professor of history at Harding University in Searcy, Ark.. (PhysOrg Sept. 27, 2005)

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Katrina and Rita Just the Beginning? - Have we seen America's future through the eyes of hurricanes Katrina and Rita? Monster storms drowning cities and obliterating coastlines. Jobs vanishing and prices rising as ports and pipelines close. Millions fleeing, but many are trapped and die. Chaos reigns, paralyzing government and leaving the world's wealthiest society humbled and frightened. (Deseret News Oct. 1, 2005)

Global warming and storms - Bush administration appears in contradiction to U.S. Govt. document that says, "The strongest hurricanes in the present climate may be upstaged by even more intense hurricanes over the next century as the Earth's climate is warmed by increasing levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere." (Sun Sentinel Florida Sept. 11, 2004)

NASA Satellites Record a Month for the Hurricane History Books - There were more named storms recorded in the month of July 2005 for the Atlantic Ocean than ever in the hurricane history books. (PhysOrg Sept. 8, 2005)

Impact of Global Warming on Weather Patterns Underestimated - The impact of global warming on European weather patterns has been underestimated, according to a new report published in Nature this week. (PhysOrg Sept. 22, 2005)

Mother Nature

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Big Bogs Spurred Ancient Global Warming - Massive peat bogs in Siberia and elsewhere may have helped spur global warming at the end of the last ice age some 12,000 years ago. An exacerbating factor to consider. (Reuters Oct. 13, 2006)

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Tunguska explosion blamed for past century of warming - Scientific modeling points to the Tunguska explosion in Siberia in 1908 as a significant turning point, allowing more solar radiation to reach the earth's surface. The event released as much energy as fifteen one-megaton atomic bombs. (ScienceDaily Mar. 14, 2006)

Greenhouse Gas Bubbling from Melting Permafrost Feeds Climate Warming at Much Higher Than Expected Rates - According to a study published in the Sept. 7 issue of the journal Nature, as the permafrost melts in North Siberia due to climate change, carbon sequestered and buried there since the Pleistocene era is bubbling up to the surface of Siberian thaw lakes and into the atmosphere as methane, a greenhouse gas 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide. (PhysOrg Sept. 6, 2006)

Methane's Impact on Climate Change May be Twice Previous Estimates - Because methane reacts with other chemicals once it is released into the air, it is hard to determine just how much methane is being emitted. (PhysOrg July 18, 2005)

Causes of Methane Growth Revealed - Following an international study into how methane levels in the atmosphere have evolved during the past 2000 years, atmospheric scientists have a new insight on methane. (PhysOrg Sept. 9, 2005)

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Methane emissions from terrestrial plants - Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics have discovery that organic plants release methane, the a greenhouse gas which is second only to CO2 in its effect on the climate. (PhysOrg Jan. 11, 2006) (Nature1 | 2) (Ark)

Massive Stores of Methane Sequestered in Melting Artic Ice - Elevation of global temperature by around 10 degrees would set off a chain reaction of warming and overwhelm the air ratios, leaving the earth nearly uninhabitable. (ZPEnergy Dec. 16, 2004)

Fear that giant 'burp' could trigger global warming - Sudden rise in global temperatures 55 million years ago from release of Methane from ocean soil... (FelixOnline April 28, 2005)

Soil emissions are much-bigger-than-expected component of air pollution - Research led by a University of Washington atmospheric scientist shows that, in some regions, nitrogen oxides emitted by the soil are much greater than expected and could play a substantially larger role in seasonal air pollution than previously believed. (PhysOrg June 6, 2005)

Methane Could Be Far Worse Than Carbon Dioxide - Methane gas, abundantly trapped as a half frozen slush in the northern hemisphere's tundra permafrost regions and at the bottom of the sea may well be a ticking time bomb, says geologist John Atcheson. (NewMediaExplorer Feb. 1, 2005)

Major climate change of 5,200 years ago could repeat itself - Glaciologist Lonnie Thompson, who has spent his career collecting core samples from ice fields from around the world, believes he may have found clues of cyclical patterns that have important implications to modern society. (PhysOrg Dec. 16, 2004)

Ancient Global Warming Disaster - An ancient version of global warming may have been to blame for the greatest mass extinction in Earth's history 250 million years ago. (CBS Jan. 20, 2005)

New findings show a slow recovery from extreme global warming episode 55 million years ago - Science publications says that according to history, most of the excess carbon dioxide pouring into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels will ultimately be absorbed by the oceans, but it will take about 100,000 years. (PhysOrg June 10, 2005)

Scientists conclude Earth's energy is 'out of balance' - Using satellites, data from buoys and computer models to study the Earth's oceans, scientists have concluded that more energy is being absorbed from the Sun than is emitted back to space, throwing the Earth's energy "out of balance" and warming the planet.. (PhysOrg April 28, 2005) (Newswise May 5, 2005)

Earth Lightens Up - After 30 years of dimming, the planet's surface is brightening, which may accelerate warming at the surface, according to an international collaboration published in Science magazine this week. (PhysOrg May 5, 2005) (Newswise May 5, 2005)

Martian pole reveals ice age cycles - Climate record seen in Red Planet's exposed ice cliffs. (Nature 24 February 2005)

A deep sea hydrocarbon factory - A team of University of Minnesota scientists has discovered how iron- and chromium-rich rocks can generate natural gas (methane) and related hydrocarbons when reacted with superheated fluids circulating deep beneath the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Because the process is completely nonbiological, the hydrocarbons could have been a source of "food" for some of the first organisms to inhabit the Earth. Also, methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and this process may have contributed to global warming early in geologic time. (PhysOrg Dec. 12, 2004)

Solar Cycle Influence on Global Temperatures

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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory Series / Directory:Global Warming > Review:Jesse Ventura:Global Warming Conspiracy Theory - His group of researchers appear to start out as "believers" in man-caused global warming, but in the course of investigating the topic they come to a very different conclusion. "A lot of people who preach the global warming gospel are not out to 'save' the world, they're out to 'run' it." (PESWiki Dec. 26, 2009) (Comments)


(10 Minutes) Climate Change Bombshell: Dr. Tim Ball on the hacked CRU emails

Dr. Tim Ball joins us to discuss the significance of the recently leaked emails and documents from the Climate Research Unit at East Anglia University which expose deceit, duplicity and collusion between climate researchers to maintain the fraud of the manmade global warming theory.

(You Tube Nov 21, 2009)

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Directory:Global Warming / Directory:Global Cooling > Utah delivers vote of no confidence for 'climate alarmists' - The Utah State Assembly has passed a resolution decrying climate change alarmists and urging "the United States Environmental Protection Agency to immediately halt its carbon dioxide reduction policies and programs and withdraw its 'Endangerment Finding' and related regulations until a full and independent investigation of climate data and global warming science can be substantiated." (Guardian UK Feb. 12, 2010) (HJR 12)
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Laughingstock Al Gore dumbfounded as he tries to explain record-breaking cold around the U.S. - The Church of Global Warming, with Gore as its high priest, the church was not long in establishing tenets of faith, nor in immediately branding those who refused to worship there as apostate. Now what? (Doug Ross Journal Jan. 15, 2009)

Global Warming as Classic Psy-Ops Operation - (Feb. 3, 2007)

Devil Is In The Details: How Realistic Are The IPCC’s Reference Emissions Scenarios? - Assessment is a necessary prelude to response, and a particularly difficult aspect of the assessment process has been the understanding of complex interactions between climatic, environmental, economic, political, institutional, social and technological processes, as they influence climate change. (Green Car Congress April 6, 2008)

The Day After Tomorrow - Index of scientific documentation for the scenario painted in the Hollywood blockbuster film in which a sudden ice age is caused by the thermohaline current coming to a halt due to the infusion of fresh water from melting ice.

Biofuels Deemed a Greenhouse Threat - Almost all biofuels used today cause more greenhouse gas emissions than conventional fuels if the full emissions costs of producing these “green" fuels are taken into account, two studies being published Thursday have concluded. (NY Times Feb. 8, 2008)

Biofuels could increase global warming with laughing gas - Growing and burning many biofuel crops may actually raise, rather than lower, greenhouse gas emissions. That's the conclusion of a new study led by Nobel prize-winning chemist Paul Crutzen, best known for his work on the ozone layer. (PhysOrg Sept. 21, 2007)

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CO2 output from shipping twice as much as airlines - Separate studies suggest that maritime carbon dioxide emissions are not only higher than previously thought, but could rise by as much as 75% in the next 15 to 20 years if world trade continues to grow and no action is taken. (Guardian UK March 3, 2007)


See Directory:Climategate - separate index page

Latest: Directory:Global Warming > Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Climategate > Climategate 2.0 -- Politics of Science Trumping Left and Right - The same elite scientific establishment that prostituted themselves to promote "global warming" for political reasons, disregarding science (and who support the 9/11 official story) is the same corrupted scientific establishment that has said "cold fusion is impossible." Don't buy their lies. They are liars, as proven. Free energy is possible. The universe is full of it. (PESN and BeforeItsNews November 27, 2011)

Alternate Theories

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Directory:Global Warming > Directory:Global Warming > Experts point to the sun as primary contributor to global warming/cooling - Climate researchers now understand solar variations can have a significant effect on climate change. A new report issued by the National Research Council (NRC), "The Effects of Solar Variability on Earth's Climate," lays out some of the surprisingly complex ways that solar activity can make itself felt on our planet. (SpaceDaily January 11, 2013)
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Directory:Nature > Directory:Earth Changes > Space Weather -- Implications for Planet Earth and Humankind (video/presentation) - Fascinating, 2.5-hour presentation by Joyfire Publishing will blow your mind. Brings new perspective on "climate change". Interplay between cosmic, solar, and earth energies. ( February ?, 2011)
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Changes In Winds Could Have Been Cause Of Abrupt Glacial Climatic Change - According to Marisa Montoya, “If the glacial climate had been in the vicinity of that point, small wind changes could have caused sudden and significant climatic changes during that period". These simulations have demonstrated the existence of a threshold after which a small change in wind speed causes disproportionately large changes in the sea current speed. (Science Daily'' July 21, 2008)

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Global Warming Dissenters Suppressed? - Scientists who dissent from the alarmism have seen their grant funds disappear, their work derided, and themselves libeled as industry stooges, scientific hacks or worse. (Slashdot April 12, 2006)

Ozone Depletion a Significant Factor - Temperature increase is up much more at poles than at other latitudes.Ozone Layer is depleted the most, at the polar regions. Increased UV light energy, due to depletion, may be a significant factor.

Article: Article:Ozone Layer and the Greenhouse Effect

Mystery climate mechanism may counteract global warming - Data from satellite measurements of the Earth's atmosphere following the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991 show that global temperatures dropped more and rebounded to normal significantly faster than conventional climate models would have predicted. (PhysOrg April 12, 2005)

Winds, ice motion root cause of decline in sea ice, not warmer temperatures - U. of Washington researchers say extreme changes in the Arctic Oscillation in the early 1990s -- and not warmer temperatures of recent years -- are largely responsible for declines in how much sea ice covers the Arctic Ocean. (PhysOrg Dec. 14, 2004)

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Weather Control - Online book alleges that weather-altering apparatus exists, and that much of today's errant weather is human-engineered for purpose of convincing people to give up certain freedoms, toward a global police state. ( (Thanks Dennis Stewart)

Humans are Causing Global Warming - New study compares 7 million real-world data points with several computer models of global warming. Each model had a possible cause associated with it. "Natural variation in the Earth's climate, or changes in solar activity or volcanic eruptions, which have been suggested as alternative explanations for rising temperatures, could not explain the data collected in the real world." (Slashdot Feb. 17, 2005)

How Did Humans First Alter Global Climate? - A bold hypothesis suggests that our ancestors' farming practices started warming the earth thousands of years before industrial society did. (Scientific American March 2005)

Bad Data

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A Tool for Pushing World Socialism

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Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Global Warming > Oil Baron Al Gore Exposed As Carbon Scammer! - Alex Jones points out that Al Gore, who drew up the carbon tax plan with Ken Lay in 1995-96, and who owns multiple palatial homes that use many times more energy than average, is majority owner of Oxidental Petroleum. Many of the major oil companies were behind the plan in order to create artificial scarcity, to drive up prices. (Directory:Infowars and Prison Planet by Alex Jones July 15, 2011)
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy > Directory:Global Warming > Directory:Global Warming > Review:Alex Jones:Fall of the Republic - A review of this must-see documentary by Directory:Infowars and Prison Planet by Alex Jones, now available in one HQ YouTube video. The last third of the film addresses how the global warming frenzy has been used to accelerate the push toward world tyranny by those who have no actual love of the planet. (PESWiki Jan. 2, 2010) (Comment)
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory Series / Directory:Global Warming > Review:Jesse Ventura:Global Warming Conspiracy Theory - His group of researchers appear to start out as "believers" in man-caused global warming, but in the course of investigating the topic they come to a very different conclusion. "A lot of people who preach the global warming gospel are not out to 'save' the world, they're out to 'run' it." (PESWiki Dec. 26, 2009) (Comments)
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Global Warming > Site:LRP:Climate Change Myth & The Agenda To Remove The Sovereignty of the United States - A former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Lord Monckton, says the real purpose of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen on Dec. 7-18 is to use global warming hype as a pretext to lay the foundation for a socialist one-world government. (PESWiki Oct. 19, 2009)


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Directory:Global Warming > Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > ClimateGate, again - "I am proud to be one of the 32,000 Scientists, PHD's, Engineers and Technicians who have signed the Petition to force the EPA into independent 3rd party review of their proposed regulation schemes which can not be supported by anything other than their "consensus" (2500 captive employees within the government). We do NOT buy into Global Warming" (Stop Agenda21 Now November 26, 2011)

Statement on Global Warming Petition Signed by 31,478 Scientists - Ron Paul sumarizes: "While ... the human right to produce and use energy does not extend to activities that actually endanger the climate of the Earth upon which we all depend, bogus claims about climate dangers should not be used as a justification to further limit the American people's freedom." (Campaign for Liberty June 5, 2009)


(8.05 Minutes) John Coleman slams global warming (1 of 4)

The founder of The Weather Channel speaks out against global warming. See coverage of the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change in The New American magazine. (<pesn type="link" url="