Eco-links (week of 11/13/2011)

by james on November 11, 2011

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Climate catastrophe postponed — Scientific case for man-made global warming fears is dead.


1000 skeptics – Over 1,000 dissenting scientists (myself included) from around the globe have now challenged man-made global warming claims made by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and former Vice President Al Gore. image


The UN IPCC in bed with environmentalists — Most people have never heard of the IPCC, but it performs one of the most important jobs in the world. It surveys the scientific literature, decides what it all means, and writes a report informally known as the “Climate Bible,” and its written by experts like teenagers and Greenpeace ‘legends’.


Keystone XL stonewalled — The Obama administration plans to announce on Thursday it will explore a new route for a Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline, delaying a final approval beyond the 2012 U.S. election, sources briefed on the matter said. The Canadians should sell their oil instead to the Chinese, who would be happy to oblige.


The end of global warming – Climate chance zealots insist that we’re still destroying the planet but now another scientist has warned the evidence just isn’t there.


Not so fast – The BEST study was hailed as the scientific study that ended the global warming debate once and for all – the research that, in the words of its director, ‘proved you should not be a skeptic, at least not any longer’.


Government Electric — A Massachusetts company that received a $43 million Energy Department loan guarantee last year filed for bankruptcy Sunday, a step certain to fuel criticism of federal green energy financing in the wake of the solar company Solyndra’s collapse.


“As I have said, over and over again, the fundamental point has always been this: Climate change is governed by hundreds of factors, or variables, and the very idea that we can manage climate change predictably by understanding and manipulating at the margins one politically-selected factor (CO2), is as misguided as it gets”

— Stott

Science ruined by progressivism – Anthony Sadar discusses how in his thirty years of work in the science arena, as a government scientist, an industry consultant, and an academician, he has witnessed an increasingly adverse influence of progressivism on the practice of science, especially in his specialty, environmental science.


The Evangelical-Environmental Alliance – Signs of the sputtering of the Evangelical Climate Initiative as Christians become aware of the pagan tendencies encouraged by the green movement; Resisting the Green Dragon is cited as influential.

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