If All You See…

…is seaweed washing up on the beach from carbon pollution bad weather, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is 90Ninety Miles From Tyranny, with a post on government which mandated vaccines now upset with doctors for not telling patients the risks.

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13 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Fake news. Mx Teach one again avoids direct responsibility for his anti-trump-vaccine stance by linking to pure winger BS.

    No, bodies are not piling up from Covid vaccine adverse effects. No, reports of side effects are not being suppressed.

    Mx Teach’s link states that Austrian doctors are fined $1400 FOR REPORTING adverse effects following the shot!


    According to the Austrian Medicines Act, the penalty for failing to report side effects of vaccinations is 7,500 Euros ($7632) and, if repeated, can reach 14,000 Euros ($14,246).

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  3. Hairy says:

    Teach I can’t believe that no one else cLls bs on your post about the environmental consequences of solar panels.
    Ir there are 25? Panels on a roof and thst they last 25 years that is the equivalent of throwing away one panel once each year? How could this possibly bee a significant increase in the total yearly landfill household amount of trash?
    Right now there is so little solar panel refuse that it is apparently not enough to either Reuse or recycle

    • Dana says:

      Huh? Dude, when the panels fail due to their service life wearing out, they fail in bunches, not one a year over 25 years.

      Of course, the average homeowner is not going to know which panel has failed, but simply start to notice a loss of efficiency in the whole system. Eventually, he’ll have to call a pro, and that, too, will cost him money.

      • Professor hale says:

        Plus, California being california, the landfills willl charge a substantial premium for dumping there.

  4. Jl says:

    You forgot to mention they only work about half the time…

  5. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    States need to follow Texas’ lead and run their own unregulated grid (ERCOT), although the increasingly weird weather there is causing some serious issues. The fall and spring windows for maintenance and upgrading of power plants have become shorter with global warming. In addition, demand has increased during summers AND winters.

    But Texas, just like normal America, is unprepared for the warming climate. Most of our older homes are very poorly insulated, built at a time when energy was cheap.

    • Jl says:

      Funny-Texas isn’t prepared for a warming climate because they went big on wind and solar

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Propagandists of all stripes often rely on “all-or-nothing” arguments. Global warming remediation is a enlightening example. We need to TRANSITION from fossil fuels to non-CO2 emitting modes. So yes, solar panels on houses and buildings to offset grid-supplied electricity would be valuable. Upgrades in insulation will help.

    No energy source is perfect.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      “Propagandists of all stripes often rely on “all-or-nothing” arguments.”

      We noticed when you demanded all kinds of one size fits all crap during the Covid scamdemic. With you guys it was either everybody HAD to do it or nobody was ALLOWED to. Never considered that people are different.


    • Dana says:

      The distinguished Mr Dowd wrote:

      Global warming remediation is a enlightening example. We need to TRANSITION from fossil fuels to non-CO2 emitting modes.

      The obvious question being: in “transitioning” to non-CO2 emitting power generation sources, are the efforts of the warmunists to force transition faster than the technology or economy allow sensible?

      I’ve said it before: humans are the most adaptable species on earth, and whatever comes, we will be able to adapt to it as it comes. I would guess that our technology and engineering will advance apace, and we’ll build what needs to be built as it needs to be built, but trying to force immature technologies to fit a political timeline is stupid.

    • Jl says:

      Great job-now only if you could offer evidence that we “need” to transition from fossil fuels. It’s that sorta important scientific step that’s missing…

    • david7134 says:

      We do not need to transition from fossil fuels, we have plenty. Then you make statements that we should not preach all or nothing. Yet since you have been here all you do is go on about carbon credits and other methods that would destroy our country and economy. You carbon god does not exist. There is zero reason to avoid fossil fuels. The government needs to leave us alone.

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