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Global Warming

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  • Chris Kyle, Al Gore and John Morgan: 30-Word Rant

    Chris Kyle, Al Gore and John Morgan: 30-Word Rant
    The groundhog popped his head up here in Orlando, and now we are getting six years of commuters' hell on Interstate 4. Chris Kyle: war hero, patriot, Christian, good with guns, selfless, family man, independent Texan — everything the leftists hate...
  • UF professor ties global warming to wheat decline

    UF professor ties global warming to wheat decline
    Wheat crops could suffer badly as global temperature rise this century, according a new study led by a University of Florida scientist. Steering an international team of 50 scientists, UF professor Senthold Asseng determined that a global temperature...
  • L.A. Basin methane emissions found up to 61% higher than estimates

    A new study that used a mountaintop sensor to measure air pollution in the Los Angeles Basin found emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, are up to 61% higher than government estimates. The study published Monday in the journal Atmospheric...
  • After the vote and the veto, the Keystone XL pipeline could make a comeback

    After the vote and the veto, the Keystone XL pipeline could make a comeback
    The U.S. Senate launched its first great debate of 2015 this week, on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from the tar sands of Alberta to the refineries of Texas. Predictably, the rhetoric was apocalyptic. “I think XL stands for...
  • Plug-in vehicles outpacing hybrids in market acceptance

     Plug-in vehicles outpacing hybrids in market acceptance
    A long time ago, in an auto world far far away, two vehicles got plugged into the automotive marketplace. It is December 2010, and the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle joins the Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid in a front that would forever change the automotive...
  • Climate change represents the gravest threat to civilization

    Climate change represents the gravest threat to civilization
    Ever think how climate change and rising temperatures could endanger our society and our atmosphere? Climate change is a problem that is not only continental but also universal. It has been a serious problem for most of the countries in the world....
  • Just as oil starts to lose its grip, the Saudis' low prices pull us back

    Just as oil starts to lose its grip, the Saudis' low prices pull us back
    To maintain their dominance of energy markets, suppliers of traditional carbon-based energy have never been afraid to play hardball. Massive advertising campaigns and intense congressional lobbying, built on huge levels of campaign finance, are routine in...
  • Love Where You Live: What we need is here

    We have four children under our roof. It is hard not to think of their futures and what's in store for them upon the horizon. We have our own sustainable setup at home: recycling and reusing any and all available materials; eating and cooking healthy...
  • Don't confuse meteorology with climate science

    Two recent letters to the editor ridiculed predictions of global warming based on inaccurate snowfall forecasts. Rather than refuting climate change, the letters serve to underline a fundamental misunderstanding of climate science. In predicting future...
  • Ask Tom: What happened to ice age speculation in 1970s?

    Dear Tom, In the 1970s concern about the Earth's changing climate was focused on a coming ice age. Now it is about global warming. What should I believe? — T. Reyes, Schaumburg Dear T., It's difficult to assess climatic shifts objectively when...
  • All benefit from gas tax that pumps cash into economy

    For 32 years I've been advocating a major tax on petroleum. I've got as much chance this time around as did Don Quixote with windmills. But I shall tilt my lance once more. The only time you can even think of proposing a gas tax increase is when oil...