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    "Yes, I’ll increase my CO2 output on March 26th!"

    Yes! I will increase my CO2 output on March 26th! I am joining people from all walks of life in taking the Carbon Belch Day Pledge! On March 26th I will do my best to increase my CO2 output and unleash a Carbon Belch on the planet. I do this with no fear or concern that I am destroying the planet, but rather to show the absurdity of the “going green” wackos who want to make something out of nothing. Make the Pledge

     

Climate Alarmists Came Up With a New Excuse: The Satellites Are Lying

Although it may seem unbelievable, it’s not - with climate alarmists anything is possible; even to claim that the satellite data is lying.

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"The Most Elegant Way" to Fight Climate Change: Introducing New Taxes

As you may have already heard, Obama told people in Paris that he had an 'elegant' solution that would actually stop Climate Change.

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John Kerry Admits American CO2 Cuts Would Be Pointless

Unbelievable, yet true - secretary of State John Kerry made a surprising confession at the COP-21 climate conference in Paris. According to Kerry, emissions cuts by the U.S. and other industrialized nations will make no difference whatsoever to global climate.

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Ted Cruz Is Totally Right on Climate Change

As it turns out, as odd as it may seem, a progressive climate alarmist website has an invaluable voting guide for the presidential election... 'How?' or 'Why?' you may wonder...

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NOAA's Winter Forecast Is Being Challenged by Co-Founder of Weather Channel - 'Nonsense!'

Not that it would shock us or anything, considering the information is coming from The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), but apparently they are again predicting above-average temperatures for much of the northern and western United States this winter.

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Manmade warming hypothesis? But... what’s a hypothesis?

It seems that nowadays, what passes for logic is the effort to associate one idea with another favored idea. Then the first idea is accepted as fact.

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