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Climate Nanny Bloomberg Owns Fleet Of Private Jets, Choppers

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, worth an estimated $54 billion, enjoys his own fleet of private jets and helicopters stationed in New Jersey while describing himself as a “global leader” on the environment and climate change. Bloomberg, who has pledged to end…

Pope Francis Wants ‘Ecological Sin’ Added To Catholic Catechism

When you think of sin, what kinds of things come to mind? Murder? Greed? Using a plastic straw? Pope Francis has made a proposal: Add “ecological sin” to the list of wrongdoings in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. At…

Awesome nightscape photos from New Mexico’s Very Large Array

Observatories are great places to view and photograph the night sky. Tips from an astrophotographer’s trip to the Very Large Array in New Mexico – to help you plan your next astrophotography adventure – plus awesome photos.

Climate Loons Finally Come Out As A Religious Cult

For years, those of us who don’t buy into the Chicken Little predictions of the climate alarmists have been accusing them of being a religious doomsday cult. It would appear that they are finally agreeing: At today’s DACA prayer breakfast,…

We just hosted a pug sleepover party, and we're about to do it again

Wondering what “Atlanta to Appalachia” is all about? It’s part of an occasional series about life in the wilds of West Virginia through the eyes of a couple who never dreamed they’d love it there. Read previous installments here. *…

Could the black hole at the heart of our galaxy actually be a wormhole?

While no one knows for sure what would happen if you fell into a black hole, it’s probably safe to say that you wouldn’t be back this way again. By most scientific reckonings, the incomprehensible force exerted by a black…

From Kerri-Anne to the masked stinger: how Australia’s media covered Extinction Rebellion

Daily Telegraph reporter Mitchell Van Homrigh got dressed up in a bee costume to go “undercover” with Extinction Rebellion but his stunt wasn’t even the most foolish response to the mass protests we saw this week. After making all the…

Why we can't stop thinking about warp drive

Debuting in 1966, ‘Star Trek’ made the universe seem like a much smaller place — thanks, in part, to the time- and space-bending power of the warp drive. (Photo: Willrow Hood/Shutterstock.com) Could we someday fire up a warp engine —…

How to wake up even the most groggy brain

Don’t trust anyone who tells you they wake up happy. That’s a lie. And anyone who can start the day with a lie will probably spend the rest of it telling more. For honest people, waking up is the hardest…

NBC News Ridiculed After ‘Climate Confessions’ Backfires Spectacularly

In an effort to invoke maximum first-world guilt over our addiction to red meat and plastic straws, someone at NBC thought it would be a great idea to let people anonymously “confess” to their climate sins in order to shame the rest…