Thursday, October 17, 2013


Arctic Researchers Race to Uncover Effects of Global Warming on Songbirds | Audubon Magazine
"Imagine you go to lunch at noon every day at your cafeteria at work, and then all of a sudden that cafeteria stops serving lunch at noon and opens at 11, but you don't know and you keep showing up at noon," says Boelman. "You're going to miss lunch or just get the tail end of it, the scraps."
The Wannabe Oppressed | National Review Online
What do America’s college students want? They want to be oppressed. More precisely, a surprising number of students at America’s finest colleges and universities wish to appear as victims — to themselves, as well as to others — without the discomfort of actually experiencing victimization. Here is where global warming comes in. The secret appeal of campus climate activism lies in its ability to turn otherwise happy, healthy, and prosperous young people into an oppressed class, at least in their own imaginings. Climate activists say to the world, “I’ll save you.” Yet deep down they’re thinking, “Oppress me.
Forget Kyoto: Japan Fires Up Coal And Gas | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Japan plans to start up 14 new gas and coal-fired power plants by the end of 2014, allowing a switch away from pricey oil, as Tokyo struggles with a shutdown of nuclear reactors and energy imports drive a record trade deficit.
Climate Alarmists Scramble To Find Shelter From Public Storm -
climate alarmists are scrambling to find new shelter from the stress coming from a public that increasingly realizes their doom-and-gloom predictions of climate catastrophe are based on shoddy data, faulty computer models and perhaps outright deception.

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