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Climate Science Special Report: Human Induced

The Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), Volume I has determined that climate change is being unduly accelerated by human activities. The report is an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a focus on the United States. It represents the first of two volumes of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, mandated by the […]

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Cows Expel Gas So They Don’t Explode

by Daniel Brouse CALIFORNIA — “Quite frankly, we want them to expel gas so they don’t explode,” said Anja Raudabaugh, chief executive of Western United Dairymen. The California dairy industry is fighting back against proposed regulations to curb greenhouse gas emitted by belching and farting cows. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and the California […]

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Humans Set World Pollution Record

by Daniel Brouse Scientists wrote in the journal Nature Geoscience, “Given currently available records, the present anthropogenic carbon release rate is unprecedented during the past 66 million years.” The largest known natural surge is believed to have happened 56 million years ago and was likely caused by a release of frozen methane beneath the seabed. […]

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Contrails Versus Chemtrails

by Daniel Brouse When jet engines fly across the sky, there are two different things that happen. Both are likely causing harm to the environment. Neither are being done on purpose. That is to say — there is no conspiracy to spray chemicals. There is no such thing as intentional “chemtrails”. What is really happening? […]

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Carbon Dioxide Breaks 800,000 Year Record

NOAA — For 800,000 years before the twentieth century, carbon dioxide levels in Earth’s atmosphere never exceeded 300 parts per million. Then the Industrial Revolution began, and modern human civilization started burning through millions of years of fossilized carbon in the geological blink of an eye. NOAA scientists reported that in March 2015 the monthly […]

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Hottest Year On Record

AUSTRALIA — Data collected and analyzed by the Bureau of Meteorology show that 2013 was Australia’s warmest year on record while rainfall was slightly below average nationally. Summer 2012–13 was the warmest on record nationally, spring was also the warmest on record and winter the third warmest Overall, 2013 was Australia’s warmest year on record: […]

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First Global Pollution Tax

The United Nations’ aviation agency (International Civil Aviation Organization) approved the initial steps in implementing a worldwide tax on greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes. If the proposal gets accepted, it would take effect in 2022. The European Union had been seeking a more robust agreement: “While we would have liked more countries to accept our […]

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Tax Pollution

One of the only taxes that makes sense is a pollution tax. A progressive income tax is perhaps the worst type of taxation. Why would you want to tax people for being productive… then, tax them higher the more productive they are? These countries currently have taxes on carbon emissions: Australia, India, South Korea, Japan, […]

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Antarctica Ice Loss

Warm Ocean Currents Cause Majority of Ice Loss from Antarctica WASHINGTON, DC (USA) — Warm ocean currents attacking the underside of ice shelves are the dominant cause of recent ice loss from Antarctica, a new study using measurements from NASA’s Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) revealed. An international team of scientists used a […]

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