Apr 17 22:30

Oklahoma Approved The Use Of Nitrogen In Executions

The state is the first to support nitrogen-prompted hypoxia for utilization on death-column prisoners, which supporters says is “easy” regardless of absence of human testing.

Apr 17 10:26

Mind-Blowing Snow Route Through Japan’s Northern Alps Opens for Tourist Season

The amazing Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Japan, where you can walk between enormous 65-foot tall walls of snow, opened for public tours this week.

The route sits in the Northern Japan Alps, and it’s completely inaccessible from December to mid April, according to the Japanese tourism site

The snow here can be so epic, even meteorologists are impressed.

Apr 17 10:25

Coors Field is currently covered in snow

The 2015 season is a little more than one week old right now, yet baseball weather has not yet arrived at Coors Field.

Apr 17 10:24

Spring Snow Surprises Some Estes Park Visitors

The spring snowstorm was a surprise to some people visiting Estes Park on Thursday.

Some visitors described the conditions as a winter wonderland. In downtown Estes Park the scenery looked more mid-winter than early spring.

Apr 17 10:24

Two carports at Aurora apartment complexes collapse under weight of snow

Two carports collapsed under heavy, wet snow at two apartment complexes in Aurora on Friday morning.

The Aurora Fire Department said a carport collapsed about 1:30 a.m. at the Liberty Creek Apartment Homes complex at 12513 E. Kansas Drive. Heavy, damaging eight to 10 vehicles. There were no injuries.

Apr 17 10:24

Forecasters say more rain and snow to come

The storm that dumped up to a foot of snow across portions of Wyoming may leave the state this weekend only to be followed by another weaker one.

A system from the northwest is expected to move into Wyoming on Saturday and could bring more snow and rain into Monday, said Chris Jones, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Riverton.

Apr 17 10:23

Snow Falls in Parts of Rockies, Causes Pileups in Wyoming

Wintry weather swept across parts of the Rockies on Thursday, leaving behind some wrecks and road closures.

Heavy snow was being blamed for several pileups involving some 60 cars and trucks on Interstate 80 in southeastern Wyoming. No fatalities were reported, but about two dozen people were taken to a Cheyenne hospital.

Apr 17 10:23

Colorado snow totals for April 16-17, 2015

The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for the April 16-17, 2015 storm, as of 1 a.m. Friday:

Allenspark — 10 inches

Aspen Springs — 10.5 inches

Aurora — 4.2 inches

Bergen Park — 7 inches

Black Hawk — 8.3 inches

Boulder — 3.7 inches

Breckenridge — 2.7 inches

Brookvale — 8 inches

Broomfield — 4.5 inches

Central City — 6 inches

Conifer — 7 inches

Denver — 1.5 inches

Denver International Airport — 4.1 inches

Eldorado Springs — 6.2 inches

Elizabeth — 6.5 inches

Evergreen — 8 inches

Apr 17 08:08

A Prisoner Sentenced To Death In Alabama Was Released

An Alabama demise column detainee came to a supplication bargain Thursday that makes him the second detainee to escape capital punishment in the state in less than two weeks.

William Ziegler, 39, consented to confess to supporting and abetting in the killing of Russell Allen Baker, and a Mobile County judge issued him credit for the over 15 years he as of now has served in jail.

Apr 17 08:06

Global Warming Is A Religion

Apr 17 08:05

Scientists Grant Earth Another 15 Year Reprieve!

As long as we continue giving climate scientists government grants to lie about the climate, they will continue to grant us reprieves. Once they stop making threats and granting us reprieves, government has no reason to grant them any more grants.

Apr 17 08:03

Arctic sea ice gains can be seen on new government map of Canada

At first blush, the newest edition of the federal government's map of Canada will likely surprise some climate-change scientists.

The updated map shows what appears to be more Arctic sea ice than its 2006 predecessor, despite warnings about global warming accelerating the loss of sea ice.

Apr 17 07:39

The US Embassy In Kyrgyzstan Has Refused To Talk About The Resulting Diplomatic Pouch 150 Tons

In the US diplomatic mission in Bishkek refused to comment on reports of local media that for the “parcel”, weighing 150 tons embassy received as a pouch.

“Comments on this issue will not be” – RIA reported the press service of the US Embassy in Bishkek.

Apr 17 07:35

Little Football, A Lot Of Money The History Of US-Mexico Match

United States and Mexico with little football became a millionaire business.

History repeated itself, the football teams of US and Mexico played the match 64, and again the economics of the benefits that left the organizers was the big winner.

Apr 17 07:17

How the Global Warming Scare Began

A great scientist named Roger Revelle had Al Gore in his class at Harvard and the Global Warming campaign was born. Revelle tried to calm things down years later, but Gore said Revelle was Senile and refused to debate. John Coleman documents the entire story and shows how our tax dollars are perpetuating the Global Warming alarmist campaign even though temperatures have not risen in years and years.

Apr 16 23:30

Little Football, A Lot Of Money The History Of US-Mexico Match

United States and Mexico with little football became a millionaire business.

History repeated itself, the football teams of US and Mexico played the match 64, and again the economics of the benefits that left the organizers was the big winner.

Apr 16 10:26

The US Embassy In Kyrgyzstan Has Refused To Talk About The Resulting Diplomatic Pouch 150 Tons

In the US diplomatic mission in Bishkek refused to comment on reports of local media that for the “parcel”, weighing 150 tons embassy received as a pouch.

“Comments on this issue will not be” – RIA reported the press service of the US Embassy in Bishkek.

Apr 16 08:00

April snow shocks Utahns but does little for state's water woes

While Utahns marveled at the amount of snow that came down Wednesday, overall the April storm was only a drop toward solving Utah's water woes.

The 10-inch average snowfall spread across the Wasatch Front made Wednesday the snowiest April 15 on record and brought the biggest snowfall of the season, but when the sun comes back in a few days the state will be right back where it started, National Weather Service hydrologist Brian McInerney said.

Apr 16 07:13

Climate Scientist Gavin Schmidt runs in fear from a debate

Gavin Schmidt wusses out as he refuses to debate a real climate scientist; (Roy Spencer).
An unedifying spectacle ensues as fear drives Schmidt away; he runs like a child from debating someone else who is knowledgeable on climate science.
He then goes on to repeat the old IPCC mantra of hysteria, disaster & computer modeled fiction.

Schmidt's speech is pretty much lies, pseudo-scientific tripe or wildly exaggerated crap.
Not surprising, since he has no qualifications whatever in climate science, climatology, physics, astronomy geology, geophysics (or any science subject).

These parts are either obvious lies, exaggerated or just scientifically wrong;

"We've looked at the Sun; its not the Sun..".
"We've increased CO2 by over 40% in the atmosphere...".
"We've doubled the amount of Methane..."

Apr 16 02:07

The US Embassy In Kyrgyzstan Has Refused To Talk About The Resulting Diplomatic Pouch 150 Tons

In the US diplomatic mission in Bishkek refused to comment on reports of local media that for the “parcel”, weighing 150 tons embassy received as a pouch.

“Comments on this issue will not be” – RIA reported the press service of the US Embassy in Bishkek.

Apr 15 10:35

Boulder weather: Rain and snow today, with up to 5 inches of snowfall by Thursday night

Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with a high of 55 and a 30 percent chance of showers during the day with winds 12 to 17 mph with gusts as high as 24 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 30 with a 40 percent chance of rain and snow.

Thursday's forecast calls for cloudy skies with a high of 43 and a 60 percent chance of rain and snow. The overnight low is expected to be near 33, with a 70 percent chance of snow, with 3 to 5 inches possible.

Apr 15 10:35

Denver: Unsettled Second Half of Week to Feature Snow

An upper-level disturbance that brought snow to the northern Rockies will take a dive into Colorado on Thursday, bringing cooler air and some snow to the Mile-High City.

Apr 15 09:28

Russian Scientists say period of global cooling ahead due to changes in the sun

Global warming which has been the subject of so many discussions in recent years, may give way to global cooling. According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well. Scientists from Britain and the US chime in saying that forecasts for global cooling are far from groundless. Some experts warn that a change in the climate may affect the ambitious projects for the exploration of the Arctic that have been launched by many countries.

Apr 15 09:18

Dr William Happer Destroys Climate Change Hysteria in 7 minutes

Apr 15 07:58

The European Union Accused Google Of Abusing Its Dominant Position

The European Commission has sent a Statement of Objections to Google affirming the organization has mishandled its prevailing position in the businesses for general web hunt benefits in the European Economic Area (EEA) by methodically supporting its own correlation shopping item in its general query items pages. The Commission’s preparatory perspective is that such direct encroaches EU antitrust principles in light of the fact that it smothers rivalry and damages shoppers. Sending a Statement of Objections does not prejudge the result of the examination.

Apr 14 14:59

Plan B – Shoot Themselves In The Foot

The climate scamsters have known for about a decade that the global warming scam was going to collapse, so they developed a Plan B – ocean acidification. This would allow them to continue their destruction of the energy infrastructure, even after no one believed in global warming any more.

Check out this world class nonsense.

Apr 14 14:31

8 inches of spring snow falls in Mexico

Apr 14 12:47

Weather moves from fire danger to snow this week

A complicated weather pattern this week starts with high fire danger Tuesday, followed by thundershowers, rain and snow for the end of the week. Specific snow forecasts for the mountains and Front Range may change as we get closer to the storm,

Apr 14 12:46

Snow-pack gains back 2% from weekend storm

While it has been a lack luster year for snow in the Inland Northwest and drought concerns loom, this past weekend's snowstorm to the Cascades brought back some hope.

Apr 14 12:46

Spring Snow Ahead for the Rockies, Including Denver

The calendar may say mid-April, but we have our eyes on a system that will wring out snow in the Rocky Mountains, including the Denver metro area this week.

Apr 14 12:45

Vermont leads the nation in snow

Vermont's snowfall is the envy of the nation, with Jay Peak Resort receiving the most snow of any resort in the continental United States. Jay Peak will remain open seven days a week until April 26.

Apr 14 10:19

A Condo In San Francisco Is Available For $49 Million

The duplex penthouse at Lumina in San Francisco is marked down for $49 million.

The property is a 13,800 square foot duplex penthouse on the 41st and 42nd stories of the new Lumina building at 201 Folsom Street.

Apr 14 08:39

Winter over, but snow still possible

Winter is over. Spring is here. Or at least that is what local meteorologists are saying.

Scott Rozanski, meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Gaylord, did not rule out occasional snowfall for the rest of the month, but said it is safe to say another brutal winter has come to an end.

Apr 13 13:29

FLASHBACK - Cap-and-Trade: The Temple of Enron (James Hansen makes an important political point)

“Since 1976, Enron [and predecessor company] employees have been at the forefront of developing air credit trading policies for governments and businesses…. Enron today is the largest and most sophisticated air emissions credit and allowance trading organization in the United States. Since 1990, Enron has participated in over 80 SOx allowance transactions and has also been active in establishing policies for trading NOx in the United States and carbon [dioxide] world-wide.”

- “Enron Corp.’s Participation in Air Trading,” Enron Capital & Trade Resources, November 4, 1996 (copy in files).

“If implemented, [the Kyoto Protocol] will do more to promote Enron’s business than will almost any other regulatory initiative…. The endorsement of [CO2] emissions trading was another victory for us…. This agreement will be good for Enron stock!”

Apr 13 12:27

Ontario to sign cap-and-trade agreement with Quebec to cut carbon emissions

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will sign an agreement today to join Quebec in a cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

?She said the deal will create a "market mechanism" to encourage companies to move toward reducing emissions that lead to climate change.

Apr 13 10:48

Lebanon witnesses winter-like weekend weather

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BEIRUT: Winter-like weather returned to Lebanon over the weekend, with heavy overnight rain along the coast and snowfall in the mountains.

Intermittent rain and snow will continue as temperatures slowly drop until Monday, according to the Meteorological Department at Beirut airport.

Some mountain roads, including the Kfar Debian road linking Beirut to the Bekaa Valley, were only opened for cars equipped with chains as a result of the snowfall Saturday, according to the Traffic Management Center.

Apr 13 10:47

Longmont weather: High of 69 today but snow possible by Wednesday

Longmont should see two days of clear skies and warm temperatures before snow and rain move into the area, according to the National Weather Service.

Apr 13 10:47

Forecast: Rain in Seattle area, more snow expected in mountains

Stevens Pass is open for skiing Monday after receiving 16 inches of snow over the weekend, according to the ski resort’s website.

Apr 13 10:46

Snow could hit Colorado Springs this week

Forecasters are calling for sunny skies and warm temperatures in Denver through mid-week before a storm threatening to drop snow across the Front Range moves in on Wednesday.

Apr 13 10:46

Denver weather: Sunny skies before mid-week storm threatens to drop snow

Forecasters are calling for sunny skies and warm temperatures in Denver through mid-week before a storm threatening to drop snow across the Front Range moves in on Wednesday.

Apr 13 10:45

Thousands March Through Snow Protesting Global Warming

The “Gore effect” has struck again, this time forcing thousands of Canadian eco-activists to march through the snow over the weekend, rallying against global warming on a cold Quebec City day.

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Apr 13 09:21

BEX ALERT - 'Warm blob' in Pacific Ocean linked to weird weather across the U.S.

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Another pathetic attempt by the Carbonazis to protect their pet theory of human-caused global warming from the reality of several record-setting winters in a row. "Trust us" they say, "a blob of hot water in the Pacific is causing all that ice and snow!"

Now, a little science. If you have a tank of cold water and you find some way to inject a blob of hot water into the middle of it, it will not stay there because of convection and currents. A persistent warm blob is likely the heat plume from an undersea volcano, which means human activity has nothing to do with it.

Apr 13 08:11

BEX ALERT - Climate change is the ultimate gentrifier

As former Louisiana state Rep. Richard Baker said after Hurricane Katrina, “We finally cleaned up public housing. We couldn’t do it, but God did.”

Apr 11 10:07

Jeb Bush Criticizes Obama Meeting – Castro

Jeb Bush criticized the meeting between Obama and Castro in Panama
The former Florida Governor Jeb Bush criticized the US president, Barack Obama, gave him the hand of his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro, at the Summit of the Americas and called the president of Cuba of "cruel dictator".

Apr 10 12:19

BEX ALERT - Boston can blame Pacific’s warm ‘blob’ for record snow

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Another variation on "global warming causes snow and ice!"

Apr 10 07:48

Hot topic: Wisconsin State agency banishes ‘climate change’

In a 2-1 vote earlier this week, Wisconsin's Board of Commissioners of Public Lands (BCPL) barred employees from “engaging in global warming or climate change work” on BCPL time. That reportedly includes even answering emails about the subject.

“It’s not a part of our sole mission, which is to make money for our beneficiaries,” said State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk, who initiated the proposal and is one of the two Republicans on the board. “That’s what I want our employees working on. That’s it. Managing our trust funds.”

Apr 09 13:51

WOO-HOO: The Surgeon General Is Taking Your Questions on Climate Change

So… All you barbequing Flat Earthers out there, what lingering climate change questions do you have for our illustrious surgeon general?

Apr 09 13:46

UN Official Says to Depopulate the Earth to Fight Global Warming

Sometimes it takes a couple years for these things to surface. It was back in 2013 when Christiana Figueres, a UN official, was interviewed by Climate One, a “public affairs forum” that discusses ways to combat manmade global warming. In her comments, Figueres argued that cutting down on the global population, in addition to taking other drastic measures, would help to fight global warming.

Apr 09 13:28

Winter: 'I'm Baaaack!' Storm to Smack Passes with Late Season Snow

SEATTLE -- Just when we thought it was safe to think spring had a solid foothold on the weather, considering it feels like it's been in charge since, oh, December, along comes a storm that's reminiscent of winters past.

A potent storm is set to bring heavy snow to the mountains and some drenching rains and hail to the lowlands. But while the mountains could desperately use the late-season snow, those of you with mountain pass travel plans who have long figured the days of worrying about snowy roads were over need to get your winter driving plans in order.

Apr 09 10:40

FLASHBACK - The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.

Two weeks ago, under the headline “How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming”, I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.

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And the Carbonazis, unrepentant liars all, are still doing it in order to scream that the start of 2015 is the warmest in record even as snow continues to fall (Tokyo this morning) and lingering ice blocks shipping traffic.

Apr 09 10:38


"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

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It is time to circulate this through social media again. Even as wee continue to get reports of record cold across the northern hemisphere, the Carbonazis are mounting a PR campaign to report (unverified) high temperatures and vanishing ice in remote locations where nobody can check for themselves for the lies we know the promoters of this hoax have been caught telling. It amazes me that after so many record-setting winters, and clearly more on the way, that Al Gore and his ilk continue to be such unremitting and unrepentant liars!

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Apr 09 10:33

Ice Age Watch: New York Had Its Coldest Late Winter In Over 100 Years

New Yorkers may have wished they were Californians this winter as the Empire State suffered through its coldest January through March period in more than 100 years — all while Californians had record warmth.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported northeastern states suffered through a much colder-than-average January through March period. That was especially true for New York and Vermont, both of which had their coldest late winter periods on record.

Apr 09 10:33

Low temperature records broken throughout Newfoundland

It might be more than a week into the month of April in Newfoundland and Labrador, but spring still feels very distant for many towns as cold temperature records continue to be broken.

Apr 09 10:30

Trapped in ice: Freighters, fishing boats, whales stuck in winter's gripIce on Great Lakes traps 8 freighters on busy shipping route between U.S., Canada

Apr 09 10:20

Coal Companies Are Selling Coal To Themselves To Get More Government Subsidies

In what is being described as a fundamental shift in how the coal industry does business, over 40 percent of all coal produced in Wyoming is now being first sold not to a power plant or a utility, but to a subsidiary of the same company that mined the coal — a 17-fold increase since 2004 for the U.S.’s largest coal-producing state.

According to a new report by the Center for American Progress, these inside deals between coal companies and their own subsidiaries (known as “captive transactions”) are aimed, in part, at intentionally dodging federal and state royalty payments and maximizing taxpayer-funded subsidies from the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Apr 09 09:38

Arctic Sea Ice Rapidly Recovering

The extent of Arctic sea ice has returned to stable 2005/2006 levels

Apr 09 09:37

Arctic Expands To Michigan

Apr 09 09:26

Gawker: It’s Time to Imprison Global Warming Heretics

Over at Gawker, Adam Weinstein is making the argument that making an argument against the conventional wisdom that global warming exists and is caused by our behavior should be enough to land someone in prison.

He calls us “climate change deniers” which is ridiculous. Everyone knows the climate changes. What I deny is the story about how our carbon footprint is causing the ice caps to melt and the earth to heat up like it’s in a microwave oven.

What I deny is the narrative that the science is indeed conclusive on this subject, which it clearly is not.

What I deny is the necessity to regulate carbon, the basic building block of everything on the planet.

What I deny is the creation of an unelected global board which will basically dictate what every country can develop or manufacture or grow on it’s own soil.

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Apr 09 08:58

FLASHBACK 2009 - Selling ObamaCare Like Selling Hot Dogs

President Obama is trying desperately to sell his healthcare program to the nation. His latest stunt is a staged photo op at the White House Rose Garden with 150 doctors in tow from the 50 states. How would the people know that these men were doctors? “Doctors attending the event were instructed to show up in white lab coats to give observers the feeling that doctors stand behind the President’s health care plans.” But some did not show up with their white lab coats. They came dressed like stock brokers. No problem. Obama’s people were prepared with an assortment of white coats of their own. A medicinal sea of white served as a backdrop for the president’s propaganda push.

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Remember what I said about how the white lab coat has replaced a priests robes in convincing you to do what the rulers want you to do?

Apr 09 08:17

Icebound: 10-15 ships stranded in frozen Lake Superior

Harsh spring weather has caused up to 15 American and Canadian ships to become stranded in ice-covered Lake Superior, with coastguards working on a rescue operation. One of the freighters has been damaged by the crushing grip of the ice.

Apr 08 11:45

NJ climatologist: March was historically cold, again

Just like last year, March bucked the "in like a lion, out like a lamb" adage. But so did this year's winter season, which ended colder than normal, according to a new report from the New Jersey state climatologist.

"For the second consecutive year, March served as a meteorological exclamation point on an active cold and snowy season," said David A. Robinson, state climatologist and Rutgers geography professor.

Apr 08 11:45

NWS: VT/NY Sees Record Cold Temperatures From January to March

According to the National Weather Service, January to March was the coldest on record for Vermont & New York in 121 years.

Apr 08 10:56

Americans Pull Back on Credit-Card Debt in February

The weaker spending could reflect unseasonably cold weather in parts of the country, but it does raise concerns. Consumer spending, already about two-thirds of economic output, is needed to drive the economic expansion during a period when a stronger dollar and weakness in overseas is slowing other pockets of the U.S. economy.

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Don't you love how the propaganda bites its own ass? They are blaming the decline in consumer spending on the frigid weather we have been having, even as they proclaim that 2015 is the hottest year on record so far! But 2015 is not hot, and consumers have to buy warm weather gear, chains for their cars, more heating oil, and so forth. Consumers are not spending because they have nothing left over after bills and taxes, and nobody trusts the future of the US economy enough to go further into debt.

Apr 08 10:53

Ships await rescue for days in Lake Superior ice

U.S. Coast Guard officials, saying the “proverbial drain is clogged,” are hoping to plow through unseasonable Lake Superior ice Wednesday that has tied up 15 ships and halted travel.

A Canadian icebreaker from Quebec is set to join other American vessels already working to unblock a path for the 15 ships heading to various ports that have been in a holding pattern — some since Sunday, said Mark Gill, director of vessel traffic services for the U.S. Coast Guard at Sault Ste. Marie.

“They’re just waiting ... for us to get a track through it,” he said Tuesday.

Apr 08 08:46

Island sold $ 2.5 million in Puerto Rico

Cayo Ratones, an islet South of Puerto Rico with a size of 25 acres (10 hectares) and where there is only a wooden house with a pool that works entirely with solar energy, has been put up for sale by his owner for 2.5 million dollars.

Apr 08 08:23

A Mexican Prisoner Died In Jail In Utah For Lack Of Dialysis

Ramón C. Estrada, 62, was out on parole less than three weeks after his death.

A Mexican inmate died last week in Utah, apparently of a heart attack related to kidney failure after not submitted for two consecutive days external technicians should give dialysis in prison, authorities said Tuesday.

Apr 07 13:44

BEX ALERT - So Far, 2015 Is Hottest Year Yet

The dramatically rapid melting of the earth's poles is the biggest news in this month's climate dispatch.

Increasingly fast melting in Antarctica, which will be discussed in more detail below, is now expected to increase sea levels by 10 feet worldwide in less than 100 years, according to recent NASA satellite calculations.

This will "recurve" heavily populated coastlines and reshape the world in which we live, according to one geophysicist with whom Truthout spoke. In addition, a second geophysicist, from Harvard, said that parts of Antarctica are thawing out so quickly that the icy continent has become "ground zero of global climate change, without a doubt."

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Are you kidding? We just had record cold across the US. One town in Italy got 100 inches of snow in just 18 hours. We had a blizzard here in Hawaii 3 weeks ago. Much of the nation had a white Easter!

Are you paid by the lie, or are you on salary?

Apr 07 12:34

BEX ALERT - Climate change deniers are selling - and we're buying

Directed by Robert Kenner and based on a book of the same name by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway, "Merchants of Doubt" is a meticulous examination of the disinformation campaign mounted against climate change, which is - let's not fool around here - a well-documented phenomenon.

Nothing makes this point more plainly than a 2004 article by Oreskes, published in Science Magazine: Oreskes decided to review the scholarly work on climate change, some 928 abstracts published between 1993 and 2003. None rejected the consensus of the scientific community, that climate change is occurring and that the activities of humanity have contributed to that change.

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Several record-settings winters in a row (we even had a blizzard here in Hawaii 3 weeks ago) and still the Carbonazis are pushing their human-caused global warming hoax, in a desperate bid to salvage their reputations (and collect a carbon tax).

Climate always changes. And climate is dominated by solar output (which is at a 100 year low) and the slowly oscillating shape of Earth's orbit, changing from elliptical (where we get the ice ages) to more circular(where we get the interglacial periods) and back again. So until Al Gore and his ilk can control the sun, or move the Earth in its orbit, there isn't a thing they can do about climate change. They are as impotent as Nero, who had his soldiers flog the ocean for daring to spoil his beach picnic with a rising tide!

Contrary to the hype, warming (were it actually happening) is a good thing, and the Roman and Medieval warm periods were times of abundant food, which allowed the flowering of Roman and later Renaissance civilization.

There is one effect that has been noticed following an uptick in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Plants are growing faster and larger, providing more food, and deserts are shrinking. The Earth is getting greener, because CO2 is not a pollutant, but an essential component of the chain of life on Earth.

Apr 07 11:45

Record cold temperatures in northern Maine

The National Weather Service said a 4-below-zero reading Monday morning set a record for the month of April in Caribou. Records also fell in Houlton and in Presque Isle, where it was 13 below zero.

Apr 07 11:06

Heavy ice causes delay in season opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway

The St. Lawrence Seaway’s 56th shipping season is getting off to its latest start in five years as harsh winter weather has created some of the worst ice conditions in decades.

Canadian Coast Guard icebreakers have been working feverishly to clear a path from the Upper Great Lakes through the end of the key shipping route.

Apr 06 10:19

'I'm dreaming of a white Easter ...'

The lyrics to Irving Berlin's famous Christmas carol might need to be adapted for this long winter.

This morning, Easter Sunday, a blanket of fresh snow 1 to 4 inches deep lay on the ground that had also been covered with snowfall the day before.

Apr 06 10:17

Wet Weather Hits Northern California On Easter, More On Tap This Week

Cold weather bringing rain and snow to Northern California is expected to linger through mid-week but do little to ease a drought gripping the state, forecasters said Sunday.

Apr 06 10:14

Heavy snow for Easter in southwest Sask.

People in the Cypress Hills area woke up to a white Easter.

A snowfall warning was issued Sunday morning for Cypress Hills where reports of up to 27 centimetres or 11 inches of snow fell in the provincial park.

That warning also stretches across the Assiniboia, Gravelbourg, Coronach, Shaunavon, Maple Creek and Val Marie regions.

Heavy snowfall continues in these areas. As of 11 a.m., 14 centimetres were reported in Rockglen.

Apr 06 10:13

Snow spoils Easter weekend in parts of Southwest

An intense band of snow had an impact on a narrow swath of Southwest Saskatchewan over the Easter long weekend, delivering a major spring snowfall in the Cypress Hills.

Apr 06 10:13

Kids Search through the Snow for Easter Eggs

Despite the cold, windy weather Sunday morning, dozens of kids were eager to find Easter eggs at Bolton Valley.

The search kicked off on Mighty Mite Hill at 9 a.m..

Hundreds of eggs filled with chocolate and other sweet treats were hidden in the snow, and for some families it was their very first Easter egg hunt.

Apr 06 10:13

‘White Easter’ greets Southern Tier; more snow possible

Those heading to Easter Sunday services found themselves walking in a winter wonderland.

And any eggs hidden outside were a little more concealed thanks to Mother Nature.

Half an inch of snow fell Sunday morning in Olean, according to a National Weather Service observer. Amounts of up to 2 . inches were reported in other parts of Western New York.

Could it be the last snow of the season?

Even with some warmer temperatures forecast for this week, don’t count out a few more flurries

Apr 06 10:11

Rain, Snow Showers Continue Into Easter Sunday Evening

After a sunny start to Easter Sunday, rain is expected to continue through the evening and overnight, with snow showers possible primarily in the northwest hills.

Rain began falling Sunday afternoon and should wrap up by the morning commute. After temperatures reached the low 50s inland during a breezy Sunday, it will dip into the mid-30s in the evening.

Some parts of the state saw snow showers in the afternoon including Avon, Simsbury and East Canaan and isolated snow showers are possible in the evening. Snow accumulation is not anticipated.

Apr 06 10:10

Easter Sunday snow in Mt. Shasta area

It's snowing on Easter Sunday, and the National Weather Service forecasts 2 to 4 inches through late this evening, followed by possibly a foot or more from Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.

Apr 06 10:10

Some see snow for Easter, mostly cloudy skies for rest of West Michigan

Throw in some snow for Easter, and the annual egg hunt might have been a bit more difficult this morning.

Newaygo, Montcalm and Mecosta counties northward picked up some late-season snowfall early Sunday. A light batch developed during the overnight period, primarily targeting the northern half of West Michigan into the northern part of the lower peninsula.

Apr 06 10:09

Skiers, snowboarders enjoy Easter snow

Snow falling on Easter Sunday was a welcome sight to businesses and skiers in the Sierra.

Apr 06 10:09

Bavarian riders brave snow for traditional Easter parade

Local residents dressed in historical costumes ride through heavy snowfall to get blessing for men and beast at the traditional Georg (St. George) horse riding procession on Easter Monday in Traunstein, southern Germany, Monday, April 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Apr 05 10:47

The Kidnapping Of Migrants In Mexico Is Shot More Than 100%

Central American immigrants are subjected to harassment in its passage through Mexico on their way to the United States.

Apr 05 08:57

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Apr 05 07:16

The Plane With A Ton Of Cocaine Crashed In Venezuela

A small plane crashed in the State of Cojedes State. Who arrive by accident, the National Guard found 863 cabin package of cocaine weighing a total of more than 999 kilograms.

Apr 04 07:57

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Apr 03 09:46

January through March was coldest ever for parts of New England

The snow is melting away after what was a very snowy and very cold winter. We experienced the coldest temperatures over the last few months.

New research indicates that January through March was the coldest period for several locations in New England since record keeping began in the late 19th century.

Apr 03 09:46

Syracuse's cold winter could cause cancellation of 2015 Parade of Homes

The annual Parade of Homes might not happen this year thanks to some problems with the site caused by the unusually cold winter weather, said Mary Thompson, executive officer of the Home Builders & Remodelers of Central New York, which puts on the parade.

Apr 02 15:31

Great Lakes ice coverage causes minor shipping delays

For the second spring in a row, the amount of ice on the Great Lakes is higher than normal, according to environmental researchers.

Apr 02 15:05

Could it snow on both Passover and Easter in metro Detroit?

Apr 02 11:41

11 Teachers Involved In Scandal Of Fraud In Atlanta

Professor Atlanta

In one of the biggest scandals of fraud in the United States, 11 educators of Atlanta public schools were convicted Wednesday on charges of organized crime following their participation in a scheme to inflate grades of students on standardized tests.

Apr 02 08:34

Governor Brown Ordered Mandatory Restrictions On Water Consumption In California

Jerry Brown, Governor of California.

“It’s a different world! We have to act differently,” said Jerry Brown, Governor of California, to announce the first of water mandatory restrictions for the State, in the middle of a harsh drought on Wednesday.

Apr 02 07:39

Man Plays 'Iceberg Golf' on Lake Michigan Using a Paddle Board as Golf Cart

Seth Haley and Josh Nowicki decided to stray from the norm and do something that has never been done before: golf on Lake Michigan.

Apr 01 11:45

NAT GEO BEX - Antarctica May Have Hit Highest Temperature on Record

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I used to love National Geographic and not just for the pictures of topless native girls. I no longer bother buying it.

Apr 01 11:42

April Is Here, But Spring Weather Remains Elusive

This was a brutal winter. I don’t use superlatives too much, but unless you are old enough to remember 1904, than the past three months have been the coldest and in most cases snowiest, you have ever experienced. The past 12 weeks have forced us to further hone the term “hardy New Englander”

It looks like Providence, Worcester and Portland will all end up with the coldest January through March period on record and even though by some measures that time period isn’t entirely winter, it might as well be.

Apr 01 11:41

Spring is taking its time to arrive in Southwestern Pennsylvania

March 2015 had a bit of lamb to it at mid-month, but the lion roared back by the end when temps plummeted, setting a cold-temperature record Monday.

Arctic air swooping down from Canada has chilled Southwestern Pennsylvania unmercifully for the past two months.

And it's not done yet, according to the National Weather Service Pittsburgh.

Apr 01 11:38

CNY says goodbye to one of the coldest months of March on record

It's official: Central New York just wrapped up another Top 10 coldest months of March.

March 2014 was the fifth-coldest March on record. March 2015 has become the eighth-coldest, with an average temperature of 26.8 degrees. That's 7.2 degrees below a typical March.

That comes after February marked the coldest month in the history of the weather records, which date back to 1902. The average temperature in February 2015 was 9 degrees, nearly 17 degrees below normal.

Apr 01 11:37

This Month was One of the Coldest Marches on Record

After looking deeper into the data, I found that the past two months were the coldest February-March in recorded history in Providence!

Apr 01 11:37

Frigid March among the coldest on record for New Jersey

In fact, this March was the 12th coldest on record with average temperatures statewide of 35.6 degrees and only three-tenths of a degree warmer than March of 2014, according to New Jersey State Climatologist Dr. Dave Robinson.

Apr 01 11:36

Providence off to a record-cold start

With an average temperature of 26 degrees, Providence set a record for cold over the first three months of 2015, according to the National Weather Service.

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"But really, it's scorching everywhere else. Why, in both the Arctic and Antarctic it's so hot you would be amazed, and we know you can't go there to check for yourself, so just take our word for it that humans are warming the planet and the heat is just hiding at the poles, in the deep ocean, and so forth.

And don't forget to pay your carbon tax!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Apr 01 08:07

Republicans warn world that Obama U.N. plan could be undone

The Obama administration's plan for U.N. climate change talks encountered swift opposition after its release Tuesday, with Republican leaders warning other countries to "proceed with caution" in negotiations with Washington because any deal could be later undone.

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Obviously, I view this whole climate issue as another hoax to trick people out of money and obedience, but at the same time, I don't think I have ever seen a Congress so openly undermining the President in my life!

Mar 31 11:28

MEGA BEX ALERT - Antarctica just experienced its warmest day ever

Global warming caused the northern tip of Antarctica to nearly reach room temperature last week, with a record-breaking high of 63.5 F (17.5 C) being recorded at Argentina's Esperanza Base on Tuesday.

The weather there was warmer than in the UK, where British Summer Time has just begun.

Antarctica has been steadily heating up due to global warming in recent years, rising about 5 F (2.8 C) in the last half century, according to the British Antarctic Survey.

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Back in 2000, the global warming hoaxsters were proclaiming that "Snowfalls Are Now a Thing of the Past (UK Indepdnent, March 20, 2000)

Having been embarrassed by several record setting winters in a row, but unable to admit they were wrong, the Carbonazis are now claiming to find proof of global warming in areas so remote they do not have to worry about anyone being able to double-check them.

Mar 31 08:12

Polar bears are forced to raid seabird nests as Arctic sea ice melts - eating more than 200 eggs in two hours

WEBMASTER ADDITION: Polar Bears LIKE eggs! They are a normal part of the bears' diet!

Mar 31 07:17

BEX ALERT - North Pole travel advisory: Check ice before leaving

Global warming

This is a big factor. The sea ice, where the water freezes and thaws, is getting thinner every year.

The first person to claim he reached the pole was Robert Peary in 1909. Exactly where he ended up is still being debated.

Peary reported the ice was 12 feet thick, and now it can be as little as four.

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The supporters of human-caused global warming are starting to sound as whacked out as the Scientologists in the new HBO Documentary "Going Clear!" (Which I highly recommend seeing)

Having been embarrassed by several record setting winters in a row destroying their prediction that "Snowfalls are now a thing of the past" (UK Independent, March 20, 2000), the warmistas are now trying to make claims of proof of global warming in remote places in the hope nobody can go check for themselves. But even this latest claim that the arctic ice is at a record low has already been discredited by the raw satellite data which shows the Arctic ice has been increasing steadily since 2006.

Yes, the adherents of the Holy Church of St. Al of the Gore (The "Goracle" to his close friends) are a lot closer to Scientologists than to science!

Mar 30 20:00

The Earth is getting GREENER: Researchers reveal huge expansion in world's trees

The world's vegetation has expanded, adding nearly 4 billion tonnes of carbon to plants above ground in the decade since 2003, thanks to tree-planting in China, forest regrowth in former Soviet states and more lush savannas due to higher rainfall.

Scientists analysed 20 years of satellite data and found the increase in carbon, despite ongoing large-scale tropical deforestation in Brazil and Indonesia, according to research published on Monday in Nature Climate Change.

Mar 30 12:41

A burst of snow heading toward part of southern Michigan tonight

A burst of snow is heading toward part of the southern half of Lower Michigan tonight and very early Tuesday morning.

Mar 30 10:33

At Least Eight Dead And 10 Injured When A Truck Crashed In Florida

A fatal car accident occurred on a highway in southern Florida, Glades County.

At least eight people were killed and 10 injured in Florida today when a van crashed down in Glades County.

Mar 30 09:21

Arctic Surge Continues

Mar 30 09:19

Plane Crashes In Pennsylvania, Two Deaths

A small plane smashed close to an airplane terminal in southeastern Pennsylvania, killing the two team members of airplane, authorities said.

Mar 30 09:12


Agriculture is the heart of California’s worsening water crisis, and the stakes extend far beyond the state’s borders. Not only is California the world’s eighth largest economy, it is an agricultural superpower. It produces roughly half of all the fruits, nuts, and vegetables consumed in the United States—and more than 90 percent of the almonds, tomatoes, strawberries, broccoli and other specialty crops—while exporting vast amounts to China and other overseas customers.? Consuming 80 percent of California’s developed water but accounting for only 2 percent of the state’s GDP, agriculture thrives while everyone else is parched.

Mar 30 09:00

Temperatures Drop to Record Levels in Danville, Lynchburg

Residents in Danville and Lynchburg woke up to record cold temperatures on Sunday morning.

The National Weather Service says the temperature in Danville dropped to 21 degrees. That broke the old record of 23 degrees in 1982.

Lynchburg's low temperature was 17 degrees, which also broke a record set in 1982. The old record was 23 degrees.

Mar 30 08:59

Frozen harbors leave local fishing charters out in the cold

Unseasonable cold weather has set records in four West Virginia cities.

The National Weather Service says temperatures in Bluefield and Morgantown on Sunday morning were the lowest in more than 40 years.

The temperature in Bluefield fell to 18 degrees. The old record was 19 degrees in 1966. Morgantown's low temperature was 14 degree. That broke the old record of 20 degrees in 1966.

Mar 30 08:58

Unseasonable cold sets records in 4 W.Va. cities

Unseasonable cold weather has set records in four West Virginia cities.

The National Weather Service says temperatures in Bluefield and Morgantown on Sunday morning were the lowest in more than 40 years.

The temperature in Bluefield fell to 18 degrees. The old record was 19 degrees in 1966. Morgantown's low temperature was 14 degree. That broke the old record of 20 degrees in 1966.

Mar 30 08:57

Record cold set Saturday; snow and sleet on the way

A low temperature of 12 degrees at the Akron-Canton Airport Saturday tied an all-time record low set in 1982, according to National Weather Service.

Mar 30 08:57

Record cold reported at Greenville-Spartanburg airport

The cold weather Sunday morning set a record at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport.

A low of 25 degrees at 5:54 a.m. set a record low for March 29, according to the National Weather Service. The old record was 26, set in 1899.

The normal low for March 29 is 44 degrees, according to the Weather Service. The normal highs and lows for this time of year are in the upper 60s and mid-40s.

Temperatures will move in that direction this week, with highs mostly in the low 70s and lows in the 50s.

Mar 30 08:56

Going to ‘turn all my lights on’: Eco-hypocrite Al Gore’s ‘going dark’ #EarthHour pledge inspires

Al Gore is excused from this strictly symbolic exercise because he has a Autorenewing Plenary Indulgence from the AGW Church.

Mar 30 03:17

Buy Breast Milk Online – It Is Dangerous

Buy breast milk online can be very dangerous – unknown product can cause a heart attack or severe illness in a child, experts say.

Mar 30 03:02

At The Age Of 93 Years Died Winner Of Tony Awards, Directed By Gene Saks

Popular director Gene Saks, who worked with the famous ashamed New York creator Neil Simon on Broadway and in the production of movies, has died at 93 years old years. The child of director Daniel said that Gene Saks passed on of pneumonia at his home in East Hampton, New York.

Mar 30 02:44

Congress Warns That Climate Change Will Lead To Prostitution

Barbara Lee is a standout amongst the most liberal individuals from Congress sounded horrendous cautioning of the results of neglecting to handle environmental change: it will make women prostitutes, she said.

Mar 29 19:27

BEX ALERT:Smoked dry: Massive marijuana cultivation has ‘lethal’ impact on California water supply – study

Reefer Madness is alive and well.

California's current drought has been caused by the demand for water needed to cultivate cannabis, which, under state law, is illegal for recreational use. Streams are running dry, fish are dying, and it’s just the beginning, US scientists warn.

The scientists, who studied the devastating environmental effects of marijuana cultivation in the region, concluded: “Due to climate change, water scarcity and habitat degradation in northern California is likely to worsen in the future.”

Mar 29 09:29

Flashback: Global Warming? No, Satellites Show Carbon Dioxide Is Causing 'Global Greening'

A team of scientists led by environmental physicist Randall Donohue, a research scientist at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Australia, analyzed satellite data from 1982 through 2010. The scientists documented a carbon dioxide “fertilization effect” that has caused a gradual greening of the Earth, and particularly the Earth’s arid regions, since 1982. The satellite data showed rising carbon dioxide levels caused a remarkable 11 percent increase in foliage in arid regions since 1982, versus what would be the case if atmospheric carbon dioxide levels had remained at 1982 levels.

Mar 29 09:23


Mar 29 09:21

A (Not Quite) Complete List Of Things SupposedlyCaused By Global Warming

"Global warming is indeed a scam, perpetrated by scientists with vested interests, but in need of crash courses in geology, logic and the philosophy of science. It provides the media with a new scare story, which has been picked up by the focus groups and turned into the new religion, offering us hell if we don't all change our ways." [BBC]

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With California's Barbara Lee now claiming that global warming will force women into prostitution, I thought it was time to repost the collected list of all the things that have been blamed on human-caused global warming throughout the years of this hoax!

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Mar 29 09:16

California Democrat Predicts Surge In Prostitution Due To “Global Warming”

California Democrat Barbara Lee proposed a resolution in the House of Representatives that claims women will eventually be forced into prostitution since they face “disproportionately harmful impacts from climate change.” So, first ‘we’ blame weakness in economic growth on excess cold, and now excess global warmth – according to Lee’s House Concurrent Resolution 29 – will drive women to “sex work, transactional sex, and early marriage.”

Mar 29 09:14

"Electric Cars Are Doing More Harm Than Good" Professor Warns

"An electric car does not make you green... You’re better off filling up at the pump," if you live in Canada. According to a new study by professor Chris Kennedy, even if every driver in Canada made the switch - from gas to electric - the total emissions might not actually go down... since in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia, electric cars generate more carbon pollution over their lifetimes than gas-powered cars. Paging Al Gore...

Mar 29 09:08


Recall last year and the year before and the year before that one, the cultish adherents of AGW started spinning that warming = cooling. Which made zero sense!

So imagine my absolute non surprise this chilly, below normal temperature, first week of spring gone and done morning, to read this news?

Global Warming/AGW DOES NOT CAUSE extreme winters

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Mar 29 08:09

Al Gore says to "go dark" for an hour to save the planet

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Read the comments!

Mar 28 10:52

US Senate Approves 3.8 Trillion Budget Plan Requiring Cut Social Spending

The US Senate approved during the early hours of Friday after a marathon sitting, a draft budget resolution for the next fiscal year by putting dozens of amendments, text to be reconciled with the already approved by the House of Representatives this week.

Mar 28 08:16

Hard freeze Saturday night to threaten plants, records

Just when we thought spring had finally sprung, Mother Nature is revisiting the area with a blast of freezing air overnight Saturday and into Sunday (March 28-29).

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service (NWS) are expecting a hard freeze Saturday night, with temperatures dipping into the low 20s. Some areas could even see temperatures fall to the mid-teens.

Mar 28 08:15

Colder weekend with near-record lows

Temperatures were only in the 40s throughout Friday afternoon, and the First Warn Storm Team expects to see temps in the low to mid-30s by Saturday morning.

Mar 28 08:15

Unusually cold winter broke some record lows

This weekend's unseasonable temperatures continue a long spell of cold weather that began in late November. Most of us have now gone 154 days since our thermometers surpassed 60 degrees.