Sunday, July 28, 2013


Climate Scientists Laugh at Global Warming Hysteria - YouTube
[12-min video] Respected Australian scientists laugh at Julia Gillard, David Suzuki and other climate change drama queens.
Professor Bob Carter of James Cook University is a Marine Geologist.
Professor Peter Reid of James Cook University is a Marine Physics specialist.
Professor Garth Paltridge is a former Cheif Scientist at the CSIRO and is an Atmospheric Physicist.
Listen to 100 years of experience in the field!
Thou Shalt Not Eat Meat… On Mondays At Least
The Meatless Monday movement aims to change eating habits to help combat the alarmingly high rates of obesity in Mexico

MEXICO CITY, July 22 (Tierramérica).- Nutritionists are promoting an 11th commandment in Mexico: “Thou shalt not eat meat… at least one day a week.”
Mere Ecologism: Is Modern Environmentalism Science Or Faith? | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Bruckner sees the religious fervor for the eco-apocalypse and human guilt as an “infantile disease” discrediting sensible environmental thought.
Andrew Stuttaford: Our Climate-Change Cathedral | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Even if the global warming obsession is one day abandoned, Darwall suspects that the Western mind will fill the gap that it leaves behind by dreaming up yet another environmental crisis that can be avoided only by crippling the modern industrial economy.
Today's high temperature in Duluth? Same as the average low for July 27 | Duluth News Tribune | Duluth, Minnesota
Saturday’s high temperature in Duluth through mid-evening was exactly the same as the average low for July 27: 56 degrees.

If it stands, that ties a record for the lowest high temperature for the date in Duluth, matching a mark set back in 1888. A high in the mid-50s is what the Northland usually sees in early May, or mid-October.
International Falls also tied a record for lowest high temperature on Saturday with a reading of 59 degrees, matching the mark from 1973. It set a record in that category on Friday with a high of 57 degrees; the previous record for July 26 was 62 degrees, set in 1950.

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