Friday, November 20, 2015
Thursday, November 19, 2015
What climate treaty?
Answering his question, “Will the climate change conference in Paris be useful?”, Rogers writes:
“This short paper in Science is not adequate to explain and explore the very large changes that have been made to the NOAA data set.”
“The Paris climate talks hope to set out how we can reduce the amount of carbon we’re pumping into the atmosphere. But emissions cuts alone may not be enough.”
“The American people deserve answers from the fossil fuel corporations about their actions to massively deceive the public in regards to climate science.”
The federal government is wrecking our culture and economy via rent seeking.
She has no experience in energy or the environment. She was a talk show host.
Good. The rest of us call it economic development, which is the lifeblood of wealthy and healthy societies.
Who wouldn’t want to have their economy centrally planned by these people?
First in the world.
Naomi Klein and Jason Box write in the New Yorker:
The food nannies say eating sugar-sweetened foods is — get this — “destructive behavior.”
The enviros had hoped for a turnout of 200,000.
The Senate must assert that any new deal is non-binding.
Two green charities, among many, purposely set out to harm other Australians.
He wants you to eat less meat.
“If the U.S. reduced emissions 80 percent by 2050, it will only stall 0.11 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100.”
“Proposed solutions to global warming are virtually identical to those of another climate problem — the ice age predicted in the 1970s.”
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Go Lamar Smith, go!
My latest on Breitbart.
“A textbook case of the “let’s scare people to death” playbook.”
“Abrupt warming” of 4-5C not unprecedented and happened way before the advent of coal fired power plants and SUVs.
Even more settled science.
Germany will be selling to the UK Russian gas it doesn’t want.
A taste of where NY AG Schneiderman is going with his Exxon climate persecution.
This is the second study I’ve seen of this up-and-coming genre.
More junk epidemiology (apologies for redundancy).
Guilt by deisgn.
“Up to now, rich nations have been sitting around plucking numbers out of thin air to pretend to deal with the climate crisis.”
Yeah… not like this.
The only issue is whether poor countries are dumb enough to give rich countries a political victory (i.e., a treaty) without being paid for it.
“It can be hard for climate change to stay on the agenda amid the country’s fractious politics.”
Probability abuse courtesy of models that have never been validated.
And the Chinese should finance it.
Human’s rights protection not so important.
As Britain commits to shutting its 12 coal plants, Turkey is building 80 new ones.
Congressman Raul Grijalva offers a bogus analysis in the NYTimes.
The documents might be used against them.
“I think it’s a valid position for agencies and entities that are solely looking at environmental issues.”