Daily Archives: September 13, 2020

A Message from Mother Earth to Nancy Pelosi

Reposted from American Thinker By Clarice Feldman Thunder shattered the evening quiet and lightning lit up the sky outside my office. I stayed at my computer feeling secure that the surge protector would manage the extra load. Suddenly my screen lit up with a strange message: Speaker Pelosi: This is Mother Earth and you’ve defamed me, […]

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A Message from Mother Earth to Nancy Pelosi

Reposted from American Thinker By Clarice Feldman Thunder shattered the evening quiet and lightning lit up the sky outside my office. I stayed at my computer feeling secure that the surge protector would manage the extra load. Suddenly my screen lit up with a strange message: Speaker Pelosi: This is Mother Earth and you’ve defamed me, […]

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The jury is in on Hydroxychloroquine – ‘it saves lives – Video

“Hydroxychloroquine is a cheap, safe, anti-malarial drug,” says Andrew Bolt. “It has been used for decades.” Some studies show it can cut deaths by up to a third, in some cases it can cut the number of deaths in half, especially when taken early, and taken with zinc. It may even be universally effective when […]

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Can Europe Compete? Tesla Plans To Export China-Made Electric Cars To Undercut European Car Makers

Tesla Inc. plans to ship cars made at its Shanghai factory to other countries in Asia and Europe, according to people familiar with the matter, shifting its strategy for the plant to largely focus on supplying the local market. China-built Model 3s for delivery outside the country likely will start mass production in the fourth quarter, the people said, asking […]

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Greta Thunberg’s Scandinavia Has Seen August Cooling Trend Over The Past Quarter Century

By Kiryeand Pierre Gosselin Today we plot the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) data for Northern Europe for the month of August, 2020. We have selected this region because it is the home of 17-year old climate alarmist/activist Greta Thunberg, who thinks the planet is heating up rapidly and so we’re all doomed. We plot the data for […]

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Powerful Storm Forecast This Week Could End West Coast Wildfires

Last week, computer weather forecast models were hinting at the possibility of a weather system pattern change that could result in significant precipitation for California and the West Coast. While tenuous then, the predictions are firming up now, and it looks like there will be a significant shift in the jet stream, which will put […]

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Climate, Covid, Brexit, Peace Prize

Some thoughts on the last week. Nothing controversial. Ahem. Climate Last weekend I rejoiced in XR losing hearts and minds so, for balance, here’s our favourite XR alumnus with friends: Nuclear for Net Zero? Well, it’s a lot better than any other version. IMHO. Feel free to disagree. Covid A couple of previous paragraphs of […]

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