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Eco-links (week of 2/19/2012)

by james on February 18, 2012

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China says (again): go jump – If we are going down (by suicide) please join us. Uh, no, say the Chinese. China just barred its airlines (they’re communist; they can do that) from joining an EU scheme that could charge for carbon emissions from flights in and out of Europe, escalating a global trade row […]

Eco-links (week of 1/22/2012)

by james on January 21, 2012

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Don’t want it?- Suicide is, for philosophically consistent greens, an acceptable option. Now that China is likely to become a major customer of Canadian energy (the US being too lily-white, or as it is, lily-green, to take Canadian oil), it is no surprise that the apparently suicidal US is losing out also on the massive […]

Eco-links (week of 1/1/2012)

by james on December 29, 2011

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Panda beauty – The woman of the year is a Panda. Think for a moment of the mindset that does this, and it might not be such a compliment. Next year a bacterium? The Great Green Fleet -One might assume, or at least hope, that the fallout over the $535 million Solyndra loan scandal would […]

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. The UN IPCC in […]

Snow hits NY before day of the dead — New York has today been hit by snowfall before the day of the dead,  aka Hallowed E’en, for only the fourth time since the 1860. Free Nobel Peace Prizes should be handed out to anyone who can predict correctly how long it will be before some […]

230,000 new employees – Looking for a job? Look no further. The Environmental Protection Agency is hiring.  The EPA wrote the following in  a recent court brief, “Hiring the 230,000 full-time employees necessary to produce the 1.4 billion work hours required to address the actual increase in permitting functions would result in an increase in […]

Eco-links (week of 9/11/2011)

by james on September 15, 2011

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Consensus of nothing – When people say that 98% of scientists agree that we need to save the planet from global warming, or something like that, as Jon Huntsman did during the recent Repulican Presidential debate, one needs to ask precisely whether that is a correct characterization. It is not. It appears the number is […]

Eco-links (week of 9/4/2011)

by james on September 6, 2011

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Global warming’s heavy cost – According to the hysterical Methodist alarmist, Bill McKibben, hurricane Irene is a result of global warming. One does not have to be creative to search for articles like this since we know that any weather is now blamed on…you get it. On a positive note, it is interesting to see […]

Eco-links (week of 8/7/2011)

by james on August 9, 2011

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ICE cools the Chicago Climate Exchange –  In a blow to wannabe carbon billionaires, Intercontinental Exchange Inc. will close its U.S. emissions derivatives platform, the Chicago Climate Futures Exchange, after the first quarter. ICE boils Al Gore’s blood – Mr. Gore’s Generation Investment Management, known as Blood and Gore because co-run with David Blood, doesn’t […]

Climate Thugs – From the Chronicle of Higher Education, an insight into the rough tactics of environmentalism’s most excitable followers. But resistance is not futile! UK faces green agenda backlash as energy prices rise – The British government faces a public backlash against its green energy agenda as consumers are unwilling to spend more on […]