Wednesday, July 24, 2013


Syngenta Profit Declines on Cold Weather, Late Crop Planting - Businessweek
Syngenta AG (SYNN), the world’s largest maker of crop chemicals, reported a decline in first-half profit after cold weather and late Northern hemisphere crop planting weighed on demand for fungicides.
John Kay - A real energy revolution needs us to look beyond sound bites
no one wants a power station, especially a nuclear one, near them. In fact most people do not want any power stations at all. They do, however, want to use refrigerators, computers, televisions and washing machines. Explaining this inconsistency requires political courage.
...the debate is dominated by gestures, at once feeble and costly, towards environmentalism. Perhaps the British should adopt a simpler, more self-sufficient way of life, but they have not done so and are not going to anytime soon. Until then, their demands for power can only be met by gas-fired and nuclear generation.
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Heh Bloomberg, close to 50% ...
Heh Bloomberg, close to 50% of US in top 10% of cool this morning.Wheres the reporting on this matter, energy prices
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Hey Bloomberg:N of 80n (arctic) ...
Hey Bloomberg:N of 80n (arctic) coldest summer on record.US almost perfect energy, growing summer (1 7 day w heat wave,1 east)
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: 10 years from, will be back ...
10 years from, will be back to cool change we saw mid 60s into early 90s. threats diminished. Until then..its a meteo minefield
Twitter / etzpcm: MP Tredinnick: "Who do you ...
MP Tredinnick: "Who do you trust on climate?" Montford: "Nobody really. You have to verify everything". #wouldvemadeagoodscientist

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