Made-up statistics that only trial lawyers could love.
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Here’s the unredacted subpoena.
Public health “experts” established a goal without knowing the extent of the problem.
Of course, it takes a lot of energy (& money) to capture, process and ultimately (merely) recycle CO2.
Living in a swamp postured as ‘struggling with climate change.’
India will never get ahead wasting brainpower on this nonsense.
Monday, May 2, 2016
This essay is much ado about nothing. If you know of evidence that anyone has ever been lead-poisoned from drinking water, please comment. I don’t believe this has ever actually happened, especially recently.
What ‘mass extinction’?
We saw this in the 1980s, after the 1970s energy efficiency hysteria. Even EPA’s own HQ had “sick building syndrome.” Progressives never learn.
“When an area has no human population, there is a risk that the fires increase and are able to spread.”
“The study shows an important interaction between natural climate variability and one of the most conspicuous aspects of human-induced climate change — the loss of Arctic sea ice.”
Not much. But this is distraction. The key issue is subsidence.
This could be the of EU carbon trading.
“Contestants lost hundreds of pounds during Season 8, but gained them back. A study of their struggles helps explain why so many people fail to keep off the weight they lose.”
My money is on the bee-keeping practices vs. the pesticides.
All because Fukushima engineers didn’t set their back-up generators high enough.
Hard to believe one needs an economist for this.
“Peabody Energy brought contrarians Spencer, Happer, and Lindzen to testify on their behalf, but the judge wasn’t convinced by their case.”
If ground-level ozone is a significant greenhouse gas, where was all the warming in the US during 1940-1975 when smog was at its peak>? From the NYTimes:
Actually People vs. Butterflies. Seems like there should be a way to make both happy.
“Mr. Murray is also the architect of the most serious challenge to the Obama administration’s environmental goals, particularly its policy on climate change.”
Who is really doing anything to change the weather?
“The two sides are also at odds over US demands that would require the EU to break promises it has made on environmental protection.”
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Not a surprise. Mosquitos don’t need warm condition to thrive. Why aren’t we spraying?
Friday, April 29, 2016
Scientific data should not be suppressed.
The latest excuse of settled science.
The FDA sentences young boys to an earlier, more painful death rather than try an experimental drug.
“Circumstances surrounding the recent nomination request and correspondence between EPA and the Senate EPW Committee raise new concerns the agency is not committed to a transparent or meaningful public input process for selecting CASAC and SAB members.”
Looks like flowers will survive global warming.
From the great Ed Calabrese.
Ridiculous. Here’s a one big reason.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Breaking the law is a way of life for the rogue EPA.
Warmists predict: “Around 2% of daylight hours are predicted to be shaved off the working day in west Africa, south Asia, and 10 regions in Asia, Africa and Latin America by 2030, potentially creating an epidemic of heat-related injuries.”
I’m not worried. You?
Of course, Exxon was downgraded because of the oil glut, not because of climate.
40 percent of the population is still without electricity.
“We’ve never seen anything like this scale of bleaching before.” Well, it is the strongest El Nino on record.
Socialism and “renewable energy” both fail in Venezuela.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
If Bob McDonnell is guilty of corruption, then so is Hillary Clinton.
One more example of what an analyst calls ‘sophisticated state failure.’