Iowa Climate Science Education

Monthly Archives: June 2019


Forbes: Climate Leaders Believe Faith Rather than Action will Achieve Green Salvation

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Are greens facing a growing crisis of confidence, in leaders who make great public shows of climate piety, without backing those words with actions? Is The Climate Change Debate A Replay Of The Reformation?Michael Lynch Contributor Jun…

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Climate change – The not so hidden agenda of totalitarian control

“The doctrine is suicidal not to mention antidemocratic.” – James Wood _____________ Climate change – The not so hidden agenda of totalitarian control James Wood A false and vicious doctrine of climate change has permeated the halls of power. It…

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Noah Carl Fights Back Against Threats To Academic Freedom

I have been asked to circulate this article by Toby Young in the Spectator.   Although not climate related, it does have similarities to the Peter Ridd case, and concerns threats to academic freedom:   https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/06/how-noah-carl-is-fighting-back-against-cambridge/ via NOT A LOT…

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Chile – More than 3,000 people isolated by snow

News calls it a “meteorological emergency.” 29 June 2019 – More than 3,000 people remain isolated in the Lonquimay area due to the accumulation of snow. In addition, several rural sectors have been without electricity for 4 days. Heavy machinery…

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