“The average shrub height in 1860 is only an estimate, which is a limitation of the study.” Not science. An unverifiable hypothesis.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
It ought to serve as a lesson for everyone else targeted by take-no-prisoners progressives.
Al Gore had a revelation: Energy taxes would be a loser for Obama.
Peabody energy files for bankruptcy. Obama makes good on his 2008 pledge.
From the WaPo: Click for the BMJ study.
Blaming skeptics failed so accused sexual harasser Pachauri has changed targets.
We are lost.
What’s the point? Republicans are way to timid/polite to hold an effective hearing.
He’s not the first. Joe Stalin was.
Odd how subsidies aren’t discussed.
Exposure is not toxicity.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Modeling. Not reality.
“The benefits of choosing polyunsaturated fat over saturated fat seem a little less certain than we thought.”
Says research based on a self-selected population.
“The main route of ZIKV transmission is assumed to be through bites of the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, though only 38% of the patients with confirmed disease specifically remembered mosquito bites.”
” Those who intentionally misled the public about climate change should be held accountable” — sounds bad… for warmists.
“Enthusiasts for the technology point out that small reactors are not new, with hundreds in operation across the world as power plants for submarines and icebreakers.”
“You heard it here first. I think we will have [it] in effect by 2018.”
Green adults masquerading as children.
False. Since air quality is not associated with childhood asthma in the first place.
Based on my interview with one of the GOP congressional candidates for Wyoming’s only House seat.
Funny how no one accuses Bernie of wanting to be a dictator.
Snow pack peaked last week at 87% of the long-term average.
“The climate change agenda is frozen.”
Or is it about the money? — “When the president asked for $1.9 billion, we needed $1.9 billion.”
Can we spray now?
This is possibly the dumbest climate article ever — no surprise coming from the combination of Chris Mooney and Juliet Eilperin.
Monday, April 11, 2016
“The purpose of this subpoena is, it seems quite clear, to punish CEI by making people less willing to donate.”
“In a survey of 500 leading asset owners last year, 85% did little or nothing to address climate risk. Only 7% had the ability to size up their carbon footprints.”
“Any new buyer will be facing the climate movement’s resistance. Whether it’s Vattenfall or EPH, we won’t rest until the last mine is closed.”
The EU, which is unlikely to corral its 28 members to get their Parliaments to authorise the deal before 2017, may be stuck outside the talks.
“Any nation wanting to withdraw will first have to wait four years – the length of a U.S. presidential term.”
“We’re actually not going to be able to save everything.”
“The American shale revolution has advanced three causes dear to most liberals’ hearts.”
From the Washington Times:
Saturday, April 9, 2016
What Paris ‘deal’?
Why aren’t we spraying?
Friday, April 8, 2016
“The campaign to attach legal consequences to supposed “climate denial” has now crossed a fateful line.”
Our gangster government at work.
Cold is associated with higher death rates even in warm places like Southern California.
I fixed this headline for the NYTimes.