Impact of Immigration on America by Mark Saunders

By |2019-06-25T15:57:13-05:00June 25th, 2019|Articles, Culture, Education, Environment|

Immigration Problems Immigration into the United States fluctuated throughout the 20th century because of varying economic conditions. But the changes made by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 drastically increased the number of immigrants allowed into the United States. This in turn has had a negative impact on the quality of life of [...]

After InSight, What’s Next On NASA’s Mars Geophysics Radar?

By |2018-11-30T07:30:51-06:00November 30th, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science | November 30, 2018 But more importantly, what can Mars’ inner workings tell us about the formation of planets like our own? In December, the InSight (Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) spacecraft will position its French-built surface seismometer only a few feet from where it landed. [...]

New climate report’s alarmism undercut by wildfire facts

By |2018-11-27T08:31:53-06:00November 27th, 2018|Articles, Authors, Books, Environment, Science & Technology|

GLOBAL WARMING, I LOVE CO2, CO2 BENEFITS, CLIMATE CHANGE, FOREST FIRES, NATIONAL CLIMATE ASSESSMENT, CO2 FERTILIZATION The 4th National Climate Assessment (NCA) was released Friday, November 23rd and was promptly greeted by wide media coverage and wringing of hands over its dire predictions for the planet’s future. Like the previous three assessments, it was mandated by the [...]

New Climate Report Doubles Down on Unfounded Alarmism

By |2018-11-26T11:15:52-06:00November 26th, 2018|Environment, Guest Statements|

The 4th National Climate Assessment was released Friday, November 23rd and was promptly promoted by vast media coverage and wringing of hands due to its dire predictions for the planet’s future. Like the previous three assessments, it was mandated by the Global Change Research Act (GCRA) of 1990. Like the previous iterations, it relies heavily on failed climate models [...]

California Burning Fewer Fires Made Worse by Misguided Policies

By |2018-11-16T10:35:48-06:00November 16th, 2018|Articles, Environment|

The recent horrific fires in California have reignited a debate on the role that supposed man-made warming has on these events. Governor Jerry Brown leads the way, stating, "This is the new abnormal, and this new abnormal will continue, certainly in the next 10, 15, 20 years. Unfortunately, the best science is telling us that [...]

Climate change fueled witch hunts… Then and now

By |2018-11-01T14:06:35-05:00October 25th, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment|

By Author Gregory Wrightstone October 31, 2018|GLOBAL WARMING, CLIMATE CHANGE, FAMINE More Viewpoints of a Climate Contrarian can be found here:  European witch hunts of the 15th to 17th centuries targeted witches that were thought to be responsible for epidemics and crop failures related to declining temperatures of the Little Ice Age. A belief that [...]

Antifa Protesters Shout Down Scientist Who Challenged Climate Alarmism

By |2018-10-10T13:06:25-05:00October 10th, 2018|Environment, News|

As seen in Liberty Headlines | September 26, 2018 | Michael Barnes ‘Climate models used by the [United Nations] have over-predicted global warming by 2.5 to 3 degrees…’ (Michael Barnes, Liberty Headlines) In what’s becoming an alarmingly common practice, left-wing protestors stormed a scholarly presentation in St. Louis, Missouri, last week for political reasons. Gregory [...]

The UN Predicts 50 Million Climate Refugees By 2020

By |2019-02-04T18:51:57-06:00October 9th, 2018|Articles, Environment|

Written by Gregory Wrightstone | October 9, 2018 This week, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new report warning of “unprecedented changes in all aspects of society” if temperature increases were not limited to  1.5ºC over pre-Industrial Revolution temperatures. The report does make clear the consequences of warming above that level: [...]

Astronomers Mount Massive Optical Search For Aliens In Andromeda

By |2018-10-02T12:04:08-05:00October 2nd, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment, Science & Technology|

Bruce Dorminey | Contributor | Forbes Science I cover over-the-horizon technology, aerospace and astronomy. Using one-meter class telescopes at Las Cumbres Observatory in Chile, astronomers are targeting the whole disk of the nearby Andromeda Galaxy in what is arguably the most ambitious optical SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) campaign ever undertaken. It’s part of a trillion-planet survey led [...]

Early Sun’s ‘Goldilocks’ Rotation Rate May Be Why We’re Here

By |2018-09-24T08:04:36-05:00September 24th, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment, Guest Statements, Science & Technology|

Author Bruce Dorminey As seen in Forbes Science | Sep 23, 2018, 05:24pm Our early Sun’s rate of rotation may be one reason we’re here to talk about it, astrobiologists now say. The key likely lies in the fact that between the first hundred million to the first billion years of its life, our G-dwarf star [...]

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