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Mathematical Modeling Illusions – “Climate Scare Based on Models That Do Not Work”

Mathematical Modeling Illusions – “Climate Scare Based on Models That Do Not Work”

  By Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris For the past three decades, human-caused global warming alarmists have tried to frighten the public with stories of doom and gloom. They tell us that the end of the world as we know it is nigh as a result of carbon dioxide emitted into the air by […]

Let’s do follow the climate money!

Let’s do follow the climate money!

  By Paul Driessen The climate crisis industry incessantly claims that fossil fuel emissions are causing unprecedented temperature, climate and weather changes that pose existential threats to human civilization and our planet. The only solution, Climate Crisis, Inc. insists, is to eliminate the oil, coal and natural gas that provide 80% of the energy that makes […]

US Oil and Gas Reserves Reached Record Highs in 2017

US Oil and Gas Reserves Reached Record Highs in 2017

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator U.S. crude oil and natural gas reserves reached record highs in 2017, blowing past levels not seen in nearly half a century. Proved reserves of U.S. crude oil reached 39.2 billion barrels at the end of 2017, surpassing the previous record of 39 billion barrels set in 1970, according to data released […]

Global Warming Is Not Damaging Our World – The Global Warming Movement Is

Global Warming Is Not Damaging Our World – The Global Warming Movement Is

  By Jay Lehr and Tom Harris For many of the entities driving the global warming debate, the goal has never been about climate. Their long-term goal is to unite the world under a single socialistic government in which there is no capitalism, no democracy, and, ultimately, no freedom. United Nations’ treaties such as the […]

The War Against Fossil Fuels Reconsidered

The War Against Fossil Fuels Reconsidered

  By Jay Lehr and Tom Harris  United Nations global warming alarmists are at it again. On Monday, UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) bureaucrats sat stone-faced on television in South Korea predicting that the planet would all but perish in ten years if carbon dioxide (CO2) is allowed to continue to rise in […]

Endangerment Finding delenda est

Endangerment Finding delenda est

  By Paul Driessen As the Punic Wars dragged on, Cato the Elder reportedly concluded every speech to the Roman Senate by proclaiming “Carthago delenda est” – “Carthage must be destroyed.” Ample evidence suggests that the Obama era Environmental Protection Agency’s “Endangerment Finding” was devised in violation of basic scientific and transparency principles that ignored […]

Keep it in the Ground … By Blocking Pipelines

Keep it in the Ground … By Blocking Pipelines

  By Paul Driessen If they can’t stop energy development, they block pipeline transport (and get unexpected help) You can understand their frustration, as the steady stream of radical environmentalist successes during the Obama years has been replaced with endless setbacks. Oil, gas and coal leasing, permits and production have risen significantly. Big Green just […]

Keystone is anti-hydrocarbon zealotry in microcosm

Keystone is anti-hydrocarbon zealotry in microcosm

. By Paul Driessen The Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC) recently voted to approve the state’s segment of the 1,200-mile Keystone XL Pipeline. While that would appear to allow construction to move forward, more obstacles loom before KXL can finally bring North Dakota and Canadian crude oil to Texas refineries. Commissioners who voted against approval […]

Sharing our blessings: This Thanksgiving we should have given thanks for fossil fuels – and promote them for rest of world

Sharing our blessings: This Thanksgiving we should have given thanks for fossil fuels – and promote them for rest of world

. By Paul Driessen This Thanksgiving weekend is a good time to express our gratitude for the jobs, living standards and life spans we enjoy today – largely because of abundant, reliable, affordable energy, 83% of it still because of fossil fuels. As my CFACT colleague Craig Rucker suggests, we should also be grateful that […]

What Natural Disasters SHOULD Teach Us

What Natural Disasters SHOULD Teach Us

     by Steven Lyazi     I express my deepest sympathies to the people in the Caribbean and United States who have been impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The loss of life was tragic but has thankfully been much lower than in many previous storms. Buildings are stronger, people get warned in […]

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