Thursday, October 25, 2012

[It's a conspiraceeeeee!] The inconvenient truth: Why no one’s talking about global warming | Fresh Energy
Here’s a stronger indictment: a cottage industry of well-funded climate denial advocacy groups has been highly successful in intimidating politicians. On October 23, a PBS Frontline special called Climate of Doubt documented how a shadowy blend of nonprofit and political groups have deliberately created a political atmosphere where the most popular position on global warming is avoiding it altogether.
Texas sparks international row with election observers - The Hill's Global Affairs
Texas authorities have threatened to arrest international election observers, prompting a furious response from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) also weighed in, tweeting “No UN monitors/inspectors will be part of any TX election process; I commend @Txsecofstate for swift action to clarify issue.”
Flashback: Durban Climate Conference
Typically UN climate summits are annual cliffhangers – with negotiators huddled in hallways and making last minute deals behind closed doors, and this year’s meeting in Durban was no exception
Twitter / jpodhoretz: Apparently Mann hit himself ...
Apparently Mann hit himself on the head so often with that hockey stick he bruised his brain.
Petermann Glacier | ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers |
[Warmist Bryan Walsh on his excellent fossil-fuel-guzzling adventures] I’ve been fortunate enough to travel around the world as TIME’s environment correspondent: to rainforests, Himalayan mountains, coral reefs.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Re, "Texas authorities have threatened to arrest international election observers"

GOOD FOR TEXAS!!!, If I saw those bastards in my polling station, I'd harass them and get in their way so it would be hard for them to see.