Friday, February 22, 2013

Defying myths of global warning -
At this point, I have completely rejected the idea global warming or climate change poses extraordinary threats to our livelihood. I feel fairly strongly about this subject because both now and in the past our government has used climate change as an excuse to push its Keynesian ideologies and push us further into debt.

Unfortunately some sciences have become politically driven and scientists see falsifying evidence as inconvenient as opposed to valuable evidence. I do not claim to be an expert on the matter of climate change. I hope to merely present a perspective that gains very little attention due to its unpopularity.

Jake Park is a psychology sophomore
Lunch with the FT: Donald Trump -
[Trump] Windmills are going to be the death of Scotland and even England if they don’t do something about them. They are ruining the countryside.
Keystone XL decision will define Barack Obama's legacy on climate change | Environment |
It will be interesting to see who Obama believes, the real climate scientists or tar-sand executives.

After a year of incredible climate-related disasters in the US, including approximately $70bn (£46bn) from superstorm Sandy and another $35bn from the 2012 drought, it seems like an easy decision for the administration.
...For Republicans, being anti-science and anti-environment is a litmus test to viability. It is almost a badge of honoor among some conservatives to see who can out-dirty the other.  [John:  You're not doing a very good job of sounding apolitical.]
• John Abraham is associate professor in the school of engineering at the University of St Thomas in Minnesota

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