Published May 19, 2010
Contrary to the commonly held scientific conclusion that the Earth is getting warmer, a scientist who has written more than 150 peer-reviewed papers has unveiled evidence for his prediction that global cooling is coming soon.
Published May 19, 2010
Rising sea levels will soon drown Venice, global warming advocates say with alarm. But a top scientist disagrees -- and he says he’s got the data to prove it.
Published May 18, 2010
EPA scientists say manmade carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are contributing to a warming of the global climate -- and as such represent a threat to human welfare. But a leading climatologist says his research indicates that CO2 poses no threat to human welfare at all, and he says the EPA should revisit its findings.
Published May 14, 2010
Scientists currently tag animals to study their behavior and protect the endangered, but some futurists wonder whether all humans should be tagged too.
Published April 28, 2010
A leading global warming skeptic recruited a group of concerned citizens to fact-check the sources referenced in the U.N.'s latest climate-change bible -- and gave the report an "F." Now she's planning the nail in the coffin: a comprehensive audit of the entire report.
Published April 27, 2010
A socially conservative media watchdog group says a wealth of pornographic apps are currently available for iPhone users.
Published April 19, 2010
A group of 40 auditors from across the globe have released a shocking report card that flunks the U.N.'s landmark climate-change research report.
Published April 09, 2010
When America's space shuttle program ends in September, the U.S. will be completely dependent on Russian rockets for transport into space. But what will happen to American astronauts if U.S.-Russian relations sour?
Published March 29, 2010
Environmentalists, unable to squeeze "cap and trade" rules through the U.S. Senate, have a new strategy for combating what they believe is man-made global warming: Lawsuits.
Published March 18, 2010
A little-known group called the InterAcademy Council has been made the voice of authority on the credibility of climate change, leaving critics scratching their heads -- and some key questions unanswered.