Comment rescue: Gerald A on Patterico

I really, really wish that I had thought of this myself. From Gerald A, in a comment on Patterico’s Pontifications: A classical socialist of decades ago would not be trying to destroy the coal industry to take one example. They might actually be better in some ways than Democrats. The enviro nuttiness of the Democrats …

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Democrisy! Hillary Clinton uses fuel hogging private jet to go to and from her climate change proposals presentation

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — or at least her campaign staff — tweeted: Stand with Hillary for a healthier climate: http://t.co/l2hJBII8ya pic.twitter.com/a2Z5Hi6eBk — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) July 27, 2015 William Teach mocked her: Woman Who Made Massive Fossil Fueled Travel An Accomplishment Really Worried About Climate Change By William Teach July 27, 2015 …

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I Should Have Been A Meteorologist – Be Wrong, Still Get Paid

Meteorologists use high powered computers to make models of the earth’s weather. What the meteorologists have is 21 modeling locations around the world and they use modeling to forecast the weather. Since what is going on right now is static or known information, they take that and produce a model of potential weather for about …

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#COP20Lima : The seriousness of unseriousness

Via William Teach of The Pirate’s Cove, I found this article in The New York Times: Climate Deal Would Commit Every Nation to Limiting Emissions By Coral Davenport, December 14, 2014 LIMA, Peru — Negotiators from around the globe reached a climate change agreement early Sunday that would, for the first time in history, commit …

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We told you so! Opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline is costing some people their lives.

We have previously noted that the oil industry’s response to government delays in permitting pipelines simply led to more oil being shipped by rail: Boom! North America’s Explosive Oil-by-Rail Problem By Marcus Stern and Sebastian Jones, Reporting for InsideClimate News Regulators in the United States knew they had to act fast. A train hauling 2 …

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The most Pyrrhic of victories

Our good friend Jason Scott of the Delaware Liberal is just aghast that Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) has stated that he will support the Senate bill by hopefully-outgoing Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) to get the Keystone XL pipeline project approved. Stan Merriman added this comment: This support by Carper is an outrage. As a recent …

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A sad, sad photo.

It was taken this evening, Thursday, August 28, 2014, and you can see the start of the leaves turning and falling to the ground. It’s still August! It’s still Summer! Where’s my Global Warming? It only reached 76º F today in Jim Thorpe, and the forecast is for tonight’s low to be 51º F . …

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