Thursday, June 20, 2013


Carbon Tax: Vote and Eviscerate (depoliticize, not repoliticize, energy) — MasterResource
“The American people and the 133 cosponsors of this concurrent resolution understand that a carbon tax is not about protecting the environment, but rather it is a cynical attempt to raise revenue for Washington’s insatiable appetite for more and more spending.”
Articles: Critical Thinking about Climate Change
...The danger in this poster-checking exercise, from a "progressive" educator's point-of-view, is that students who critically evaluate eco-activist pulp may end up not buying what the environmentalists are selling. And that kind of thinking truly is critical.
Twitter / Chris_C_Horner: O goes to Brandenburg Gate ...
O goes to Brandenburg Gate to promote renewables agenda Germany's running away from. Reaganesque. If Reagan had warned against reunification
Warmist: A deluge of prenatal advice offers unexpected insights into climate denial | Ensia
The more people ply me with high-pitched alarms about the dire consequences of my actual or potential actions, the less inclined I am to listen to them. The more something strikes me, for whatever reason, as fearmongering, the less likely I am to pay it any mind...But therein lies the problem when it comes to climate change: Often risks don’t resonate personally and we’re being asked to make dramatic lifestyle changes. On top of that, it’s easy to feel that the effect of any action we do take will be pretty much zilch. I can reduce my carbon emissions; but unless everyone else in the U.S. and China does too, there’s little point.
The New Nostradamus of the North: "The Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative" - another fake environmentalist project
An organization calling itself the International Tourism Partnership (ITP), working together with the World Travel & Tourism Council and 23 hospitality companies, has introduced the latest humbug in the hotel business, "The Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative". The director of ITP claims that corporate customers are "increasingly hungry for this information"
Australian Warming Overestimated By A Third | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
A new study by Stockwell and Stewart, “Biases in the Australian high quality temperature network” has found that warming in Australia over the last century could have been overestimated by 31%.

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