Friday, August 27, 2010

Extreme Nonsense « NoFrakkingConsensus
Maclean’s, Canada’s weekly news magazine, currently has a cover story that is causing climate skeptics to roll our eyes. “Hottest Summer on Record. Extreme Weather Warning” it proclaims. The subtitle reads: “Fires, floods, droughts, and freak storms. Why it’s only going to get worse.”

Yadda, yadda...
There’s a good reason why “people don’t wake up until things are flying apart.” That’s because the professional doomsayers are nearly always dead frakking wrong.
We have been conned « JoNova
When John McLean writes about the lack of transparency in the ICSU or the IPCC, and the overlapping names and aims, I see the dark shadow of monopoly science smothering the competition.
Heather Taylor-Miesle: Why didn't anyone tell me that Sen. Murkowski was a climate champion?
To say this primary suggests that climate change is a political non-starter in Alaska shows a selective memory. Just two short years ago, Alaska elected a real climate champ, Mark Begich, to the Senate. Climate change was a top issue during Begich's campaign, when he called for an 80% reduction in carbon pollution by 2050 and adaption strategies to help Alaska deal with the effect of climate change.

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