Yet again we see the IPCC telling us what we already know to be fact. We – the human species – need to stop digging up, drilling for and otherwise liberating fossil fuels as the major driver of our energy production. As Ban Ki Moon said, the science is in, and it is irrefutable Meanwhile, the nihilists, corporate sycophants, pseudo-religious fruitcakes and plain ignorant refuse to accept that unlocking millions of years of stored carbon in less than a millennium is having an irreversible, detrimental impact on the planets’ delicate biosphere. Sure, the planet will recover eventually, once the species liberating […]
The Galileo Movement. Just the name is a travesty of truth.
There’s a little piece of theatrics being broadcast on ABC1 this evening, all about the contentious subject of Climate Change.
Gary Johns. Just who the hell is Gary Johns when he’s at home?
It’s a nonsense, it’s absurd, it’s irrational and ridiculous.
It’s not often that I’ll give miscreants like Bolt any virtual oxygen on this blog, but I can’t let this one pass.
I spotted the following comment attached to this article today.
The shrillness of conservative zealots over Gillard’s announcement yesterday that Australia will head down the path to pricing carbon emissions, and then on to a market-based trading scheme for carbon emissions, confirms the vacuum in which conservatism finds itself on the question of Climate Change, and more pointedly, genuine public policy as a possible alternative government.
My “eight-cents-a-day” is clearly hard at work.
Before I begin, I should make a correction to my post of yesterday. Whilst I strongly suspect Caroline Overington to be the author or at least editor of the ‘Cut and Paste’ column in The Australian, I am unable to accurately identify her as such. Therefore, any future observations of this small-minded piece of literary partisanship will NOT focus on Caroline Overington, despite my personal suspicions to the contrary.