If you tuned in to international news at the turn of this year, you may have heard of the research ship, MV Akademik Shokalskiy being stranded in thick pack ice off the coast of Antarctica. Climate change deniers tried to use this event to incorrectly demonstrate why climate change was a farce. While some people can not seem to grasp the difference … Continue reading Antarctica sheet ice is rapidly melting
I just watched Mike Adams, ‘The Health Ranger’, throw in his two cents ‘debunking Al Gore’s Co2 Claim’. It was painful to watch and the writing of this article is for me cathartic. I don’t want to spend the rest of my evening annoyed at his idiocy, after all. Instead of focusing on climate change … Continue reading Mike Adams Loves CO2 And Says It’s Not Evil… But Does Anybody?
It’s a funny thing about the news cycle. Roughly 48 hours after news is released it’s considered ‘old news’. I don’t prescribe to this theory. The implication is that for one, everyone is aware of each and every news story that emerges within the context of this time period, and two, that the news … Continue reading Joe Barton: ‘Is The Great Flood Evidence Against Climate Change Influenced by Mankind?’
Apparently gargantuan crabs come along with the territory so far as increased CO2 emissions are concerned. Take a long look at that crab in the picture to the right. That crab does not exist, and probably isn’t going to due to the increase in CO2. So do not panic. That image is there purely for … Continue reading Crab Shells Soak Up CO2 And Are Growing. Sadly, The Meat, Not So Much
Yesterday I wrote an article regarding alarming news about the acceleration of climate change. I am not a doomsayer, simply a pragmatist that trusts the overwhelming scientific consensus. But enough on that. Today is a new day, one that will be focused on some positive strides in innovation that have been made for current, and … Continue reading Positive Innovation On The Climate Change Front, Now And Tomorrow