In 2006, the Conservative party in the UK unveiled its new logo - a scribbled sketch of a healthy-looking oak tree. The image was intended in part to communicate the party's renewed dedication to environmental causes. A new study by French psychologist Nicolas Guéguen suggests that if the Conservatives want to help change people's attitudes towards the environment, they should consider adapting their logo to one of a dying tree. Why? Guéguen has shown that the presence of dead plants strengthens people's beliefs in global warming.
“The EU ETS is the only commodity market in the world where demand varies in real time but supply is fixed for years in advance,” said Lewis.
Global weirding began during the 18th century, and was a direct result of evil Americans refusing to pay excessive taxes to the British. Our top scientist (Dr. Hansen) tells us now that the only way to stop global weirding is for Americans to submit to oppressive taxes and give up their freedom and independence as a country.
“would not have survived peer review in any publication I would be willing to publish in” ”we are not allowed to do this in science” “that is not acceptable”