Apocalypse Never author Michael Shellenberger calls Gates’ idea terrible on Tucker Carlson Tonight. PHOTO CREDIT: A solar prominence erupts in August 2012, as captured by SDO – By NASA/SDO/AIA/Goddard Space Flight Center – http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/rbsp/news/third-belt.html, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24922453
Polluting plastics are less straws and more unfettered Third World debris. By Onar Am, November 14, 2019, Liberty Nation Enormous amounts of plastic released into the ocean from Third World rivers and cargo ships constitute a significant environmental problem. However, for years, scientists have been puzzled by the discrepancy between the released and measured ocean… Read More Ocean Plastics — A Reality Check
William Nordhaus of Yale University won the Nobel Prize in Economics last year, for failing to understand chemistry, biology, physics and economics.
Seven years ago, Danish scientists proved with empirical evidence that carbon dioxide is irrelevant to Earth’s changing climate and that cloud formation is controlled by the sun and galactic cosmic rays. In this video, Danish Professor Henrik Svensmark explains the link between cosmic rays, the solar magnetic field and cloud cover influencing climate on Earth.
Former ABC News Science Editor Dr. Michael Gullen has published a fascinating opinion piece at Fox News‘ website. In his essay, Dr. Gullen makes the case that sunspot activity is at its lowest point in over 9,000 years. The result is increased cosmic ray activity that bombard the Earth. This, in turn, results in more… Read More Could the sun halt climate change?
Recent research by Professor Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University and colleagues has shed new light on the inner workings of the Sun. If correct, this new discovery means that future solar cycles and variations in the Sun’s activity can be predicted more accurately. The research suggests that the next three solar cycles will see solar… Read More New Solar Research Raises Climate Questions, Triggers Attacks
K9LA’s Amateur Radio Propagation host Carl Luetzelschwab gives a brief update on Solar Cycle 24, and then discusses the implication of the number of days with zero sunspots, the trend of the strength of the magnetic fields around sunspots, the correlation of the duration of solar minimum to the maximum of the next solar cycle,… Read More Solar Topics – Where we’re headed, SC25, and beyond
With the electric force of the universe being 42 orders of magnitudes greater than the force of gravity, many phenomena that are attributed to gravitational attraction, and numerous other imagined causes, are in reality electric phenomena, such as the effects that the alignments of the planets have on the sunspots of the Sun. Even the… Read More Electric planets, sun and sunspots
Back on September 20th, 15,000 San Diego Gas & Electric customers experienced a blackout in which the power company blamed power generators giving out due to peak usage. The only thing is, as the below video points out, the generators in question are built for peak usage. Instead, Suspicious Observers posits it may have been… Read More Did the Sun affect the San Diego blackout?
Astrophysicist and meteorologist, Piers Corbyn, has a prediction success rate of almost 90%, better than ny of the proponents of man made climate change activists and researchers in the field of climate science. He obtained a first-class honours degree in physics at Imperial College London. Corbyn is not your everyday weatherman: the conspicuously displayed photocopy… Read More Piers Corbyn: The man who predicts the weather better than anyone