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Data Shows Transition to EV’s Will Have Minimal Impact

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Ridgewood NJ, that’s the ticket, if all Americans were compelled to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) according to the schedule outlined in Biden’s EPA mandates, instead of the Earth’s temperature reaching 60 degrees, the average temperature would be marginally lower, at approximately 59.99 degrees.

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Is Dr. Fauci Now Pushing, “Climate Lockdowns” ?

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Washington DC, if there were any uncertainties about the connection between climate lockdowns and the aftermath of COVID, Dr. Fauci made it clear in his recent statement at Georgetown University:

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Groundhog Day is Friday February 2, 2024

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Ridgewood NJ, You might be familiar with Groundhog Day from the 1993 film in which a TV weatherman experiences the same day repeatedly. In this iconic movie, Bill Murray’s character covers the annual celebration over and over, putting Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, on the map.

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Ignoring Ocean Noise , Politicians Blame “Climate Change” for the Death of Marine Mammals at the Jersey Shore

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Long Beach Island NJ, Christine Todd Whitman, who as head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under George W Bush at the time of the 9/11 attacks told the public the air around Ground Zero in New York was safe to breathe, has admitted for the first time she was wrong.

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Thousands of Dollars of Shrubbery Has Died on the Berm at Schedler Park in Ridgewood

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Ridgewood NJ, once Major League Baseball star Tug McGraw when he was asked whether he preferred grass or Astroturf replied : “I dunno. I never smoked any Astroturf.” While the Village debates the soundness of the idea of putting a turf field on Route 17 , thousands of dollars of shrubbery on the berm has died . Apparently neglect ,high winds, no water and poor air quality did them in.

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Debris Build Up in the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook May be Contributing to Flooding at Ridgewood High School

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood resident Boyd Loving caught some pics of blockage in Ho-Ho-Kus Brook near Spring Avenue that may be contributing to flooding at Ridgewood High School.  Before we blame every thing on “Climate Change”, in New Jersey, the responsibility of cleaning debris from clogged waterways can vary depending on the location and type of waterway. According to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, “the property owner of the land under the river or stream is responsible for debris removal after a storm event.

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Polar Bear Hysteria Back in the News

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Ridgewood NJ, the polar bear has long been the poster child of global warming crusaders.

Dr. Susan Crockford is a Canadian zoologist with more than 35 years of experience studying Arctic polar bears who was famously fired from the University of Victoria for telling the truth; polar bear populations are stable and even thriving.

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Inflation Reduction Act : Not Much For Saving The Planet

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Ridgewood NJ, an editorial in the WSJ on August 8th quantifies the sheer idiocy of this $380 billion subsidy for green energy. According to the analysis, even when adopting the United Nations’ own climate modeling:

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Turn off the Air Conditioning Democrat Climate Bill Kills Coal

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West Virginia , better stock some extra blankets this winter ,the West Virginia Coal Association has blasted the Inflation Resumption Act as a dagger in the heart of Manchin’s own home-state industry. The letter is signed by heads of coal industry groups in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Illinois. We count FIVE Democratic senators from these states all of whom favor this bill.

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Despite the Media Hype Most Americans say this winter hasn’t been worse than usual

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Ridgewood NJ, despite all the silly media hype most Americans say this winter hasn’t been worse than usual, but they believe climate change could cause severe snow storms.

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Bioscience Company Raises $15m to bring back Woolly Mammoth from Extinction

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Ridgewood NJ, Bioscience and genetics company Colossal recently raised $15 million to recreate the wooly mammoth. The project involves taking skin cells from Asian elephants and reprogramming them into more versatile stem cells that carry mammoth DNA, then carrying embryos to term in a surrogate mother or artificial womb. The researchers hope they have their first set of calves in six years. While reintroducing herds of elephant-mammoth hybrids to the Arctic tundra may help convert landscapes to grassland and keep the ground cool, some scientists argue that it is not the most effective way to restore the tundra.

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Will Electric Cars Save The Planet , Maybe Not ?

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Ridgewood NJ, Ross Clark, a columnist for Britain’s Daily Telegraph, has done some interesting math on whether battery cars save energy.

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Genetically Engineered ‘Supertrees’ Capture More Carbon

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Ridgewood NJ, Living Carbon is a San Francisco-based startup that is genetically engineering trees to capture and store more carbon. Its goal is to combat the effects of climate change without needing to take up land that could otherwise be used for agriculture. Fewer trees would need to be planted if they were able to absorb and retain more carbon.

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Nearly 2/3 of Voters Reject Biden’s Claim That Global Warming is America’s Greatest Threat

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Ridgewood NJ, Less than a third of voters agree with President Joe Biden’s recent claim that global warming is America’s “the greatest threat,” and few are willing to pay more taxes to fight such a threat.

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