Saturday, November 17, 2012

Coldest winter in 100 years on way | UK News
James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: “We are looking at some of the coldest and snowiest conditions in at least 100 years. This is most likely to occur in the December to January period with the potential for widespread major snowfall across the country.
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At least 85% of [Al Gore's] total views were bots cycling every 10 seconds.
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@aDissentient @Roddy_Campbell Silly alarmism by a rich white man [Jeremy Grantham]? @NatureMagazine loves that sort of stuff.
Renewable Power Mandate Is Punishing Missouri Economy, Study Finds | Heartlander Magazine
Renewable power mandates in Missouri are likely to cost state residents nearly $6 billion between now and the year 2021, economists at the Beacon Hill Institute at Suffolk University report. Electricity costs by 2021 will be 15 percent higher than would be the case without the mandates, the Beacon Hill study finds.

“The mandate encourages inefficient energy,” said Paul Bachman, director of research for the Beacon Hill Institute and a co‐author of the report.

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