Paul Krugman Packs A Lot Of Moonbattery Into One ‘Climate Change’ Screed

Paul Krugman should stick with writing about…..well, I’m not sure, because he seems to be wrong on most things. Maybe a blog on cute animals?

From the link

True, there are issues of intermittency remaining — the wind doesn’t always blow, the sun doesn’t always shine — although batteries and other energy storage technologies are also making rapid progress.

Yes, so much that we’re all freaking out about our smartphones not lasting as long less than a year after purchasing it.

The fossil fuel sector may represent a technological dead end, but it still has a lot of money and power. Lately it has been putting almost all of that money and power behind Republicans. For example, in the 2016 election cycle the coal mining industry gave 97 percent (!) of its contributions to G.O.P. candidates.

Well, yeah. We donate to people who say they’re going to destroy your industry? What does the media give to Democrats? 90%? How about teacher’s unions? Planned Parenthood? The latter two have to be 100% Dem. Anyhow, here’s the ultimate howler

Unfortunately, this really is a case of “in the long run we are all dead.” Every year that we delay the clean-energy transition will sicken or kill thousands while increasing the risk of climate catastrophe.

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One Response to “Paul Krugman Packs A Lot Of Moonbattery Into One ‘Climate Change’ Screed”

  1. Hoss says:

    Is that former Enron adviser Paul Krugman.

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