Saturday, March 28, 2015

On the Concept of Trying to Reduce a Complex and Nonlinear System (i.e., the Atmosphere) Into a Computer Model in Which Only a Couple of Variables Are Seen as Pertinent

It's an absurdity and a primary reason why people such as Judith Curry (climatology professor at Georgia Tech), David Evans (former climate modeler for the Australian government and an electrical engineer), William Happer (physics professor at Princeton), and even James Lovelock (one of the biggest global warming alarmists ever) have decided to take yet another look at this thing (global warming).......That, and the fact that the models were way, WAY, off.

On the Fact that the U.S. Has Reduced its CO2 Emissions by About 400,000,000 Tons Without a National Policy Aimed at Doing so and at Faster Rate than a Lot of Countries that Do Have Such a Policy

The fact here is that the U.S. has been decarbonizing for well over 100 years now (from wood to coal to oil to natural gas to nuclear, with some hydro thrown in for good measure) and we really don't need a bunch of government bureaucrats to tell us that this as a good thing (not from an emissions standpoint but from an efficiency one). I mean, how insulting is that?

David Brinkley on the Irresponsibility of the Media

"When there's no news, we give it to you with the same emphasis as if there were."......Boy, do I ever miss that guy.

On the Dangers of Climate Change

"We simply cannot afford to ignoring it. We cannot risk inaction. These scientists who say that we are merely entering a period of climate instability are acting irresponsibly. The indicators that our climate can soon change for the worse are too strong to be reasonably ignored." 1978, Lowell Ponte, "The Cooling"

Friday, March 27, 2015

On the Fact that More than 3,700 Strikes Took Place in America in 1943

Yeah, that didn't exactly go over too well with the soldiers, sailors, and airmen who were getting their heads blown off in North Africa and the South Pacific. Not even a little.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

THIS Is Sustainability?

According to energy expert, Robert Bryce, in order for wind energy just to keep up with the increased demand for energy worldwide, we (as in the world) would have to cover 93,000 square miles (roughly the size of the state of Minnesota) with 400 foot-high wind turbines EVERY YEAR. That is madness, folks, MADNESS, and isn't it about time that our politicians a) wised up (as in, educated themselves) and b) told the truth to the American citizens?

On Press Secretaries

Why don't they just cut the bullshit and call these people what they really are; chief propagandist for the American welfare/warfare state, and just move on?...................................................................................P.S. And, yes, I felt the exact same way when Bush's minions were patrolling the sideline and feeding us their garbage (especially during the early stages of the Iraq War).