Archive for November, 2013

EPA Destroying More Jobs and Rights

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013

Source:  SHTFgun girls

A couple of years ago we opined that the anti-gun establishment had found a loophole for the Second Amendment and that rather than targeting the banning of all firearms, they would instead turn their attention to ammunition.

The government?s most recent efforts to reduce open market availability through taxation, individual purchase restrictions and a massive stockpiling effort by the Department of Homeland Security has forced ammunition prices to nearly triple, while also dwindling supplies of many popular calibers.

But they?re not done yet. (more…)

New IPCC Leak ? Working Group 2?s Summary for Policymakers

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Source:  No Frankking Conensus

by Donna La Framboise

At the end of March next year, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release installment #2 of its latest climate assessment.

An anonymous person has sent me a copy of the final draft of the Summary for Policymakers for that section. Dated four days ago, the IPCC believes this document should remain secret.

I think the public has a right to examine it. It?s important to be able to compare what IPCC personnel have written in this draft to what the final, non-draft version will say when it?s released to much fanfare next March. (more…)

WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE OCEANS?

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Source:  GWPF  ocean-surf-s-up-463160

by Dr. David Whitehouse

New research carried out by and published in the journal Science (University press release) is providing fascinating new insights about how the heat content of the oceans have been changing over the last few thousand years, as well as providing yet more evidence that the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age were global and not regional events.

The research involves looking for proxy historical data for the temperature of a region of the Pacific in Indonesia. This is regarded as an important stretch of water because it acts as a crossroads between extensive water masses from the northern and southern hemispheres and as such measurements made in one locale represent a much larger volume of ocean. (more…)