Debunking The 97% ‘Consensus’ On Global Warming

February 9, 2014

If you challenge global warming on a regularly you have come across the 97% ‘consensus’ on global warming. You may have not had the ammo to disprove the claim. That is what Thomas Lifson’s topic on one of his blog posts. I admit standing up against global warming makes me made some times. I can’t always […]

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Scam alert: utility company’s name used falsely

February 4, 2014

Someone is claiming to work for Nueces Electric and calling up customers saying they have not paid their bill. The person claims the electricity will be turned off if the customers do not bring their account current. The person then will ask them to buy a pre-paid credit card to pay their bill. If anyone […]

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Dallas Cowboys Stadium Seating and Atmospheric CO2

January 28, 2014

EPA regulations have already closed several coal power plants across the nation. These regulation, like Obamacare, have slowed supply. What that means for consumers is higher rates. “ObamaAir” as I like to call it, which is not the Nicolas Cage movie with prisoners on a plan, but a tax on the air we breath in […]

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Political science not climate science

January 16, 2014

EPA plans on slowing down power plant emissions by storing CO2. If you have any common sense in your body you are asking yourself why and to what end? There is a good reason but the answer is not 100% affirming. CO2 is a greenhouse gas and we are at war with global warming (climate […]

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Climate Change or Mother Nature?

January 2, 2014

A retrospective analysis of the year 2013 reveals one humiliating defeat after another for contemporary ecotheologians as various climatic and political events served to further undermine their case for man-made climate change. For starters, a number of Western governments rejected United Nations climate change protocols. Australia (Tony Abbott, whose platform featured a rejection of climate […]

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