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    New evidence that it was once possible to sail across Antarctica

    Tecno Science Friday, September 3, 2010 Why are two groups of tiny sea creatures called bryozoans nearly identical, despite being separated by 1,500 miles of ice? They must have traveled across the continent long ago – on a massive Antarctic seaway. The bryozoan is a simple marine organism...
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    Royal Ash: Royal society jumps on magma driven worry express

    Watts Up With That? April 20, 2010 Guest post by Steven Goddard Wikipedia Image of Disaster Movie poster While volcanic ash falls on Britain, in yet another*assault*on reason, the Royal Society has warned : In papers published by the Royal Society, researchers warned that melting ice, sea...
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    Climategate: the IPCC’s whitewash ‘review’ is the AGW camp’s biggest mistake yet

    Gerald Warner London Telegraph March 12, 2010 It looks as if the tottering IPCC has just made its biggest mistake yet. Twenty-four hours after the announcement of an “independent” inquiry into certain aspects of its activities it is possible to make a considered assessment of its significance...
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    Global Warming has no impact on Himalayas claims Wadia Director

    Ashwani Maindola, Hindustan Times March 8, 2010 Senior scientists at the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WITG) has rejected the Global Warming Theory and told that the Himalayas are quite safer zone on earth, where Global Warming has no role in controlling the conditions. In an exclusive...
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    New Study Says Global Warming May Be Signal of Impending Ice Age

    The Lid March 4, 2010 Back in the 1970s before people were screaming about global warming, scientists were warning us that the next ice age may be just around the corner. The big freeze scare was eventually pushed aside by the great man-made global warming hoax. Now a new study has been...
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    Creatures Frozen for 32,000 Years Still Alive

    By Robert Roy Britt, LiveScience Senior Writer posted: 23 February 2005 02:20 pm ET A new type of organism discovered in an Arctic tunnel came to life in the lab after being frozen for 32,000 years. The deep-freeze bacteria could point to new methods of cryogenics, and they are the sort of...
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    The Snow-Woman

    The Snow-Woman Her body's weighty, two snow-balls, and so white she leeches red paint from the sled. The whole yard resembles her: white getting whiter as if it were all in her head. Yesterday she fell in a trance from the sky. I gave her buttons and two coal eyes. She is an ambassador from...
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    Guide To The Climate Scandals

    Mark Landsbaum Orange County Register Monday, February 15th, 2010 It has been tough to keep up with all the bad news for global warming alarmists. We’re on the edge of our chair, waiting for the next shoe to drop. This has been an Imelda Marcos kind of season for shoe-dropping about global...
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    Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Whistler, BC

    Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Whistler, BC Not all Travelers are interested in avoiding cold temperatures and snow during the winter. Some head up here to chilly Canada for their winter retreats - particularly for the skiing and stunning mountain views. In 2004, this hotel arranged for a...
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    The end of the IPCC

    S. Fred Singer American Thinker Thursday, February 11th, 2010 Almost daily, we learn about new problems with the formerly respected UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): In their 2001 report, they claimed that the 20th century was “unusual” and blamed it on human-released...
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    Majority Now Disbelieve Man-Made Global Warming Propaganda

    Plato Says Friday, February 5, 2010 The BBC have just published details of a poll conducted by Populus that shows a big drop in belief in AGW – here’s the polling data And here’s an excerpt from their report: “‘Exaggerated risks‘ Of the 75% of respondents who agreed that climate...
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    Global Warming Fraud Collapses Amidst Deception And Scandal

    Even vehemently pro-AGW news outlets admit its game over for the IPCC Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Wednesday, January 27, 2010 The multi-billion dollar global warming fraud is truly beginning to crumble, with even vehement man-made climate change advocates like the BBC...
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    BBC: IPCC Is Crumbling

    Andrew Neil BBC Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 The bloggers are all over the UN IPCC 2007 report, the bible of global warming, which predicted all manner of dire outcomes for our planet unless we got a grip on rising temperatures — and it seems to be crumbling in some pretty significant areas...
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    Scientist admits IPCC used fake data to pressure policy makers

    Watts Up With That? Sunday, January 24th, 2010 The IPCC is now damaged goods. Pachauri is toast, and nobody will be able to cite the IPCC AR4 again without this being brought up. The Daily Mail’s David Rose in the UK broke this story, it is mind boggling fraud to prod “government action” and...
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    Yet Another Mistake For UN IPCC!? Claims About Extinction ?confusing? ? IPCC Scientis

    Marc*Morano Climate Depot Thursday, January 21st, 2010 [The following is an excerpt republished from Andrew Revkin's Dot Earth Blog of the New York Times - January 19, 2010 (For Revkin's full post see here.) ] Revkin Excerpt: The [UN IPCC's] report on impacts of climate change – one of three...
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    Hot Weather Convinces Media of Climate Change; Cold Weather Ignored

    Julia A. Seymour Business & Media Institute Tuesday, January 5th, 2010 The news media constantly misuse extreme weather examples to generate fear of global warming, but when record cold or record snow sets in journalists don’t mention the possibility of global cooling trends. While...
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    Home

    It seems too soon to be thinking about the end of the world when only 150 years ago, this great idealistic nation was fighting itself with bayonets too soon to think the weather might be gone whether or not we act now, too late too soon for the trees to die, for the glaciers to melt, for the...
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    Abstracts of Climate Change

    Patrick Henningsen Infowars.com Correspondent in Copenhagen December 17, 2009 Andrei Illarionov, the president of the Institute of Economic Analysis, Moscow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, Washington. On the eve of the summit in Copenhagen it is useful to clarify once again that...
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    Ocean Absorption Of CO2 Not Shrinking

    Doug L. Hoffman The Resiliant Earth Thursday, December 10, 2009 Recent claims by climate change alarmists have raised the possibility that terrestrial ecosystems and particularly the oceans have started loosing part of their ability to absorb a large proportion of man-made CO2 emissions...
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    Climate sceptics claim leaked emails are evidence of collusion among scientists

    Hundreds of emails and documents exchanged between world's leading climate scientists stolen by hackers and leaked online http://www.guardian.co.uk/environmen...ils?CMP=AFCYAH Leo Hickman guardian.co.uk, Friday 20 November 2009 15.31 GMT Article history Hundreds of private emails and...
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