Sent to me from a vacationer at the Mount Rushmore caves, saw this sign in the bathroom. No commentary needed.
Archive | June, 2011
“So there is climate change, but the reality is the science of it indicates that most of it, if not all of it, is caused by natural causes,” Pawlenty told FOX News. “And as to the potential human contribution to that, there’s a great scientific dispute about that very issue.”
She received applause and cheers when she restated her opposition to the idea that human activity causes climate change and touted her concealed-carry gun permit.
An Irish scientist at NUI Galway originally initiated the research into how air pollution has a hidden beneficial side. It shows the haze that forms due to pollution, the tiny particles discharged by motor transport, and smoke from burning help to reflect back some of the solar radiation that is warming our climate.
The one thing I can do is offer an ordinary citizen’s informed view of what the barrier is preventing skeptics’ viewpoints from being heard, and how that barrier can turn from the paper-thin success story it is into a cancer that has the potential to wipe out the entire ideology of AGW.
An official IPCC report bigging up renewable energy as the power source of the future turns out to have been lead-authored by an activist from Greenpeace and based not on solid science but a wish-fulfilment fantasy scenario devised by, you guessed it, Greenpeace.
The melting record snow from the Rockies is causing all kinds of havoc with flooding. Al Gore is trying to blame it on Global Warming but I say you can blame it on a record cold and long winter.
In the case of incandescent light bulbs, they didn’t put grotesque images on the packaging they just made them outright illegal. Soon people will be selling incandescent light bulbs from the back of pickup truck. The stupid thing is, the light bulbs they’re forcing us to buy are worse for us and the environment than […]
A storm that has prompted a tornado watch across Nebraska and Kansas today also left 2 to 4 inches of snow in the Rocky Mountains, said Joe Ramey, a weather service meteorologist in Grand Junction, Colorado.
TI seeks to learn whether NASA approved Hansen’s outside employment, which public financial disclosures and other documents reveal to have brought him at least $1.2 million in the past four years. This money comes in addition to – and, more troubling from an ethics and legal perspective, is all related to – his taxpayer-funded employment. […]
According to the high court, only the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to mandate a reduction in emissions. In December, the EPA said it will issue new regulations next year on power plants and carbon dioxide.
In Mark Dayton’s Inaugural Speech he mentions “Working Together” 13 times. He even said that if the legislature can put a balanced budget on his desk without raising taxes he would sign it. And that is just what the Legislature did, and they even increased spending by 5%, but Mark Dayton didn’t sign it like […]
The administration also emphasizes that the courts will ultimately determine which services are “critical.” But the shutdown recommendations offer a telling glimpse of this administration’s priorities and motives.
Is Governor Dayton a Man of His Word?
Mitt’s childlike belief in Global Warming has made him a favorite with the liberal media however. CNN likes him so much that they said he won the debate even though their own online poll had Ron Paul winning it. And they avoided embarrassing Mitt with silly questions about his believes in Global Warming, so they […]
In 2011, your federal government will spend $10.6 million a day on climate change. Annual expenditures will be about $4 billion on global warming research–now called climate change-despite the fact that there has been no global warming since 1998, says the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF), a British educational think tank.
Willard “Mitt” Romney wants the political/media establishment to understand that he isn’t some wild-eyed conservative but a member of the power structure who won’t rock the boat, much less allow any deviations in its course toward totalitarian oligarchical collectivism. He’s gone so far as to set his recent avowal of faith in the global warming […]
Mr Oates, whose review will be published later this year, told a newspaper the syllabus should be stripped back to focus on core areas of scientific knowledge such as gravity and oxidation.