Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Why 'Chasing Ice' Is Better Than Al Gore - Forbes
We watch Balog and his assistants squint into gales and wrestle with cameras that the fierce weather has turned into frozen junk.
Activists Use Webcast to Try to Ignite Climate Change Passions - NYTimes.com
Hurricane Sandy also presented a challenge. “If we came on too strong, we could be seen as taking advantage of the tragedy,” [Al Gore's Mr Rigler] said.
California plunges ahead | The Orange County Register
lobal temperatures, which even alarmists concede wouldn't drop if the entire nation adopted cap-and-trade, can be expected to rise and fall as always. And businesses can be expected to react as they always have to adverse economics and exorbitant taxes.

Those businesses "are making investment decisions on whether to stay in the state, and they're looking out 10 years and saying, 'Are you kidding me?'" said Catherine Reheis-Boyd, president of the Western States Petroleum Association.

But they aren't kidding. This is as serious as religion to the warming evangelists.
This cute baby rhino welcomes climate change | Grist
If you ask him, it’s too cold by half. Global warming might keep him from having go around wrapped in a blanket. (Baby rhinos do not understand the difference between weather and climate.)

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