Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Robert Zubrin on Why We Need More Carbon - By Greg Pollowitz
Here’s a good interview of NRO correspondent Robert Zubrin by Ezra Levant of Canada’s Sun News on the Left’s deindustrialization movement, which promises to save the planet, even if it winds up killing millions of the poor
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Was scheduled to speak to PSU ...
Was scheduled to speak to PSU math dept on AGW.Was in roundabout way, disinvited since topic does not need high powered math. Shocking, eh?
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Fact: in the agw fight, academics ...
Fact: in the agw fight, academics that rely on this for increased funding are scared to death of the simple,logical answer. Need it complex
China's Coal Usage is Blowing the Kyoto Protocol to Shreds - The Daily Beast
Remember the Kyoto protocol? That treaty to restrain greenhouse gas emissions, negotiated back in the 1990s, exempted China and India on the grounds that they were developing countries.

Boy, does that idea look obsolete.
Navy to scrap $277 million ship to avoid scraping reef  | Washington Free Beacon
A United States minesweeper ship that crashed into a coral reef due to inaccurate Navy maps will have to be cut into small pieces and removed in order to prevent harming the ocean’s ecosystem, according to the Navy and other reports.

The $277 million USS Guardian, a Naval warship that clears waterways of mines, crashed into a coral reef near the Philippines earlier this month.

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