Under the assumption that your table is set with genetically modified foods, what does that mean, and should you be concerned for your health? On Wednesday, June 29, The Heartland Institute featured Julie Kelly, who has become one of the leading, non-scientists raising her voice in the sometimes contentious debate over the safety of this nation’s food system regarding GMOs.
Do these clowns realize that Heartland friends Walt Cunningham and Harrison Schmitt have actually been to space and are steadfast in their skepticism about the hypothesis of an inevitable climate crisis caused by human activity? I’m guessing the answer is no.
The Portland Public Schools board this week voted unanimously to institute a ban on allowing any materials or discussion that express doubts that human activity is causing a catastrophic climate crisis. They might as well have just put out a resolution promoting homeschooling.
Bill went where the data led him, especially when it came to the frequency of hurricane activity due to man-caused, CO2-driven global warming. Point of fact: Bill said Al Gore’s filmed prediction of AGW causing more hurricanes was nonsense. Bill, not Al, was proven right.
Tonight at 7 p.m. ET, Heartland Institute President Joe Bast will give a live-streamed presentation that was a huge hit at CPAC last week – “Never Again Lose a Debate with a Climate Alarmist: Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming.” About 150 people crammed into a room to fit only 111 to hear Joe talk.
This is almost unspeakably sad. Bob was the very embodiment of the “happy warrior” in the global warming debate. He was a scholar’s scholar, with impeccable credentials (including a Ph.D. from Cambridge), careful attention to detail, and a deep understanding of and commitment to the scientific method. He endured the slings and arrows of the anti-science Left with seeming ease and good humor and often warned against resorting to similar tactics to answer them.
Dr. Mann is clearly committed to labeling folks like me “deniers,” which doesn’t really bother me, so long as everybody is clear about what is being denied. What do scientists (and I’m just a lowly chemist, not an exalted climatologist or anything) like me deny? Let us review.
It appears Mann and Oreskes chose the Lakeland Times as a somewhat unlikely venue to put on the record every lie and half-truth about The Heartland Institute spread (with their help) on the Internet. So here, for the record, is some truth-telling.
In the end, what we apparently got out of Paris is voluntary emission caps, voluntary progress reviews, no international oversight of any voluntary progress, and voluntary contributions to the Fund.
ON A TRAIN SOMEWHERE IN THE BELGIAN COUTRYSIDE – The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) embarrassed itself with almost no people showing up for its panel discussion and media event at the United Nations COP21 climate talks in Paris.
After a successful trip to Rome this spring to combat climate alarmism, The Heartland Institute is now setting its sights on the COP-21 – the twenty-first meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris next month. And we request your help!
Interesting that National Geographic choose to title its latest edition “Cool It.” That’s the same as the title of Bjorn Lomborg’s 2007 book, which asks environmentalists to cool down their hot rhetoric about man-made global warming. Pity the folks at NatGeo didn’t read it.
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Dr. Jagadish Shukla, along with several other scientists, sent a letter to President Obama and Defense Sec. Loretta Lynch requesting that they bring RICO charges against “climate skeptics.” The letter, however, exposed some questionable financial dealings and a strange relationship between Shukla, taxpayers, and the research institute, Institute of Global Environment and Society.