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A bombshell new peer-reviewed study has provided conclusive scientific evidence proving that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in Earth’s atmosphere cannot cause “global warming.”

Dr. Jan Kubicki led a group of world-renowned Polish scientists to study the impact of increases in CO2 emissions on the Earth’s global temperatures.

However, not only did they find that higher levels of CO2 made no difference, but they also proved that it simply isn’t possible for increases in carbon dioxide to cause temperatures to rise.

Kubicki and his team recently published three papers which all conclude that Earth’s atmosphere is already “saturated” with carbon dioxide.

This saturation means that, even at greatly increased levels of CO2, the “greenhouse gas” will not cause temperatures to rise.

Kubicki et al. summarize their evidence by noting that as a result of saturation, “emitted CO2 does not directly cause an increase in global temperature.”

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During a Fox News interview on Monday, Chris Kise was asked by host Jesse Watters what he thought was happening with the criminal cases. In response, he said, “Well, I think, you know, the Democrats claim that Trump is a threat to democracy. The real threat to democracy is the willingness to abuse the power of your office to influence what should otherwise be a free and fair election.”

“And that’s exactly what’s going on downtown in the courtroom. I mean, look at just this week. You’ve got a hearing in a civil case about essentially nothing. You’ve got a criminal trial starting. And later this week, there’ll be a Supreme Court argument. All in cases that were made up specifically for the purpose of influencing the outcome of an election,” he added.

Kise went on to point out how the trials Trump faced all had a “similar pattern.” According to him, Democrats might not even care about winning them, as he says their focus is on taking his focus from his campaign and draining his resources.

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All the frenzied shrieking about pro-Palestine protests at universities these last few days makes it clear that our civilization is so twisted and insane that it sees protesting a genocide as far worse than committing one. Which is about as backwards as any society could possibly be.

Seriously, try to imagine a crazier, more upside-down civilization than one which gets more angry at people protesting genocidal atrocities than it does at people committing them. A civilization where people wear their pants on their head and walk backwards all day? That would be less crazy. A civilization where the dogs own the people and the children go to work while the parents go to school? That would be less crazy.

It’s as wrong as you can possibly get anything in this world. It’s actually hard to imagine how anyone could get anything more wrong. If you’ve accepted daily massacres of innocent civilians as the baseline normal and appropriate thing, and regard any opposition to this as a freakish and evil abomination, then you’re as screwed up and confused about reality as any other stark raving lunatic in town. Maybe worse.

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Amidst bustling restaurants and bullish equity futures, a deeper scrutiny reveals a market propped up by buybacks and misplaced optimism. JPMorgan’s conservative year-end target for the S&P 500 hints at underlying unease, suggesting a potential downturn ahead. With Goldman Sachs highlighting tightening financial conditions, the facade of market stability may be giving way to underlying pressures, raising questions about the sustainability of current market exuberance.

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  • Apple’s smartphone shipments in China dropped 19% in Q1, worst since 2020.
  • Huawei’s new product launches impacted Apple’s market share, with Huawei’s sales soaring 70%.
  • Apple slipped to third place in China’s smartphone market, losing ground to Vivo and Huawei.
  • Counterpoint analyst notes Huawei’s comeback and subdued replacement demand for Apple.
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