Waxman, Cap and Trade: Bring It On
John Dingell is is out and Henry Waxman is in as chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Global warming alarmists across the country are salivating now that one of their own heads a key congressional committee, which will likely pass the Obama administration’s cap and trade legislation to the full house. Given the large Democratic majority in the house, Obama’s enthusiasm for the | Read More »
Weather Headline of the Year
Okay, this one has me stumped: The Lakes Are Angry Gaia Mad!!
Maybe we should pave the world to reduce global warming
According to a recent study at Cornell Cornell Chronicle “… soils are by far the world’s largest source of carbon dioxide, producing 10 times more carbon dioxide each year than all the carbon dioxide emissions from human activities combined” Hmm, I guess we could pave over more ground to reduce “global warming”. That should please the carborexics.
Stop the EPA’s Massive New Energy Tax
President-elect Barack Obama’s advisers have indicated that his administration will impose startling and unprecedented regulations on the economy. The Obama administration would act quickly to implement the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed controls on carbon dioxide, which amount to a massive new energy tax. Why do they want to move so quickly? They say their rules are in response to the dangers posed by global warming. | Read More »
The Bear Patrol Must Be Doing Its Job
“Looking at any graph of CO2 and temperature over time, we can see that there is undoubtedly a correlation between the two. As the former increases, so does the latter. This is undeniable proof that anthropogenic increases in carbon dioxide are leading to a dramatic and unprecedented increase in temperature . This temperature increase will lead to 20 foot rises in sea level due to | Read More »
Few challenges are more urgent than climate change?
President-elect Barack Obama released a video urging governors to address climate change. In it he says: “The science is beyond dispute and the facts are clear”.
I Blame “Global Warming” (The Ultimate RedHot)
Ojmjakon -51 °F / -46 °C 69% 31.03 in / 1051 hPa Smoke Calm 11:00 AM MAGT I blame “global warming”….
Yesterday the Sun Came Up or Did the Earth Complete a Rotation
For the sake of example let my past professional experience convey the current state we are allowing to exist. I sold a product that would naturally return polluted storm water to a pre-polluted state. The construction industry would rather build collection ponds or send the water down the way to who knows where. The production of the product I sold uses 50% recycled product in | Read More »
Obama wants to reshape the agriculture industry
Below, Moe writes on some shocking statements by Barack Obama about “bankrupting the coal industry” in order to address global warming. Obama has it in for another industry: agriculture. Check out these statements from an interview he gave with Time’s Joe Klein: As a consequence, our agriculture sector actually is contributing more greenhouse gases than our transportation sector. And in the mean time, it’s creating | Read More »
U. of OK Decertifies Teacher Over His Global Warming Skepticism?
A popular professor of environmental geology seems to be under attack by the University of Oklahoma because of his skepticism over global warming this month. In October Dr. David Deming, a teacher for the U of OK for over a decade, was informed that his “general education” certification was being revoked for his class. This will result in many students passing over his class when | Read More »
Hey Al, the Committee called.
Today is the 28th of October, 2008. I have 3 inches of snow on the ground and the roads where I live in north New Jersey, and I am scarely more than an hour west from NYC andless than 1000 ft above sea level. My inlaws live 20 minutes south of me. They had two inches of snow by time the heavy rain we were | Read More »
Some RECOMMENDED Diary items you may have missed (as they scrolled off list quickly)
(RS:Help 4.0) ….. lists links here-in last updated: August 2009…. The “I’ve been here, jump directly to updated (by Category) links Section” link Some Diary entries get lost in the shuffle, IMO. Some days the number of entries trickle and other days they FLOOD and good stuff gets pushed off the page, sometimes in less than 8-12 hours. I hope you’ll consider reviewing some of | Read More »
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“Gore Effect”: Al Freezes His Enviro-Nuts at Harvard Sustainability Celebration
H/T Drudge, who links to Czech physicist Luboš Motl’s blog. Dear Members of the Harvard Community, Although today’s weather will hardly remind us of the serious problem that is global warming, today’s event – the Harvard Sustainability Celebration, with a keynote address by former Vice President Al Gore – will go on, as scheduled, … Starting at 3 p.m., we will be serving hot cider | Read More »
Don’t Forget to Wear a Jacket
From http://www.wktv.com/news/local/32477839.html UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) – Student volunteers from colleges around New York State braved freezing cold temperatures on their bikes Wednesday to send a message to state and federal political candidates: pay attention to climate change. Heh.
A Simple Choice
McCain is going to freeze spending, keep taxes low, confront the threat of global warming, and make America energy independent. On the other hand, Obama plans to raise capital gains taxes. We are not likely to have much in capital gains because of the economic crisis caused by liberals Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, as well as Obama’s financial advisors and campaign contributors that ran | Read More »