With all the press coverage on viruses, Tony Heller says it is easy to lose sight of the fact that global warming is going to destroy the planet this year.
John Stossel looks at the latest claims of the coming climate catastrophe.
Climate alarmists spread myths and declare impending doom.
About five years ago John Stossel tackled myths related to fossil fuels such as top oil producing countries, fossil fuel company profits, ethanol, scarcity (i.e. ‘peak oil’), the Keystone Pipeline, and fuel speculation. A much needed debunking of environmentalist claims about fossil fuels along with refuting their assertions about so-called clean energy alternatives.
The UK Telegraph has published an opinion piece by its commodities editor Andrew Critchlow in which he alleges that Shell Corporation’s Arctic oil exploration marks the beginning of peak oil that will be seen over the next decade. In his essay, Mr. Critchlow alleges that the region is one of the few areas of the… Read More UK Telegraph opinion piece furthers peak oil myth
One unfortunate event that occurred this past Friday is the demise of Canada’s Sun News Network. The news organization earned an unfair reputation as Fox News North, but was an informative source of information lacking in Canada’s media ecosphere. Two years ago, Byline host Brian Lilley interviewed author Elizabeth Nickson to share some shocking and… Read More Eco-fascists strike
A great article was just posted at Gizmodo pointing out how some very intelligent people throughout the years have predicted that our oil supply would dry up and that those predictions haven’t come true. This ABC 20/20 segment done by John Stossel, he interviews author and Manhattan Institute scholar Peter Huber. Dr Huber points out… Read More Over a century of incorrect peak oil predictions
The blatant anti-humanism of environmentalism has reared its ugly head in Switzerland. A ballot initiative nick named Ecopop will be voted on today and, fortunately, it looks like it will be resoundingly defeated. According to Agency Press of France (aka AFP), polls indicate that Ecopop is polling 56 percent in the negative. Official statistics place… Read More “Ecopop” vote pitches people as pollution