Articles: Global Warming Responsible for Epidemic of Rail Disasters?
[satire] As shown in the graph below, in a comparison of atmospheric carbon dioxide to rail accidents, it becomes obvious based on the graph's title that the steady increase of manmade CO2 emissions is somehow related to the exponential increase in rail accidents. [By the way, maybe CO2 also caused the hockey stick in Texas oil production since 2002?]Christie Todd Whitman urges GOP to embrace warmism: Check out her climate expertise | JunkScience.com
 After being nominated [to be EPA administrator], [Christie Todd] Whitman was asked: “Global warming, what is your thought on what the state of science is and what can be done to address it?” She responded: “Still somewhat uncertain. Clearly there’s a hole in the ozone, that has been identified. But I saw a study the other day that showed that it was closing. It’s not as clear, the cause and effect, as we would like it to be.”Arctic Fails To Lose A Texas Size Chunk Of Ice | Real Science
Normally from July 24 – July 31 Arctic sea ice loses an area the size of Texas. Latest figures show that this year there no loss of sea ice area during that period.Rush, Blumenauer, Markey climate change task force co-chairs - Lexology
Representatives Bobby Rush (D-IL) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) were named House co-chairs of the Bipartisan Task Force on Climate Change on July 25, and Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) was made a Senate co-chair. Current chairmen of the task force, which formed in January, include Senators Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Representative Henry Waxman (D-CA).Marin residents to risk arrest at Chevron refinery protest - Marin Independent Journal
"I'm willing to put my body where my belief is," said Binzen, 64. "Time is running out much more quickly than even the worst-case scenarios predicted just a few years ago. I am the mother of a 24-year-old daughter. I cross the line for her."
Angelo Douvos, 79, a retired San Rafael High School history teacher, said, "I'll be carrying a banner.
"Global warming is absolutely catastrophic; what it is going to do to the world is almost unimaginable," Douvos said. "A lot of people are very apathetic, and that is just wrong. We have to do everything we can to try to lessen the impact."