Category Archives: Methane Hydrates

Paul Driessen on methane

An excuse for expanding government.

Paul Driessen speaks to the issue.

You may recall that last week JS put up a post from American Thinker by Fred Singer pointing out the methane fear nonsense.

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Here come the nannies. Got an obsession about meat.

What these clowns don’t know is that vitamins and iron and minerals are more available from meat. Vegatables are not so nutritious as meat–that’s just plain true. All this fresh fruits and veggies is just food fetish cultism. Balanced diet, proper calories, no cults, please.

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Fred Singer discusses the latest nonsense–methane phobia

Methane is a trace gas, produced by industrial and natural process, and capable of absorbing infrared radiation, but not in a way that will causing warming since it’s absorption band overlaps that of water vapor–just ask Fred.

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Intestinal bleeding transfusion strategies parallel Battlefield Protocols

This paper is going to be the discussion item for this month at our journal club.

Lay people can and should understand why medical research sometimes provides guidance that is counter intuitive, at least on the surface.

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Gulf absorbs Methane from Spill–What a Surprise

Study shows methane not a significant problem in the Gulf.

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Methane Menace

More discussion on the Methane Leaks/fossil fuel issues.

Feint (say squirrel) to confuse or distract.

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Flatulence debunked as major cause of global warming

Curbing methane emissions from farting animals may now be ranked lower as an environmental issue at the UN, but the livestock industry remains a focus. It recently appointed Mitloehner as chairman of its new Food and Agriculture Organization to measure the environmental impacts of the livestock industry. Continue reading