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A leading meteorologist is warning that the anti-carbon agenda of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” policies will destroy the Earth’s current climate in just a few years time.

A bombshell new study has shown that globalist efforts to reduce carbon dioxide are about to trigger a breakdown in the atmosphere, causing the planet to plunge into a cold period.

The warning was issued by Professor David Dilley, a former meteorologist for the NOAA National Weather Service.

Heavy snow falling on parts of the Prairies may approach a long-standing record for the latest hefty snow this late in the year

Ahh, late May on the Prairies. Flowers are blooming, mosquitoes are buzzing, and there’s a snowfall warning for communities that endured severe thunderstorms just a few days ago.

 Critics are up in arms after billionaire Mark Zuckerberg allegedly purchased a $300 million superyacht. One of the world's richest men and founder of Meta, Zuckerberg has reportedly spent millions on the superyacht he christened Launchpad. 

Interest and concern continues to grow about the numerous retrospective adjustments that the U.K. Met Office has made to its global HadCRUT temperature database. Often the adjustments cool earlier periods going back to the 1930s and add warming in more recent times. The adjustments are of course most convenient in promoting the global warming narrative surrounding Net Zero fantasies. There is particular interest in the 0.15°C cooling inserted in the 1940s and the greater warming added in more recent decades.


Wind speeds fell dramatically in 2023, slowing turbines and decreasing renewable energy production across the United States even as billions of dollars were invested in building new wind power plants.

Wind energy proponents say breezes have increased in 2024, but critics warn the 2023 dip demonstrates the risks to the stability of the energy grid when it is even partially reliant on renewable sources tied to the weather.

(SQAUK)—In a dramatic turn of geological events, Mount Spurr, the towering volcano looming over Anchorage, Alaska, is showing signs of life as scientists detect significant magma movement beneath its surface. The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) has reported increased seismic activity and a noticeable uplift in the region, indicating that the giant may soon awaken from its slumber.

(SQAUK) – During a recent game, fans of the Rocket City Trash Pandas, a Los Angeles Angels Double-A affiliate, demonstrated culinary bravery by turning a cicada infestation into a gastronomic event. Spectators indulged in the winged insects, which have emerged in droves this season, chowing down on cicadas between pitches.

The push to add solar energy is gaining traction across the U.S., and it’s coming with sticker shock on just how much solar companies are willing to pay farmers to lease their ground. A survey of farmers shows the majority of farmers are being offered more than $1,000 per acre by companies for solar leasing, and that could also drive up the price of cash rental rates.