Climate-Change Exaggeration: Then and Now — MasterResource
Thank you Dr. James Hansen, for outing some climate exaggeration of the past. But pardon us for not seeing what you seem to only see–a compelling, growing case for climate alarm and policy activism.Twitter / RogerPielkeJr: It would be unfair to parody ...
Empiricists can beg to differ.
It would be unfair to parody this: Munich Re sees climate change signal in recent lightning damage http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/vorab/billionenschaeden-durch-klimawandel-a-861146.html …Government Love for Failing A123 Systems Was Unconditional | National Legal and Policy Center
As stimulus-funded ($249 million-plus) A123 Systems sees its stock price drop back near its all-time low and waits for a Chinese rescue, two Republican senators want answers about whether taxpayer dollars are again funding jobs and technology that will be transferred overseas.German Die Zeit Calls 2°C Limit “The Great Self-Deception…Climate Policy An illusion” – Says 4°C Rise Is Unavoidable
Die Zeit’s report, authored by Frank Drieschner, starts by claiming that even if the entire world changed light bulbs, drove electric cars, and insulated their homes, i.e. followed Germany’s example in greening up, the planet would still heat up by 4°C by the year 2100. To believe anything else is “self-deception,” he writes.