Kept burning fossil fuels and caused Island Warming and a drought!
Rename the school of fashion design to "Fashion Engineering" and include it in the stats.
Persians (a.k.a. Iranians) are much better than Arabs (i.e., Islamic pigs)!
That's not saying much.
that cyberattacks came from a country whose leaders yell "Death to America"?
Utilities are forced to buy excess energy from home-generators anyway.
It's a stupid idea that could only happen because of a law.
And figure out how to route the money directly to their drug/alcohol dealers.
Submitting climate change alarmism papers?
How do you explain the South Pole then?
It only gets about 6.5" of precip per year. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Antarctica)
And say that availability of alcohol has a vastly higher effect than 5%.
I doubt it. People who smoke pot tend to get high on a daily basis. However, even people who drink on a daily basis don't usually get drunk on a daily basis.
One thing I despise is working on code that was written by a poor speller - you never know how a variable name was spelled!
Tim Cook is protesting a law that gives businesses the freedom to boycott customers by....
Now THAT is truly hypocritical!
All you have to do is look at the results of the Medieval Warming Period.
Google some pictures of the Canadian Shield. I see LOTS of trees. Lots of water. Your entire post is hysterical ranting with a bunch of (incorrect) opinion and guessing.
I guess Ice Ages are easy to frivolously dismiss when you live in a place like Rio.
Even at 30 years, it's all noise.
However, at our stage of understanding the system, climate engineering is probably not such a good thing to be doing. The planet isn't an experiment that we can easily clean up after we make a mess. We can't 'nuke it from orbit' just to make sure.
That is a major issue with the carbon sequesters and everybody else. We're really running in the dark. We need to put quite a bit more energy (pun intended) into understanding the system before we blithely go and tinker with it (like we are doing at present).
I think we agree on that point - that carbon legislation is not a good idea and that we should allow the economy to naturally evolve beyond the use of carbon. Not that legislation would work anyway, only the lowest emitters would sign on.
It's been suggested that we could ALREADY be in an ice age if it weren't for the extra CO2.
The real argument is legislative - Given that developing nations will overshadow developed nations in CO2 emissions, legislation will do nothing except harm the World economy.