Daily Archives: April 30, 2012


Via Teresamerica from Stephen Smuts I’m wondering how long this graphic will survive over at Photobucket. I long ago locked down my folders there because too many got upset by things like the above Then there’s this one, which I posted at some point previously

Oops: Wind Farms May Have A Warming Affect

A wind “power” doubleshot today.On the bright side, there aren’t that many wind farms (Reuters) Large wind farms might have a warming effect on the local climate, research in the United States showed on Sunday, casting a shadow over the long-term sustainability of wind power. Researchers at the State University of New York at Albany […]

If All You See…

…is milk that comes from cows that are bad for the climate, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is This ain’t Hell, but you can see it from here.

UK Telegraph: Wind Power Doesn’t Work

It should be noted, this is the view of the paper, not simply one pundits point of view, and the UK Telegraph, while employing a few Climate Realists, such as James Delingpole, and a willingness to provide alternate views, isn’t exactly right wing (UK Telegraph) Wind generation accounts for a tiny proportion of our electricity […]

Fearmongering Today: If Court Strikes Down Mandate, States Might Have To Pass Their Own

It’s time for another breathless look in the crystal ball to find out “OMG, if the mandate is struck down, Bad Things might possibly happen!!!!!!!” Remember when the news used to be about things that have happened, rather than seeing reporters do their best Madame Zelda impression? (Politico) If the Supreme Court strikes down the […]

Poor Indian Women Undergo Forced Sterilization To Combat Climate Change (Hoax)

It’s long been a dirty secret among the Warmist crowd that there needs to be serious population reduction among mankind. Like with every other Warmist “solution” to anthropogenic global warming, they want Someone Else to bear the burden for Warmist notions, which is how we hear about the “pressing need” for “family planning” programs in […]

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