Shock news. /sarc
Guest essay by Eric Worrall
h/t DailyCaller – Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he thinks the Western climate scare is a fraud, designed to restrain industrial development in countries like Russia.
According to the New York Times;
While Western media have examined the role of rising temperatures and drought in this year’s record wildfires in North America, Russian media continue to pay little attention to an issue that animates so much of the world.
The indifference reflects widespread public doubt that human activities play a significant role in global warming, a tone set by President Vladimir Putin, who has offered only vague and modest pledges of emissions cuts ahead of December’s U.N. climate summit in Paris.
Russia’s official view appears to have changed little since 2003, when Putin told an international climate conference that warmer…
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Scientists need funding, and the easiest way to obtain it is to make up science fiction stories which scare people. Once they find a good story, the recycle it as often as they can get away with.
Europe’s graphically reported “Green Energy Basket Case” is now becoming a reality in Australia. South Australian business’ are now paying the harsh price of global warming hysteria that ultimately drove the massive and misguided uptake of expensive, unreliable, unwanted and unnecessary “green” power,
One positive out of this predicted, green energy fail, is that South Australian ‘Labor’ premier, Jay Weatherall, along with university academics and environmental scientists, are discussing the potential for emission-free Nuclear power. About time. And what an incredible waste of other people’s money it has taken for reason and sense to prevail.
In years to come, we will look back on this age of global warming collective madness, and wonder what the hell were we thinking…
By Andrew Bolt ~
Green power costs a bomb and isn’t reliable. But South Australia’s Labor government was crazed with global warming and wouldn’t listen, and now business is being driven into the ground:
Clements Gap wind plant in South Australia
South Australia’s rising share of renewable power could cause blackouts in the state if the Australian Energy Market Operator doesn’t intervene, the agency’s chief executive, Matt Zema, said.
South Australia’s rooftop solar panels could meet the state’s electricity demands during the middle of some days by 2024-25 if uptake continued at the current rate, he said.
But this would lead to more volatility and less reliability, and a greater reliance on the interconnector with the large eastern state generators to keep power flowing on some days, he said.
The warning is relevant for the federal Labor opposition, which has called for 50 per cent of Australia’s electricity to…
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