Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Five Hot Spots in Congress's Upcoming Climate Change Debate - US News and World Report
2. What would be done with all the money the government would make?
Hillary Clinton continues to actively promote the greatest scientific fraud of all time
WASHINGTON, DC, April 6, 2009 (ENS) - "Global warming has already had enormous effects on our planet, and we have no time to lose in tackling this crisis," U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told the first-ever joint session of the Arctic Council and the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which opened its two-week conference today.
Alarmist story: Climate change in Lake Superior ice
What started as a high school science fair project is the latest piece of evidence that global warming is affecting Lake Superior.
However, this winter has been colder than usual, Trinko-Russell said. The ferries stopped running Jan. 1, a week or two earlier than usual, and resumed last weekend.

Howk acknowledges that one reason for the shorter ice season might be that diesel ferries with steel hulls can plow through thin ice more easily than the wooden hulled fishing vessels of a century ago.

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