Friday, September 06, 2013


Arctic Ice Almost As Extensive As It Was 42 Years Ago | Real Science
Alarmists want you to believe that there used to be a lot more ice, but they are lying.
U.S., China strike new climate agreement at G-20 summit
Durwood Zaelke, president of the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, a Washington-based nonprofit, called HFCs “the biggest climate prize available to the world in the next few years.”

In an e-mail, Zaelke estimated that the accord could cut the equivalent of 100 billion tons of carbon dioxide by 2050 and would avoid up to nearly 1 degree Fahrenheit in global warming.
Don’t Let the Left Define “Environment” | Somewhat Reasonable
The average river in America in 10,000 BC had fewer industrial pollutants in it than the average river in America today. The same can be said about most air and soil. Yet my environment is cleaner and healthier than those of cavemen. I use soap, ventilation, filtration systems, germ theory, and all of the facets of modern life to clean my environment for personal use.

On the other hand, cavemen used to light fires in their caves whenever they were cold and breathe in smoke for hours on end. They urinated and defecated in the same water sources they bathed in and drank from. They ate animals filled with dangerous bacteria and parasites. Who had the cleaner environment?

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