Wednesday, September 18, 2013


Republicans Voice Climate-Change Doubts in Advance of EPA Regs -
McCarthy and Moniz confronted the attacks head-on, reminding lawmakers that the science of climate change is clearly established, that their agencies have legal authority to tackle it, and that climate change is also wreaking havoc on the U.S. economy.
..."Changes in the rate of increase are expected," [Moniz] said. "This pattern of effects was predicted decades ago."
...A group of protesters from Greenpeace seemed to concur. Sitting quietly in the audience, the group, dressed discreetly in suits and ties, donned tinfoil tri-corner hats whenever a Republican questioned or denied the science of climate change.
No, Sir David Attenborough, the end of the world is not nigh - Telegraph
Britain has plenty of rain. Our agricultural land could actually become more productive as a result of climate change – conditions are expected to deteriorate almost everywhere else.
Moniz Testimony-20130918.pdf
if we don’t start reducing emissions now, there is a very high likelihood that our children and grandchildren will face major climate disruptions.
Opening Statement of Regina McCarthy - HHRG-113-IF03-Wstate-McCarthyG-20130918.pdf
If our changing climate goes unchecked, it will have devastating impacts on the United States and the planet.
The Reference Frame: Hansen: Europe standing tall against rogue state of Canada
It seems that no other climate skeptic is paying any attention to James Hansen and his home page anymore. The guy has retired and he's irrelevant, the underlying assumption probably says.

Well, I sometimes follow the page because in some sense, I still consider him the most important single person of the climate alarmist movement.

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