Thursday, May 24, 2007

Glow Ball Warming

I fall on the skeptical side of the Issue and will post info to support my arguments.

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The Week That Was (May 12, 2007)–Brought to you by SEPP
The respected, non-partisan Congressional Budget Office tells the unpleasant facts about CO2 cap-and-trade schemes: higher energy costs and highly regressive (unless fixed), (ITEM #1). And current warming appears to be mostly natural! Green hypocrisy reigns supreme. Politicians of both parties talk “green” but are reluctant to act. Maybe they know that the public may profess “green” until it comes to making sacrifices. (ITEM #2)
German professor plugs for more GW and CO2. It’s good for us and for bio-diversity. (ITEM #3)
Another upbeat account of the Vatican climate conference. Sonja Boehmer-Christensen, editor of Energy & Environment, reports. (ITEM #4)
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Idaho Joe said...

I tend to be skeptical too. I can't remember the name, but there was a guy who did a study based on literature from 7 to 8 hundred years ago. He found a bunch of references to wine grapes growing in England and olives growing in Germany. Obviously it was much warmer than it is now.

Of course, the greeny scientist jumped all over his study as unscientific.

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