Sunday, February 17, 2013

The Consensus That Doesn't Matter
Given that the U.S. Government Accounting Office estimates the cost of Global Warming Initiatives to Americans from 2003 - 2010 to be $122.8 billion and -- it bears repeating -- that Global Average Temperature has not shown a statistically significant increase for the last 16 years. It is appropriate to wonder exactly how much more money must be spent before the Left finally saves the planet to their satisfaction. And, what the cost to society of all this green will be.
Roger Pielke Jr.'s Blog: Faith Based Science Policy
Cox is certainly not alone in making a faith-based appeal for for science funding. Of course the great irony here is that scientists who appeal to the importance of evidence in the making of policy tend to forget that good advice when it comes to the public support of their work.
- Bishop Hill blog - Closing the curtain
David Rose called to say that some of the people involved in the Bloomberg meeting that I posted about the other day were unhappy with it being publicised. David has asked that I take it down again and on due reflection I have decided to accede to his request.
350 Pacific: We are not drowning. We are fighting. |
These photos are just in from the 350 Fiji team - a powerful demonstration of warrior energy. They're putting that fierce and powerful energy in behind everyone showing up in Washington, DC this weekend for the Forward on Climate rally, and in the push for President Obama to deny the Keystone XL pipeline.

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