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C02, while a blessing to Earth’s ecology, has been a curse to Earth’s economy.
With scientists increasingly predicting a long period of global cooling, we may need incentives to put additional carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Continue reading
(March 27, 2015) With a century of cold weather ahead, the public won’t buy that cold weather is caused by global warming.
(May 4, 2012) Readers resist the triumph of cosmic rays over CO2. Continue reading
(August 19, 2011) Venezuela’s dictator, Hugo Chavez, was in the news this week for brashly announcing an expropriation of the mineral rights of the citizens of his country. We don’t seize private property that way in our democracy. We seize it silently and in plain sight, as seen in the province of Alberta, which so deftly passed stealth legislation two years ago that most Albertans are only now discovering the government’s audacious takeover of their property rights. Continue reading
(May 9, 2011) The Amazon Forest – often called the lungs of the Earth – suffered a large drought in 2005 and an even larger one in 2010, devastating populations of river dolphins and other species and leading many climate scientists to fear the worst. Continue reading