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A Deranged Communist’s Climate Solution

Guardian columnist Zoe Williams writes At last I have good news on the climate crisis: all of us really can do something about it. What does she prescribe? People across the political spectrum broadly agree on the fundamentals and the … Continue reading

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Is Our Heatwave a Sign of the End Times?

Does Canada’s recent record setting heatwave indicate that parts of the world will become uninhabitable due to global warming? Simon Lewis, writing in the Guardian, claims Canada is a warning: more and more of the world will soon be too … Continue reading

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Is the Climate Crisis as Urgent as Covid-19?

Far left UK Labour politician Owen Jones, writing in the Guardian, asks Why don’t we treat the climate crisis with the same urgency as coronavirus? Does he really not understand the difference between urgency and importance? Clearly, dealing with Covid-19 … Continue reading

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Is Birthrate Decline a Bad Thing?

I’m going to comment on the New York Times opinion piece The End of Babies by Anna Louie Sussman. In the fall of 2015, posters appeared around Copenhagen. One, in pink letters laid over an image of chicken eggs, asked, “Have … Continue reading

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The Truth about Sea Level Rise

There is a lot of misinformation out there about how much sea level will rise due to global warming. The current best information (from 2018) comes from the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report in chapter 9, … Continue reading

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Environmentalists Continue to Lie and Cry Wolf

According to the Guardian, Adaptation isn’t enough: We’ve got to throw everything at the climate crisis. Is this really a crisis, or merely propaganda? I’m going to examine their claims. When we’re faced with threats of inundation, our reaction has … Continue reading

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