The inevitable Al Gore + Global Warming Conference = SNOW! post.
Byron York wants to know what Republican legislators are doing in Copenhagen. Getting snowed in, apparently. As if on cue with former Vice President Al Gore’s arrival in Copenhagen, the site of the United Nation’s climate summit is expected to receive heavy snowfall and bitter cold temperatures. With a bit of amusement some have pointed to the arrival of the cold weather as an example | Read More »
Copenhagen Disaster Porn lacks only the Wilhelm Scream*.
(H/T: Hot Air) Feast your eyes on what the Copenhagen folks decided to start their conference with: …Whoops! Sorry, wrong video. Obviously, I meant this one: [pause] Yeah, I know: they would have been better off with the first one. If for no other reason that they could have gotten their putative message in at half the time. Moe Lane PS: Never go back for | Read More »
Phrase of the day: ‘Climategate Denier.’
As per Simon Scowl of Deceiver.com, who uses it with malice aforethought against Cubslayer Gore. The context: Gore claimed that the Climategate emails were ten years old, and the CNN guy called him on it right away, and Gore… said nothing further about it. Simon Scowl: His financial and psychological investment in this crap is way too deep for him to acknowledge such, ahem, inconvenient | Read More »
UK Met office pushes reset button on CRU data.
It’s going to take a while for them to cycle through the process, though. As in, more than a week. A lot more than a week. The Met Office plans to re-examine 160 years of temperature data after admitting that public confidence in the science on man-made global warming has been shattered by leaked e-mails. The new analysis of the data will take three years, | Read More »
Today is the 66th anniversary of the rescue of the Danish Jews.
If you don’t know the story, let me sum it up for you: at the end of August, 1943 the country of Denmark was finally fully taken over by Nazi Germany. This meant, among other things, that the Jewish population of Denmark (roughly 8,000) was now in deadly danger: the Danish government had been, up to that point, politely, respectfully, and absolutely inflexibly refusing to | Read More »