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Bill Nye Fails to Rebut William Happer

The following video claims that Bill Nye “destroys” William Happer on climate change. Far from it. Nye’s argumentation is weak, and in places, flat out wrong. Happer begins: CO2 is not a pollutant; it is natural like water vapor. Plants … Continue reading

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Green Energy Fans Think 100% = 20%

Someone quoted the following article at me: Did Germany Really Surpass 100% Renewable Power? They claimed this as evidence that its possible for the US to move to 100% wind and solar energy. But, if you look in this very … Continue reading

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Is Natural Gas Really Worse Than Coal?

Director Josh Fox, speaking to Jimmy Dore, made the claim that, due to natural gas leaks, natural gas was actually worse for the environment than coal. Here’s why he’s full of crap, unless he is talking about a jurisdiction that … Continue reading

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Why Sceptics Doubt Climate Change

I’m going to critique the article Climate Change Cynics: How to Effectively Communicate With a Denier from the website http://www.desmogblog.com/ to explain why those who believe in man made global warming have failed to convince the sceptics. For climate activists, the growing trend … Continue reading

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The Truth About Planet Nine

There are a ton of BS videos on youtube.com about planet X, most of them with little basis in reality. Interestingly, there is good evidence for a real planet Nine. The PBS video Planet X Discovered? does good job of … Continue reading

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Fun With Topology

Have you heard this one? A man leaves his house, walks on mile due south, then another due west. On the western leg of his walk, he sees a bear in the distance. He then walks one mile due north … Continue reading

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Does the Milankovitch Cycle Cause Ice Ages?

I had always taken it as well established scientifically that the hypothesis that the 100000 year Milankovitch cycle, which is due the eccentricity (variation in shape) in the earth’s orbit, is responsible for the ice ages. Surprisingly, there is evidence … Continue reading

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