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‘Little Ice Ages’ Caused Suffering in Spain—as They Always Do, By: Dennis T. Avery

I recently toured Portugal and Spain, where the clashes between civilizations and “little ice ages” were especially violent. The effects of climate change on the Iberian Peninsula over the centuries vividly demonstrate why we should not fear global warming: The effects of any plausible warming … Continue reading

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DOES GLOBAL WARMING SCIENCE MATTER? BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

The European Union’s top climate official says the EU is pursuing the right renewable energy policies—even if the scientists are wrong about the cause of global warming! Why? Connie Hedegaard, the EU Climate Minister, recently told the London Telegraph, “Say … Continue reading

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CORN ETHANOL AND A NON-WARMING EARTH, BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

The earth has failed to warm at all for 15 years now, and American farmers are afraid of losing the “renewable fuel” mandate for corn ethanol—which has given them record crop prices and incomes since 2007. So, they’re proposing a … Continue reading

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PESTICIDE ACTIVISM: FIFTY YEARS OF PANIC AND PROPAGANDA, BY: ALEX AVERY

For the past half century, society has been repeatedly misled by activist-orchestrated campaigns on the supposed environmental impact of chemicals in general and pesticides in particular. Starting with erroneous accusations against DDT leveled by Rachel Carson in her 1962 book … Continue reading

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Researcher Alex Avery Criticizes Atrazine Studies by Dr. Tyrone Hayes in New Video

Alex Avery, Director of Research and Education at the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Food Issues, released a video criticizing new research by University of California Berkeley professor Dr. Tyrone Hayes alleging endocrine disruption in amphibians caused by the popular … Continue reading

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GLOBAL WARMING EVERY 1,500 YEARS–WHAT IT MEANS FOR ENGINEERING, BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

Hysteria over global warming has gripped the affluent countries of the world. -Climate modelers claim the earth’s temperature could be boosted an astounding 11 degrees C by the additional CO2 being released into the atmosphere as humans burn fossil fuels. … Continue reading

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Updated:New Beef Eco-Report

New Beef Eco-Report: Pound-for-pound, beef produced with grains and growth hormones produces 40% less greenhouse gas emissions and saves two-thirds more land for nature compared to organic grass-fed beef. Continue reading

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Hundreds More Scientists Have Found the 1,500-Year Climate Cycle

Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C., March 3, 2008:  The following list includes more than 400 additional qualified scientists, with their home institutions, and the peer-reviewed studies they have published in professional journals, which reveal evidence of the moderate 1,500-year Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles. … Continue reading

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IFIC video – “What’s for Lunch?

This short YouTube friendly video addresses consumer concerns about food choice from the International Food Information Council Foundation(IFIC). This humorous and entertaining look at how food is grown and produced is aimed at those who are uncertain about the differences between … Continue reading

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“What’s for Lunch?” Video from IFIC Addresses Consumer Concerns About School Lunch Choices

International Food Information Council Foundation posts humorous school lunch video in popular You Tube space. Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 19, 2008 — Introducing “What’s for Lunch?,” a short YouTube friendly video that addresses consumer concerns about food choice from the … Continue reading

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