Is the process of Climate Change heavily influenced by human injection into the atmosphere of greenhouse gases as a result of combusting fossil fuels, amongst other thing? If we have the ability to address this unrestrained release of previously stored gaseous products, should we not do so? Does cost of not doing so really enter into the equation?
I spotted the following comment attached to this article today.
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.
January 12 2011 should probably be a day to be remembered, but I doubt if I will.
I’ve been away, sampled the pleasures of the bush, the serenity of listening to the trees and the sound of rain drops on the overhead tarp. Lots of rain drops!
There’s some intriguing argument beginning to surface in regard to the much vaunted National Broadband Network (NBN).