Archive for the ‘Science’ Category

No Global Warming Since 1995

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Hard to believe, unless you are one that has been looking at some of the actual data out there.

Climategate U-turn as scientist at centre of row admits: There has been no global warming since 1995

Take this, and how it was shown that evidence was withheld or suppressed that tended to shown global warming was not happening and it makes you really wonder about the actual science behind a lot of this. Of course most of it isn’t driven by science but rather by politics.

Bad Science and Economics Coming Your Way

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

The Cap and Trade bill has passed through the House by using typical pork barrel politics to get enough members of the house to go along with the bill so that it will pass. Doubt me? Take a look at the parts added to the bill to get House members from the farm states to go along. Your cost of food is going to go up more as farmers will be enticed by the higher amount paid to help fight global warming.

Which brings us to the next matter. The science of global warming is flakier then then the jelly doughnut Al Gore is eating. Anyone can do the Chicken Little act and scream “Global Warming!” “Global Warming!” but the rational mind should look at the evidence and make decisions based on this. Congress lacking a rational mind means we get Chicken Little laws. Nevermind that temperatures have actually been dropping during the last decade but that the tie between CO2 and global warming doesn’t have the evidence to support. On the other hand the evidence supports a link between solor activity and global warming but as Congress hasn’t figured out how to tax solar activity, yet, they go down the route where your wallet is located.

The final part of the bill I want to address for now are the statements on how it will create more jobs. Sure it will create jobs in those sectors where the government is tossing money, but how will this effect jobs in other areas? Gabriel Calzada an economics professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Spain has published a report telling us what to expect. Spain bought into the green jobs via renewable energy. The results? The highest rate of unemployment at 18.1% that is double the European Union average. On top of this these renewable energy projects are costing the government even more money, not saving money. The only way these projects can survive is with government subsidies, over a million dollars a year in some cases. So far the evidence tends to say that going with renewable energy comes at the cost of higher taxes to support the projects and higher unemployment rates.

If this bill becomes law hold on to your wallet and pray you don’t lose your job.