Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Another Dissident In Germany Speaks Up In An Open Letter – Even Warmist Science Shows There’s Been No Warming
Dissent is growing and skepticism is taking root in Germany, as one prominent figure after another begin to speak out. This all goes back to Prof. Fred Singer’s visit to Germany 2010, which produced an uproar, especially among the Greens and Socialists.
Hottest Months In The US | Real Science
One of the big lies of 2012 is that March and July were the hottest ever in the US. According to GHCN HCN daily temperatures, those records were actually set more than 100 years ago, in 1910 and 1901.

The decade with the most record monthly maximum temperatures, was the 1930s. Ten months set their all time record below 350 ppm CO2.
Sunday Times: ‘Cooling World’ Is Hot Potato For UN | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
HE world’s climate has cooled during 2011 and 2012, temperature data from Britain’s Met Office reveals — just before this year’s talks on cutting global greenhouse gas emissions. The figures show that, although global temperatures are still well above the long-term average, they have fallen significantly (sic) since the record seen in 2010.
CBO Finds Electric Cars Not Smart, Toyota Pulls the Plug on the IQ
It takes three BTUs of energy to produce the equivalent of one BTU of electrical energy in a battery. So the equivalent miles per gallon on the Volt when operated as a battery-powered car is only about 30 mpg. The same when it runs as a gasoline-powered car. A good compact car of that passenger size, would get 40 mpg. Thus, if a Volt is used in Hawaii, where oil is used to produce electricity, this would cause an increase in oil consumption and a corresponding increase in oil imports.

With present technology, electric cars are a disaster and costing billions in wasted tax dollars. Only a fool and someone trying to impress the foolish would buy one of these cars. If you truly want to help society, buy a conventional high mpg car and take the money you saved by not buying an electric car and invest in an engineering education for some deserving young person.

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