The sea-level-rise scam…
The EPA has been pushing the identical sea level scam for 30 years.
There has been no change in the rate of sea level rise as CO2 has risen. Sea level in Maryland was rising at exactly the same rate when CO2 was 300 PPM as it is at 400 PPM. The EPA claim is completely false.
The prediction that the beach in Ocean City Maryland would be wiped out by the year 2000 doesn’t seem to have happened.
This is what the Ocean City beach looked like in 1956
This is what the Ocean City beach looked like in 1928
his is what North Beach, MD looked like in 1933
Scientists have known for at least 75 years that observed sea level rise in Maryland is due to land sinking.
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“I always thought that there would be consequences for lying during Congressional testimony. I guess not. Mann got caught out in several blatant lies during the Hearing.”
Nuff said. Other than well done JC for your bravery in the face of smear and slander by peers when your only crime was sticking up for and valuing the “scientific method”. Which simply involves questioning and challenging the preferred wisdom of the day (i.e. “Manufactured consensus”) via data and observation.
But sadly, within the established field of climate ‘science’, questioning the preferred wisdom is taboo and heresy.
This is politics, not science.
Geoengineering Claim: Cancelling All Anthropogenic Warming Will Only “cost about $1 billion to $10 billion per year”Posted: April 2, 2017
“Blocking out the sun to fight global warming: Bob McDonald”
It was only back in the 1970’s, during the global cooling “Ice-Age” scare/crisis that UN (expert consensus) scientists wanted to melt the Arctic by spreading black soot it!
Sadly, we are still living in the age of collective scientific madness. Literally.
Guest essay by Eric Worrall
With the prospect of trillions of dollars of climate cash well and truly fading, researchers seem to be bidding down the price tag for saving the planet.
Blocking out the sun to fight global warming: Bob McDonald
Solar geoengineering is controversial but proponents say we have no choice
By Bob McDonald, CBC News Posted: Mar 31, 2017 5:55 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 31, 2017 5:55 PM ET
In light of the new U.S. administration’s decision to cut back on environmental protection and cultivate the coal industry, carbon emissions are unlikely to go down over the next four years.
So scientists are considering a scheme to shade the atmosphere from the sun and cool the Earth to compensate for global warming. It’s a risky plan.
The concept is called Solar Geoengineering. One of the ways it could work, scientists say, is by injecting tiny particles…
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SA’s Self-Inflicted Power Debacle: Instead of $550m on Diesel Generators & Batteries, $25m Could Have Saved Baseload Plant & the StatePosted: April 2, 2017
The title says it all.
Disgraceful abuse of hard-working taxpayers money.
And yet another great example of how “green centralised planning” has catastrophically failed, just like “economic centralised planning” has failed communist/socialist states gone by.
How much more of *other people’s money* will it take for the eco-loons to realise that their climate-obsessed ideology and subsequent energy solutions are defunct?
Good governance requires more than just a little common sense. The antithesis of good governance is arrogance, hubris and ideology.
In Australia’s so-called ‘wind power capital’, South Australia, it’s hapless Labor government could never be accused of letting common sense get in the way of its efforts to destroy any remaining economic advantage that the beleaguered and mendicant state might still possess.
SA’s vapid Premier, Jay Weatherill, in a last-ditch attempt to keep the lights on, determined a few weeks back to throw $550 million of taxpayers’ money at a 100MW battery that would power South Australia for all of four minutes and 200-250MW of diesel generation capacity which would cost over $400 per MWh to run, compared with the $40 per MWh that power from the now-defunct Port Augusta power plant once cost to produce.
After trying to convince the media and his long-suffering constituents that there was no…
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