Hating Humanity

Radio personality Anthony Cumia once observed that the farther away people are and the browner they are, the less we care about them. His observation was in reference to the devastation caused in Indonesia and nearby countries by the 2004 earthquake and tsunami,...

New-Cue-Lar!

Back in my engineering days, I worked on a project that centered around a new and innovative nuclear reactor design. Although I wasn’t a nuclear engineer, and my specialty focused on spacecraft, rockets, orbits and the like, I nevertheless absorbed a...

America Last

This week’s non-shocking news out of the White House centers on Trump’s decision to withdraw America from the Paris Climate Accord. It’s non-shocking in that it was a campaign promise, although in the realm of politics, perhaps it is a shock that a...

Warming Up To Lukewarmism

President Trump’s proposed budget includes, among its many cutbacks, substantial cuts to the EPA’s budget and plans to zero out global warming research. Naturally, leftists are agog, agape, and apoplectic. Dogmatic faith in the catastrophic version of...

Global Warming and The Sun

If you have ever been in a debate between a global warming skeptic and a global warming catastrophist, you know that sooner or later the issue of the Sun will arise. Skeptics view solar input as likely being the most significant contributor to any climate change that...

Is the Earth’s Climate in Trouble?

A great deal of ink and angst has been spent by climate warriors and skeptics over the question of whether global warming is real, how big it is, and what to do about it. Maybe, however, these are not the right questions to be asking. I happened recently to come...