Maryland Guv: ‘Climate change is not an ideological issue any more than gravity is’

“It is physics, pure and simple…” — from his State-of-the-state speech.

“Maryland might not be able to change what people in India or China do with respect to climate. We can, however, use the prospect of a carbon constrained world as the means to invent a more prosperous future, and to drive innovation, education, industry, jobs, and growth.”

Read more at the Washington Post.

4 Comments

  1. “The credit which the apparent conformity with recognized scientific standards can gain for seemingly simple but false theories may, as the present instance shows, have grave consequences.” F. A. Hayek

  2. “the prospect of a carbon constrained world as the means to invent a more prosperous future” = “Submit to your chains, peasants, it won’t be so bad once you learn your place..”

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