Friday, June 25, 2010

Popular NASA Astronaut Legends Skeptical of AGW
Four NASA Astronaut Legends; Buzz Aldrin (Gemini 12, Apollo 11), Harrison Schmitt (Apollo 17), Phil Chapman (Apollo 14) and Walter Cunningham (Apollo 7) are all skeptical of "man-made" global warming.
American Thinker: Democrat 'Suicide Bombers'
Here is where the Democrats' delusions come to full flower. After passing Cap-and-Trade and a VAT tax, and rubbing it in the faces of the electorate, daily, for two years, the Democrats assume that they will return to power in 2012, and Obama will be re-elected by overwhelming margins.
Cap and Trade Dying in the Senate; Utilities-Only Cap Possible | Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit
Given the dwindling amount of time left for the Senate to act, and the deep pessimism from all corners, my guess is that cap and trade’s fate will be sealed if and when that meeting with Obama does take place.
Oklahoma Senator On Global Warming: I've Been Vindicated
"We've won that battle," Inhofe told the gathering of about 50 people in Perry.

Senator Inhofe insists the 'consensus' on global warming is now unraveling, and says, after enduring years of name-calling and disparagement, the last laugh will be his.

"Everything you found out in Climategate on how they're cooking the science, I said on the Senate floor back then," Inhofe explained to the crowd. "Now I've been vindicated."
Mexico Sees 2009/10 Coffee Exports Falling - Food Industry News
The country, which produces mostly arabica coffee, was hit early in the season by a cold snap which led in part to a dip of about 4 percent in production to 4.4 million 60-kg bags, Trampe told Reuters in an telephone interview.
China to Issue Almost 1 Million Tons of Cotton Quotas - BusinessWeek
Planting delays due to cold weather in Xinjiang, China’s biggest producer, may slow the availability of the new crop, Dong said. Nationwide harvesting may be delayed until October, up to 20 days later than normal, Dong said.

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