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Today is Sunday, October 23, 2016

Sen. Mark Udall, Democrats can’t run on climate change; alarmists don’t have data or computer models

Because most Americans blame Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) and other Congressional Democrats for the ObamaCare (ObamaCaid) fiasco, they want to run for re-election next November against fossil fuels and climate change. But as John Hinderaker points out in a devastating blog over at, so called climate change and global warming alarmists don't have the data, computer models, computer power or even the knowledge they need to make their case. 

They're lying about climate change, and they know it.

All Republicans have to say is that Mark Udall and his dishonest scientists don't know what they are talking about. All they care about is gaining more political power and using it to control our lives and destroy our jobs.


Why the alarmists' climate models are worthless, by John Hinderaker. 

IPCC scientists knew data and science inadequacies contradicted certainities presented to media, public and politicians, but remained silent, by Tim Ball.

There is every reason to be skeptical of the science of "climate change" alarmists, by Bruce McQuain

Disasters cost more than ever—but not because of climate change, by Roger Pielke, Jr.

Following up on disasters and climate change, by Roger Pielke, Jr.

Normalizing economic loss from natural disasters: A global analysis, by Eric Neumayer, Fabian Barthel

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 03/22/14 at 06:40 AM
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