Tornadoes in the Ottawa Region: It is Time to Rethink Disasters

Tornadoes in the Ottawa Region:  It is Time to Rethink Disasters

“IT WENT TOO FAR” by Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris, ©2018 (Oct. 4, 2018) — The injuries and huge property losses from the September 21 tornadoes in the Ottawa/Gatineau (Canada) region are certainly appalling, and condolences are in order. However, seen in a long-term perspective, what humans define as disasters are an opportunity for improvement, just like […]

Real Climate Science the IPCC Doesn’t Want You to See

Real Climate Science the IPCC Doesn’t Want You to See

HEARTLAND INSTITUTE RELEASES CLIMATE CHANGE RECONSIDERED REPORT.  GET IT.  READ IT.  SPEAK OUT. by Paul Driessen, ©2013 (Sep. 20, 2013) — Once again, it’s the NIPCC versus the IPCC – facts versus gloom-and-doom assertions. Earth’s average atmospheric temperatures haven’t increased in almost 17 years. It’s been eight years since a Category 3 hurricane hit the United […]

Carbon Tax Hallucinations

Carbon Tax Hallucinations

CARBON TAXES WILL DO NOTHING FOR REVENUES OR CLIMATE, BUT WILL HURT JOB AND ECONOMIC GROWTH by Paul Driessen, ©2013  (Feb. 18, 2013) — Average planetary temperatures haven’t budged in 16 years. Hurricanes and strong tornadoes are at or near their lowest ebb in decades. Global sea ice is back to normal, Arctic ice is […]

Climate Change Issues for 2012, Revised

Climate Change Issues for 2012, Revised

PREPARED BY THE COMMITTEE FOR A CONSTRUCTIVE TOMORROW, SUMMARIZING CURRENT KNOWLEDGE ON CLIMATE by Paul Driessen, ©2012 (Nov. 12, 2012) — [Author’s Note:  Attached is an updated climate change issues summary from the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow. It includes new material about Hurricane Sandy and other important topics – and replaces the Q&A that I […]

Climate Change Issues for 2012

Climate Change Issues for 2012

DOES “GLOBAL WARMING” EVEN EXIST? by Paul Driessen, ©2012 (Nov. 3, 2012) — [Author’s Note:  Over the past several months people have asked CFACT a number of questions about climate change, energy and the environment. We responded to them, and then decided to compile their questions and our answers into two 6-page documents that present […]

Helping At-Risk Populations Survive Tornadoes

Helping At-Risk Populations Survive Tornadoes

BETTER BUILDING PREPARATIONS AND PUBLIC SHELTERS WILL INCREASE SURVIVAL RATES by Matthew Biddle and David R. Legates, ©2012 (Sep. 12, 2012) — After tornadoes ripped through Tuscaloosa, AL and Joplin, MO, many called for greater efforts to enhance tornado forecast lead times and provide more time for people to take shelter and save lives.  The video […]

“Peace Be Still”

THE DARK DAYS OF AMERICA by Patra Minocha, ©2011 Peace Be Still America. Trust has been stolen. The Constitution destroyed. Hearts are trembling.  Souls find no rest. Peace Be Still America. People are furious!  Tempers are flaring! Our faith’s being challenged; put to the test! Peace Be Still America. Escalating unemployment, Dangerous drugs  & violent crime, A […]