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NASA Gavin Schmidt Searching For the Silurians

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Would it be possible to distinguish the fall of a pre-human civilisation destroyed by industrial CO2, from a natural climate upheaval? A New Study Suggests There Could Have Been Intelligent Life on Earth Before Humans Looking for aliens across deep space is great, but have we looked hard enough in… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Can Humans Melt the Antarctic Icecap?

Can we puny humans produce enough energy to melt the huge icecap? Some math helps. Guest essay by Julius Sanks When discussing climate with people who do not have technical backgrounds, I have learned much of the climate discussion is a foreign language to them. Phrases like “Dalton minimum” or “Atlantic multidecadal oscillation” make their eyes… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Archaeologists: Early Europeans Prospered Despite Abrupt Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Archaeologists have overturned theories that climate change caused by a nearby super volcano eruption killed early European settlers. First Europeans survived climate change following ‘super-eruption’ by working together, say archaeologists Experts suggest we can learn from our prehistoric ancestors when tackling changing climate today Josh Gabbatiss Science Correspondent Monday 16… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Comey & Lynch Found Guilty In Shocking ‘Sex Island Scandal’ Cover-Up

Former FBI Director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch have just been busted in a massive “sex island scandal” cover-up based on shocking evidence found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. According to the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, Comey’s exoneration of Hillary Clinton in the email investigation right before the election is tied to stunning proof of ...

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More than 50 NYU groups pledge to boycott Israel

More than 50 student groups at New York University have pledged to boycott Israeli goods and academic institutions, and are urging the school’s administration to join the cause. Led by NYU Students for Justice in Palestine, the petition of support urges students to boycott brands such as Sabra Hummus and Hewlett Packard, boycott Israeli academic conferences and schools, and demand ...

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Guest essay by Antera Ollila This rather long story is based on the research study be name “Challenging the scientific basis of the Paris climate agreement” published in International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management in April 2018. The Paris Agreement or COP21 (21st Conference of the Parties) into effect on 4th November, 2016.… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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