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The Myth Of The So-Called Arctic Death Spiral

Between 2017 and 2020, I reckon I spent more time analyzing all things Arctic than all other climate topics put together. The reason for this is simple: the Arctic is the poster child of alarmism and a place where globalist-funded journalists…

Global warming and the promise of nuclear fusion – The Express Tribune

As discussed in the article in this space last week, the developed world is prepared to put a large amount of money at the disposal of the developing world to help fight the consequences of global warming. Most of the…

How we can keep global warming below the 1.5 degrees Celsius goal – The Washington Post

Keeping warming this low will help save the world’s coral reefs, preserve the Arctic’s protective sea ice layer and could avoid further destabilizing Antarctica and Greenland, staving off dramatic sea level rise. But with the world having already warmed by…

The Climate Scaremongers: Reality Catches Up With The Electric Car

For years we have been told how wonderful electric cars will be. How they would be cheap to buy and run, how they would create gazillions of green jobs, and how they would power our economy through the 21st century! They…

What Connecticut’s drought can teach about a warming climate – Yale Daily News

Experts across Connecticut spoke about the state’s ongoing drought, the implications of last week’s heavy rain and the need for current infrastructure to evolve with a changing climate. Kayla Yup 1:10 am, Sep 12, 2022 Staff Reporter Zoe Berg, Photography…

California’s Mediterranean Climate Vulnerable to Global Warming – The New York Times

The allure of California has long been its almost unbelievably good weather: predictably dry summers and pleasant, if occasionally rainy, winters. Who wouldn’t want to escape swampy heat for this temperate paradise? Our typically agreeable weather (current heat wave notwithstanding)…

‘Superworm’ With Appetite for Polystyrene Could be Key to Mass-Scale Recycling

A ‘superworm’ with an appetite for polystyrene could be the key to plastic recycling on a mass scale, according to a new study. The species is capable of munching through plastic waste thanks to a bacterial enzyme in their gut, say Australian scientists. Dr Chris Rinke, and his team at the University of Queensland’s School […]

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Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms ‘Reversed’ by Mini Implant Bringing Hope

A small implant connected to electrodes inserted into the skull bone is providing huge relief to younger patients living with Parkinson’s disease, such that it could allow sufferers to pick up fine motor skills like playing golf again. While it isn’t a cure, the implant is a treatment that makes living with Parkinson’s ten times […]

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