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Two years ago, the media had a prolonged belly laugh at a group that predicted the end of the world. Now media outlets from The New York Times to The New Republic to The Economist are wrestling with the question of why their own ideology’s doomsday predictions are not coming to pass.What a Climate Action Plan Could Mean for America | Frances Beinecke's Blog | Switchboard, from NRDC
“If scientific models can’t project the last 15 years, what does that mean for their projections of the next 100?,” the New Republic asks. It means that the world isn’t going to end.
Even as Obama exploits Global Warming to launch a War on Affordable Energy, the doomsday environmentalists look as foolish as any other group that set a date for the end of the world, only for the world to stubbornly go on existing.
The single most important thing we can do, as a nation, is to reduce the dangerous carbon pollution coming from our largest source, our power plants...this plan could actually save consumers up to $700 a year on their electric bills‘Carbon Pollution’ Jargon is Sick and Twisted | NoFrakkingConsensus
If carbon dioxide is pollution, every human being is a perpetual pollution factory. Every toddler in their sandbox generates CO2 every minute of every day.Flooding in Alberta Has Never Happened Before! (Ooops … Maybe Not) | sunshine hours
Some AGW cult members have blamed flooding in Calgary on “Climate Change”.
Calgary Herald (via Small Dead Animals) points out that flooding has happened before in Alberta...