The Global Warming Myth: Your Week-in-Review for January 29, 2009
A piping hot edition of the latest week-in-review is fresh out of the oven and ready to be consumed. In this weekâ€™s edition, The Daily Bayonet tells us about the following:
-The Gore Effect hit Washington on Wednesday
-James Hansenâ€™s former supervisor is a global warming skeptic. I didnâ€™t see that one coming.
-A $140 million stimulus for climate modelers? Who DOESNâ€™T have their hand out these days?
-The U.K.â€™s Climate Impact Programme is all washed up. Literally.
-Do you think the debate isnâ€™t over? You could be fired.
-Rebranding global warming to save global warming!
-Thereâ€™s no scientific basis for forecasting climate. Ziiiiiiiiiing!
-Oceans cooling, biofuel freezing and Antarctic ice is growing. So man is responsible for warming? Itâ€™s the sun, stupid.
-Tidal power is bad for fish. Cue the WWF and Greenpeace.
-Anthony Wattsâ€™ Surface Stations project is going well. So well, in fact, that 70% of locations are likely to report an error at or above two degrees C. And this is data alarmists use to convince us the planet is warming.
-The AP notes that carbon credits might be useless.
-Donâ€™t fear global warming. France might end it all for us anyway.
-And Eagle-eyed Tom Nelson find that the NY Times is quietly downgrading bad news for alarmists.
I only touched the surface. Be sure to visit The Daily Bayonetâ€™s site at the link below for the full round up. Itâ€™s more funny than a global warming alarmists stuck in a blizzard.
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