AFP: US study says El Nino, climate change link fuzzy
WASHINGTON — The frequency and volatility of El Nino, a weather pattern that hammers the tropical Pacific Ocean every five years or so, does not seem linked to climate change, said US research released Thursday.Europe’s dirty secret: The unwelcome renaissance | The Economist
The amount of electricity generated from coal is rising at annualised rates of as much as 50% in some European countries.Twitter / [Time warmist Bryan Walsh]
Not saying it's cold in @time offices, but we could use another shovelful of coal on the fireNRDC Forecast Verification | Real Science
On December 7, NRDC forecast the end of Utah skiing.Twitter / CharlieDaniels: Thank you Al Gore for giving ...
Over the following three weeks after their forecast of doom, Alta received an average of one inch of snow every five hours.
Thank you Al Gore for giving Jihadist propaganda a foothold in America By selling your t v network to Al Jazerra. You're a real peachTwitter / CharlieDaniels: @kenocook Osama bin Ladin ...
@kenocook Osama bin Ladin did not send his taped messages to Fox to be broadcast to the world.