“We do not need to “fix” or “control” the climate. We couldn’t if we tried. We do need to fix the climate of fraud, corruption and destructive policies that kill jobs, dreams and people.” Look at Kemper and Kior right here in River City.
Denbury Resources says it still plans to buy carbon dioxide from the Kemper Project integrated gasification power plant despite the company’s recent tumbling fortunes.
This sounds like Kemper’s assumptions. “The economic argument is rather dicey; economic impact models are far more uncertain even than climate models. The social cost of carbon estimates made by the White House require assumptions out to the year 2300 for drastic CO2 reductions to be cost effective.”
Just the facts, Ma’am. By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley | Guest Blogger | April 9, 2015 | http://wattsupwiththat.com/ “What Evidence,” asks Ronald Bailey’s headline (www.reason.com, April 3, 2015), “Would Convince You That Man-Made Climate Change Is Real?” The answer: a rational, scientific case rooted in established theory and data would convince me that manmade climate change […]
Yes. Anthony Watts / 1 day ago / www.wattsupwiththat.com / March 19, 2015 Guest opinion by Steve Goreham Originally published in Communities Digital News. Last June, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed its Clean Power Plan as a nationwide regulation to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from electrical power plants. Comments to the EPA have now been submitted, and it’s not […]
Another good example of how regulatory over reach costs citizens and stymies economic growth. By Emily Le Coz | The Clarion-Ledger | February 2, 2015 Former Environmental Protection Agency regulator David Schnare urged Mississippi lawmakers to defy a federal rule requiring states to implement sweeping greenhouse-gas reduction plans, calling it both costly and illegal. Lawmakers have […]
As we were saying about government funded “research.” POSTED ON OCTOBER 12, 2014 | BY JOHN HINDERAKER IN CLIMATE | www.powerlineblog.com It comes from Richard Feynman, one of the pre-eminent scientists of modern times, via the Science and Environmental Policy Project: You cannot prove a vague theory wrong. If the guess that you make is poorly expressed and the method you have […]