Scientists have now finished going through the entire set of data. Continue reading
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Sally Jewel is another goofy enviro. Continue reading
Echoes Thomas Jefferson’s sentiments. Continue reading
“[T]o me, being a debt denier is the same thing as being a climate change denier.” Continue reading
To survive professionally, scientists feel the need to publish as many papers as possible, and to get them into high-profile journals. And sometimes they cut corners or even commit misconduct to get there. Continue reading
Allegations by integrity officer who lost his job are a setback for plan to quash political inference in science. Continue reading
Honest experts: say a look back shows their past 20 years of [early] forecasts had no predictive value.
If widely acclaimed experts cannot skillfully predict extreme weather likelihood 6-12 months in advance what does that tell you about the hysterical claims of the modeling fraternity about periods 50-100 years hence? Continue reading
The man has a point, oil sands operations are actually the largest, most expensive environmental cleanup in the history of the planet Continue reading
From Andrew Bolt
Jin Liqun, the supervising chairman of China’s $400 billion sovereign wealth fund, thinks the problem with Europe is that it’s ruined by socialism: Continue reading
From Pakistan’s Daily Times comes this report of a seminar held to mark the ‘International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict’ Continue reading
I’m not sure how planet earth managed to request legal counsel but it must have done since Polly Higgins is described as “The lawyer for Planet Earth”. Anyway, equal rights for earth would extend to trees, grass, fish, animals, bugs, dirt, rocks and the air. In other words everything that makes up this world we live on would be legally on par with humans. Art Horn explains: Continue reading
Not wanting to be outdone by James Hansen in this week’s climate lunacy contest and apparently envious of Martin Luther King’s new monument on the Washington DC mall, Al Gore likened the battle against climate skeptics to the civil rights struggle against racism: Continue reading
Sydney Morning Herald columnist Richard Glover suggested in his most recent column that “Surely it’s time for climate-change deniers to have their opinions forcibly tattooed on their bodies.“
If you need more evidence that President Obama isn’t making a good faith effort at getting our economy going again, just consider John Bryson, Obama’s nominee to be Secretary of Commerce. —>
At first, we were mere “skeptics.” Then we became “flat-Earthers.” “Denier”, with its Holocaust-denial implications soon followed. But none of these perjoratives worked for the climate alarmists.
Now the alarmists have re-christened skeptics as “birther-equivalents.”
Well they can call us whatever names they like, but to paraphrase Galileo:
Etiam CO2 facticius non tepidus exitialis
(Still manmade CO2 doesn’t cause catastrophic warming).
Hurray, Chris Christie pulled New Jersey out of the Northeast’s cap-and-trade program… but BOOOOOOOOO!!!!!, he’s a believer in consensus science and, apparently, catastrophic manmade global warming.
While announcing that New Jersey was quitting the Regional GreenHouse Gas Initiative, Christie said,
I’m certainly not a scientist, which is the first problem. So I can’t claim to fully understand all of this, certainly not after just a few months of study. But when you have over 90 percent of the world’s scientists who have studied this stating that climate change is occurring and that humans play a contributing role, it’s time to defer to the experts.
Yes, what logic… brilliant….I don’t know anything… so rather than keeping my big fat mouth shut until I learn something, I’ll side with the likes of Al Gore, Osama bin Laden, Charles Manson, the Discovery Channel gunman, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Henry Waxman, Bobby Rush and every other whacked out, intellectually and morally bankrupt believer in global warming.
Chris Christie for President? No thanks. I’ll write in Kris Kringle first.
Clinton administration energy chief and former UN ambassador Bill Richardson hopes the killing of Osama bin Laden improves the prospects for climate legislation. According to Politico, Richardson said:
My hope is that from this success in the foreign policy arena two days ago, that he will be emboldened to take once again to the Congress legislation — not just to increase a renewable energy standard — but climate change legislation that this country and the world need… We can sit back and say, well we’ll wait until the next election, wait until the political climate is better. You know if we do that, we’re doomed — if we don’t take action right away.
Environment and Energy News reports that Prince Charles will lobby Congress next week on climate. Continue reading