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A demonstrator dressed as a polar bear joins others gather infront of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, during a rally against President Donald Trump's Energy Independence Executive order. Trump signed an executive order aimed at moving forward on his campaign pledge to unravel former President Barack Obama's plan to curb global warming. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

40% of Americans Say Global Warming Can Cause Human Extinction, Even if Hottest Period Was Before Man Existed

Four in 10 Americans — or 39 percent — think the odds for human extinction because of climate change or global warming are 50 percent or more. But the majority of Americans, or 58 percent, think the odds of human extinction because of climate change is less than 50 percent, revealing that climate change is not a topic of universal agreement in the United States.

NASA said its International Space Station partners, which include Canada, Japan, and the European Space Agency, are aware of a Moscow proposal to cut the number of Russian cosmonauts at the ISS from three to two

DELINGPOLE: NASA to Stop Shilling for Big Green, Restart Exploring Space…

I do hope that Gavin “Toast” Schmidt, the head of NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS), followed the advice I gave him a few months back. Because it now looks very much as if he and many of his colleagues are about to face exciting new job opportunities, hopefully in areas best suited to their talents, such as the challenging world of fast-food retail.

H. Sterling Burnett: Climategate Redux! NOAA Scientists Fudge, Lose Data

The award-winning scientist responsible for creating, collecting, and maintaining the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) data archive, John Bates, recently disclosed leading NOAA’s climate scientists violated the agency’s rules, rushing to publication data which had yet to be tested and confirmed in order to influence the outcome of the Paris climate negotiations in 2015. In a second breach of agency protocol, the scientists involved, led by Tom Karl, failed to properly archive and store their datasets for testing and public disclosure.

California Drought Lake McClure (Justin Sullivan / Getty)

Winter Forecast for SoCal: Drought

This week, the Long Beach, California-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued its winter climate predictions forecasting a dry, hot January, February and March for Southern California.

Basking shark (Chris Gotschalk / Wikimedia Commons)

Rare, Enormous Shark Seen off California Coast

Tourists aboard a whale-watching boat two miles off Capistrano Beach Thursday evening spotted two rare basking sharks — the second-largest fish of any kind in the ocean, and a species so rare there is a special hotline for sightings.

man-made climate change

No, 2015 Was Not The Hottest Year Evah…

Over the next few days and weeks you will hear lots and lots of stories about how 2015 was the “Hottest Year Evah”. Every time you do so, reach for your Browning. Whoever makes this claim will be an idiot,

Santa Claus Coral Reef (Eric Risberg / Associated Press)

Science Says: Evil Coral Reefs Acidify Oceans

Scientists have discovered the cause of the world’s second deadliest environmental threat after global warming. And the news really couldn’t be worse for the greenies. It seems that Ocean Acidification is not, after all, the result of man’s selfishness and

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