Monthly Archives: July 2003

Foes of the Environment: Genetic Contamination Needless Roadblock to GM Crops

Dennis Avery Those who call themselves advocates for the environment continue in their desperate campaign against biotech-improved crops — the most critically needed farming technology in half a century. In a world that already farms nearly half the non-ice covered … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment

Did Mayan Civilization Collapse Due to Global Cooling?

Dennis Avery The famed Mayan culture of Central America collapsed about 1200 years ago due, say recent findings, to prolonged drought driven by global cooling. New research shows a profound 9th-century drought crisis in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, where the big … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment

Does CO2 Really Affect Temperatures?

Dennis Avery The global warming theory says more CO2 in the atmosphere will trap more of the sun’s heat and “overcook” the planet. The global climate computer models are programmed to assess how much overcooking we’ll suffer. But, in the … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment

The Unsettled Science of Climate Change

Dennis Avery Dr. James Schlesinger, Secretary of Energy under President Carter, has become the most prominent personage denying a “scientific consensus” on global warming. In the July 7, 2003 issue of the Washington Post, Dr. Schlesinger reminded us that when … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment

Global Warming Activists Studiously Ignore History’s Cycles of Warming and Cooling

Dennis Avery The latest pseudo-scientific parlor game is pretending that the Little Ice Age didn’t happen. We’re supposed to ignore the historic reality that the world’s mean temperatures dropped sharply by 2 to 4 degrees Fahrenheit from about 1300 AD … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment

Pediatricians Confirm Lower Milk Consumption Adding to Childhood Obesity — Who is to Blame?

Alex Avery Study in Journal of Pediatrics Adds Credence to “Milk is Milk” Campaign Today’s report in the Journal of Pediatrics confirms long-held suspicions that misleading labeling on dairy products and related marketing practices are driving consumers away from purchasing … Continue reading

Posted in Latest News | Leave a comment