John D. Sutter writes at CNN:
Saturday, November 28, 2015
They’re all crazy. Top to bottom.
The next two weeks of the Paris climate conference are going to be fun.
French police arrest activists for flouting ban on organising protests during climate talks next week.
COP-21 was perhaps to be the the culmination of his radical ‘sustainability’ agenda.
Marxism is not called “ecological citizenship.”
“It was an anomaly. It was absolutely crazy warm.”
Should they clean their weapons for them instead?
Would love to audit that program.
“We have a system of global governance that has been reduced to a sham.”
Most since 1994.
Why tackle an actual crisis?
At the Paris conference, expect an agreement that is sufficiently vague and noncommittal for all countries to claim victory.
This is intended to avoid a run-in with the U.S. Constitution and Republican-controlled Senate.
Confined for the duration.
Politicians wants a deal so bad, they’ll abandon the key precept of warmism to get one.
Friday, November 27, 2015
… actress Emma Thomopson is said to add “weight” to it.
Silliness. How many billions have already been wasted?
Then why is everyone wasting their time (and our money)?
For engaging with sceptics, and discussing uncertainties in projections frankly, this Georgia professor is branded a heretic. David Rose reports at The Spectator:
More settled science.
Of course, there will be billions NOT marching.
Canadian taxpayers to fund more third world corruption.
But he does place himself in perspective.
Thank you, Björk. No explanation needed.
Of course, the Marshall Plan was designed to fight communism, not enable it.
Despite being smeared and vilified, skeptics are winning.
And comparatively nothing for skeptics.
“A strategy to waste time.”
Check out these 1920 vs. 2008 photos of the Grinnell Glacier at Glacier National Park.
“The issue of climate change is the result of historical emissions by developed countries, and the responsibilities and obligations of developed and developing countries should be differentiated.”
Look at the chart. Remember that China’s coal production isn’t imagined to peak until at least 2030.
“Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendrick’s rush to advance renewable energy sources instead of retaining coal power prompted a rebuff late Thursday from Hannelore Kraft, the premier of Germany’s traditional coal state North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).”
Thursday, November 26, 2015
“So why does NOAA leave out satellite data when it releases climate projections?”
Just shut up and mine.
From about 500 million to 2 billion tons per year.
Of course, they’re not really “fossil fuels” — they’re decayed plant matter or solar energy stored by Nature.
No wonder Elizabeth hangs on to the throne.
Emissions numbers and climate policies are not adding up.
So each e-mail is worth about 100 breaths.
Gee… wonder what side NASA will come down on?