Category Archives: Climategate 1.0

Tim Ball speaks to the junk academics/researchers/modelers

He has a good take off point–Jon Gruber. This essay is outstanding.

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UN, Lima, Climate negotiators–another Joe the Plumber moment

Couldn’t develop a good socialist redistribution of wealth plan to stop evil carbon producing activity? Can’t avoid the Joe the Plumber question? Wanna steal from Peter to pay Paul and get permission? Hey–no problem, socialists and bureaucrats like to go to meetings.

Next stop, Gay Paree.

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Ag agent in Minnesota tells a lie, big surprise

They just can’t help themselves. So the ag extension agent says farmers should use cover crops since Minnesota is getting heavier rains because of warming.

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4012 and 1422, fine and dandy, but what congress can do is demand good science and kill the conflicts

Congress has oversight authority–but refuses to use it.  Passage of 4012 and 1422 are emblematic of their frustration with government agency junky science and policy making high handedness , but they have the authority to kick agency butt–they are just too weak and poorly prepared.

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Seldon Graham reveiws the national energy policy problems of ethanol

In addition, of course, to his engineer’s review of basic thermodynamics of burning fuels from various sources.

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Joanna Nova provides insightful comments on the situation

What a nice, brief and insightful discussion of Carbon Dioxide levels and the Earth’s ecology.

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Pretty strong talk abut warming.

Imagine, John Coleman has an opinion and his opinion supports our position.