Sunday, February 10, 2013

Hydrogen Hype: Another Government Flop in The Making
Forget Mystic Meg. How’s this for a forecast from no less than three government departments? A report last week, prepared by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Department for Transport and the Department for Energy and Climate Change, together with industry, ambitiously concluded that at least 1.5m of us will be driving vehicles powered by hydrogen precisely 17 years from now. Or, to be more precise, we “could” be. Just as Greenland’s glaciers “could” melt and leave you up to your chin in thawed water. And Beyoncé could buy me a pint on Valentine’s Day before we go back to hers for a nightcap.
National Farmers Union On Lord Stern in Davos | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Lord Stern, Gordon Brown’s climate alarmist of choice whose 2006 report now seems to be taken seriously only by the kind of warmistas who have long since ceased thinking about what they are saying, has made an appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The National Farmer’s Union website has noticed even if no one else has.
Twitter / ForecastFacts: 4 of Boston's 10 biggest ...
4 of Boston's 10 biggest snowstorms have come in last 16 yrs. Heavier storms are one effect of #climate change. (via @EricHolthaus)
Twitter / billmaher: Extra new rule: any dumbass ...
Extra new rule: any dumbass on the east coast who says "where's ur global warming now?" U can hit with a snow shovel
World's Largest Crocodile In Captivity Dies In Philippines (PHOTOS)
Experts estimate that the crocodile was more than 50 years old, according to Elorde.

Veterinarian Alex Collantes said he and park personnel tried to revive the crocodile by immersing it in lukewarm water amid the unusually cold weather this month that may have affected the reptile's condition.

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