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Monthly Archives: March 2018


The Children’s Crusade (Lawsuit) Against Climate Change

Guest essay by Dale Leuck A so-far not-widely-noticed lawsuit was filed in the liberal United States District Court, Eugene Oregon Division, in September 2015, in response to the failure of the December 2009 Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change to reach…

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Safety in Numbers

When­ever I look back on the banality of my recent­ly defunct career, I can’t resist the urge to abstract my­self from the story. Who is this guy who wast­ed so much time on so much trivia? That can’t be me!…

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Easter snow from Plains to New Jersey

Up to seven inches (18 cm) of snow is forecast for Easter Sunday for at least 13 states, including Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and maybe Long Island. In Montana, the National…

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Are Sunspots and Grand Minimums Linked?

Willis Eschenbach in a guest post at Watts Up With That has some insight in an article on the Tools to Spots the Spots The general thought process is that the lack of sunspots results in lower temperatures on the…

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