Publisher’s note: Don’t forget that the UN Climate Chief admitted that the goal of  the Climate Change movement is not to save the environment, but TO KILL CAPITALISM!  Lest we forget.  -dh

WATCH: The ‘Greta’ of Climate Realism

We met this amazing young lady in Madrid at COP25 last week. Just 19 years old, Naomi Seibt is drawing comparisons to Greta Thunberg. But other than their shared youth, there is really no comparison.

Instead of being used by the adults around her to promote climate alarmism, Naomi is using her platform as a popular YouTuber in her native Germany to tell the world how her generation has been mislead about supposed impending climate catastrophe due to human activity.

Naomi’s speaking style, unlike Greta’s, is calm, quiet, and powerful. Watch her speak for five minutes about her journey to climate realism to close Heartland’s “Climate Reality Forum” in Madrid.

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Real Climate Science

November 23, 2019

One Family’s Solution to Climate Change

We all have children – this is how you help them address their “Carbon Footprint.”

After our fifteen year old daughter was moved to tears by the speech of Greta Thunberg at the UN the other day, she became angry with our generation “who had been doing nothing for thirty years.”

So, we decided to help her prevent what the girl on TV announced of “massive eradication and the disappearance of entire ecosystems.”

We are now committed to give our daughter a future again, by doing our part to help cool the planet four degrees.

From now on she will go to school on a bicycle, because driving her by car costs fuel, and fuel puts emissions into the atmosphere. Of course it will be winter soon and then she will want to go by bus, but only as long as it is a diesel bus.

Somehow, that does not seem to be conducive to “helping the Climate.”

Of course, she is now asking for an electric bicycle, but we have shown her the devastation caused to the areas of the planet as a result of mining for the extraction of Lithium and other minerals used to make batteries for electric bicycles, so she will be pedaling, or walking. Which will not harm her, or the planet. We used to cycle and walk to school too.

Since the girl on TV demanded “we need to get rid of our dependency on fossil fuels” and our daughter agreed with her, we have disconnected the heat vent in her room.  The temperature is now dropping to twelve degrees in the evening, and will drop below zero in the winter.  We have promised to buy her an extra sweater, hat, tights, gloves and a blanket.  (Read full story here.)

See this (Rejected) written filing by BP and Hilcorp, asking the RCA to approve Hilcorp’s purchase of BP’s TAPS interest without holding a public hearing.


(We do not have the internal knowledge to criticize the RCA’s decision to reject the BP-Hilcorp filing and schedule a hearing.  However, we do suggest the hearing is unnecessary and serves only to provide another forum to critics of the deal who have had ample opportunity to be heard.  We are especially concerned that the question of DR&R responsibility should be approved without controversy unless the Commission believes it justified to reevaluate DR&R responsibilities of all TAPS owners.  -dh)

Alaska Public Media.  The Regulatory Commission of Alaska, which is overseeing Hilcorp’s purchase of BP’s stake in the trans-Alaska pipeline, plans to hold a six-hour public hearing on the deal next month, denying a request by the companies to approve the transaction without one.

The commission announced the hearing Friday, saying it had received public comments both supporting the deal, and registering concerns.

RelatedAlaska utility regulators ask Hilcorp, BP for more details on $5.6B deal

The hearing, scheduled for 3 p.m. Feb. 4 in downtown Anchorage, will “allow additional comment on the applications,” the RCA said in a one-page notice, signed by Chairman Robert Pickett.