The Final Day of the Climate Crisis


From The Guardian, May 4, 2007:

UN Scientists Warn Time Is Running Out to Tackle Global Warming

Governments are running out of time to address climate change and to avoid the worst effects of rising temperatures, an influential UN panel warned yesterday.

Greater energy efficiency, renewable electricity sources and new technology to dump carbon dioxide underground can all help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the experts said. But there could be as little as eight years left to avoid a dangerous global average rise of 2C or more.  (Emphasis added.)

Those eight years run out tomorrow.  So I assume that climatistas will shut up tomorrow night.

Sweden Has A Sub That’s So Deadly The US Navy Hired It To Play Bad Guy

This link is to an article describing the impressive characteristics of Sweden’s Gottland class of super stealthy submarines. In brief,  the the subs in this class are undetectable.
This is an important article for those of us concerned about the naval aspects of defense policy.

Jackie Robinson’s Contribution to America

This is a repost is an article from 2013 made relevant because today is “Jackie Robinson Day” celebrating his first game in Major League Ball.  It is said that Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball,  but as this article points out, he broke the color barrier in America.
Click the link to read on.

Lawrence Solomon on “Why the Earth’s 19th Little Ice Age has begun”

I first became aware of weather as a political factor while a college student. As a history major,  I studied the French Revolution, largely caused  by a drought that ruined grain harvests in France the years just before it began in 1789. Prior to that, I learned of the very cold 18th century winters that froze the Thames in London and forced George Washington to battle ice floes as he crossed the Delaware RIver on Christmas Eve 1776 on his way to defeat the Hessians at Trenton. I soon learned that these atmospheric conditions were caused by what has come to be known as the Little Ice Age. Climate scientists have now counted 18 such Little Ice Ages and are now describing the onset of the 19th. Click the link below to read the details -Keep Warm.