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Julie Bishop mentions the ‘N’-word

And about time too. The government is plunging us headfirst into an emissions trading scheme, yet we rely almost entirely on coal and gas for electricity generation (if you discount a bit of hydro and a token solar panel and wind farm here and there). The US, UK, France and many other developed economies, on Related posts:... Full story

Ramp up the Fear Factor says Professor of Public Ethics

Ramp up the Fear Factor says Professor of Public Ethics By honestclimate, October 3, 2009 Excerpts from The UK Telegraph October 3, 2009 Most people in denial over climate change, according to psychologists The Met Office has warned that if the world continues to burn fossil fuels at the current rate temperatures will rise above four degrees C in Full story

An inconvenient truth about global warming

An inconvenient truth about global warming By Tom Feilden BBC, 16 September 2009 The global warming narrative – that mankind’s addiction to burning fossil fuels is rapidly changing the climate – may be about to go seriously off message. Far from suggesting the planet will get warmer, one of the world’s leading climate modellers says the latest data Full story

Be a Better Driver to Save the World

Denver Colorado conducted an experiment with city employees and individual volunteers to determine how much gasoline is wasted during normal driving with the end result being would drivers make conscious decisions to modify their driving habits once they knew how much fuel was being wasted. The experiment was funded by an oil and gas company and, after one year, the detailed data forced drivers ... Full story

From the Blogs

Here’s the round-up of what other blogs have had to say about the global warming hoax over the last few days: Glaring error in the single most critical square inch of Gore’s book Heads I Win, Tails You Lose Who is Speaking For the Plants? Video: Deroy Murdoch on MSNBC says “…the earth is not coorperating with those on the ... Full story

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 week’s edition, The Daily Bayonet tells us about the following: -The Gore Effect hit Washington on Wednesday -James Hansen’s former supervisor is a global warming skeptic. I didn’t see that one coming. -A $140 million stimulus for climate modelers? Who DOESN’T have their hand ... Full story

Algae and Nuts Could Power Our Planes

A mixture of traditional jet fuel with fuel made from algae and jatropha nuts could power the friendly skies in the future, according to this article from the Washington Times. The Jatropha plant is native to Central America but grows around the world and is touted by experts as a promising plant source for bio-diesel oil. Makers of this “green crude” are still ... Full story

Obama to Make U.S. Energy Independent

The Obama Administration outlined its energy priorities, citing a need for the United States to not be held “hostage to dwindling resources, hostile regimes, and a warming planet". He called for increased fuel efficiency and an energy economy that would create millions of jobs. Obama said, "y administration will not deny facts. We will be guided by them." Sort of like the ... Full story

Six Most Embarrassing Moments in Environmentalism

Every so often it’s fun to take a step back and poke a little fun at the global warming alarmists here at Skeptics Global Warming. Many incriminate themselves with sheer hypocrisy and arrogance that does little to further their cause: to stop global temperatures from rising by reducing man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Every time one of these supposed friends of the ... Full story

Coffee Fuels You and Your Car

A new study published in December’s edition of American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that discarded coffee grounds can be used to produce biofuel. Scientists collected used coffee grounds from Starbucks for free as part of their “Grounds for your Garden” program, dried them and applied chemicals to extract their oil. The grounds contain about 15% oil, about the ... Full story
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