Joe Flacco Calls A Cold Weather Super Bowl “Retarded”
We don’t know whether or not Joe Flacco and the Ravens will win Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday, but don’t expect him to be happy if he makes a repeat performance in the big game in 2014, which takes place in the cold swamps of Jersey.Regional EPA official probed for illegal emails in 'Windsorgate' scandal | WashingtonExaminer.com
James B. Martin, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 8 Administrator in Denver, used a private email account to conduct official business in possible violation of federal open government and record-keeping laws, The Washington Examiner has learned.Groundhogs and global warming - The Washington Post
By 2010, groundhogs in Maine were emerging about 17 days sooner than in 1998, according to marmot expert Kenneth Armitage, a professor emeritus of behavioral ecology at the University of Kansas.Congestion Charge exemption: End of the road for 'green' discount with hybrids and low emission cars to be charged | Mail Online
Soaring sales of Congestion Charge exempt eco-cars making air quality worseSecond-Term Climate Change - Rupert Darwall - National Review Online
Diesels emit 22 times more soot particles than petrol cars
Even if climate science is as robust as the president asserts, in the absence of a global agreement on carbon emissions, mandates and subsidies to produce renewable energy will have negligible impact on global temperatures and on the weather. A 1998 study on the effect of the Kyoto Protocol estimated that, if fully implemented, it would delay the rise in global temperatures by four to 14 years over the course of the current century and have a minimal effect on the rise of sea levels. However, the cost of the attempt would be at the expense of the competitiveness of American business and American taxpayers and consumers. Unlike Jimmy Carter, however, President Obama can afford such a crusade. He got reelected.