Category Archives: Analysis

The Cause and Effect of Anthropogenic CO2 [Updated]

Russ Steele I am reading The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect by Judea Pearl and Dana Mackenzie. Pearl’s work on cause and effect enables us to know whether one thing causes another, or not. A … Continue reading

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Natural Gas Is GOOD!

This one is the for our local environmentalist, a remarkable personal story of how a Colorado environmentalist came to embrace the very thing she had been programmed to hate: oil and natural gas extraction. https://thebreakthrough.org/index.php/journal/no.-8-winter-2018/reclaiming-environmentalism A heartwarming story of a … Continue reading

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Our Planet Has Enjoyed 10 Warm Periods During The Past 10,000 Years

There is absolutely nothing unusual about today’s so-called global warming or if you prefer climate change. Look at how many periods of warmth our planet has enjoyed during the past 10,000 years alone. Civilizations flourished during those warm periods and … Continue reading

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The Medieval Warming Period was Global, not Regional

Early in my blogging on global warming and then climate change the lefty anthropogenic warmers insisted that we have never experienced this range of temperature before. My position was that the Medieval Warming Period temperature was on par with or … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rising NOT Flooding Pacific Islands

The Pacific nation of Tuvalu—long seen as a prime candidate to disappear as climate change forces up sea levels—is actually growing in size, new research shows. A University of Auckland study examined changes in the geography of Tuvalu’s nine atolls … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Climate Change, Sea Level

Government Produced Global Warming

This is an example of how NOAA produces global warming, they just change the data to suit their political needs. Here is one example from Maine using NOAA’s own data. This Maine data was captured in 2013. Note no warming trend. … Continue reading

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Does Climate Change Create More Extreme Weather, Part 1?

By Russ Steele Hydrogeologist Steve Baker gives the weekly Water Report on KVMR our local progressive radio station at 89.5 FM and on the internet at KVMR.org. He is claiming that anthropogenic climate change is causing “extreme weather”. I find … Continue reading

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