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June 30, 2009 By SIOBHAN HUGHES
EPA Allows Calif. Greenhouse Gas Rules
The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday approved California's rules to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions from cars and light trucks, putting the standards into effect immediately for much of the nation and reversing a Bush administration policy.   more

June 29, 2009
The Climate Change Climate Change
The number of skeptics is swelling everywhere.
Al Gore and the United Nations (with an assist from the media), did a little too vociferous a job smearing anyone who disagreed with them as "deniers." The backlash has brought the scientific debate roaring back to life in Australia, Europe, Japan and even, if less reported, the U.S.   more

June 29, 2009
Fatal blow to GNEP?
The US Department of Energy is cancelling the wide-ranging environmental analysis of the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP) project. Its decision follows a change in government policy on commercial reprocessing.
The proposed GNEP program, which was part of President George Bush's Advanced Energy Initiative, is intended to support a safe, secure and sustainable expansion of nuclear energy, both domestically and internationally. Domestically, the GNEP program would promote technologies that support economic, sustained production of nuclear-generated electricity, while reducing the impacts associated with used nuclear fuel disposal and reducing proliferation risks.   more

June 27, 2009
Carbon Trading: The World's Next Biggest Market

The New York Times recently ran an article claiming that "carbon will be the world's biggest commodity market, and it could become the world's biggest market overall."
Rest assured, it will be.
Currently valued at over $30 billion, the carbon trading market is set to skyrocket to over $1 trillion as the price of carbon becomes more and more valuable.   more
Full discosure: We do not own stock in this company and are not recommending it.
This is where $1 trillion of your tax dollars will go!

June 27, 2009 Greenpeace
Greenpeace Says Waxman-Markey Climate Bill not Science Based; Benefits Polluters
"The passage of the inadequate ACES bill through the House today is a victory for coal industry lobbyists, oil industry lobbyists, agriculture industry lobbyists, steel and cement industry lobbyists, among many others. But it is a tremendous loss for the American people and for the world in our common fight to avert climate catastrophe."   more

June 26, 2009.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute released the draft of the "internal study on climate science which was suppressed by the Environmental Protection Agency."
draft copy of report     CEI transmittal

June 26, 2009 Josef Hebert And Dina Cappiello, - AP
House passes major energy-climate bill
In a triumph for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House narrowly passed sweeping legislation Friday that calls for the nation's first limits on pollution linked to global warming and aims to usher in a new era of cleaner, yet more costly energy.
The vote was 219-212, capping months of negotiations and days of intense bargaining among Democrats. Republicans were overwhelmingly against the measure, arguing it would destroy jobs in the midst of a recession while burdening consumers with a new tax in the form of higher energy costs.   more
A huge victory for China, Russia, India & Brazil
Eight Republican turncoats       Full vote

June 26, 2009 Associated Press
House Democrats win key test vote on climate bill
WASHINGTON – House Democrats narrowly won an important test vote Friday on groundbreaking legislation to combat global warming and usher in a new era of cleaner energy. Republican opponents said it included the largest tax increase ever.   more
"Utility Rates Will Skyrocket" President Obama, Jan. 2008

June 26, 2009    Maria Antonova / The Moscow Times
President Dmitry Medvedev visited Namibia on Thursday
Signaling a new era of Russian investment in the country, Gazprombank agreed to finance the construction of a gas power plant that would export electricity to South Africa. Under the agreement, which the bank signed with Namcor national oil company, the 800-megawatt plant will use gas from the Kudu deposit, which has reserves of 40 billion cubic meters.   more

June 26, 2009 Manufacturing.Net / Samantha Young, AP
California Delays Decision On Pollution Tax
California regulators on Thursday delayed a decision on whether to implement the nation's first statewide carbon fee on utilities, oil refineries and other polluting industries.
The move came after several electricity providers expressed concerns that California might inadvertently level a charge on energy that is moved through but not used in the state. That would violate federal energy laws.   more
California jobless rate is already 11.5 percent!

June 25, 2009
Greenpeace Opposes Waxman-Markey Climate Bill
not Science-Based; Benefits Polluters
"Since the Waxman-Markey bill left the Energy and Commerce committee, yet another fleet of industry lobbysists has weakened the bill even more, and further widened the gap between what Waxman-Markey does and what science demands. As a result, Greenpeace opposes this bill in its current form. We are calling upon Congress to vote against this bill unless substantial measures are taken to strengthen it. Despite President Obama’s assurance that he would enact strong, science-based legislation, we are now watching him put his full support behind a bill that chooses politics over science, elevates industry interests over national interest, and shows the significant limitations of what this Congress believes is possible.   more

June 25, 2009 Pravda.Ru
Russia makes subtle entrance to Africa while Washington busy with wars
Russia does not conceal its strategic interests in Africa. The black continent can indeed become a new perspective and attractive market if armed conflicts reduce in number there.
The market of developing countries is of great interest to Russian companies working in the energy industry, as well as in the railway, nuclear, defense and machine-building industries.   more

June 24, 2009 By Mike Soraghan
Ag chairman says climate change will pass House
"I think they will be able to get the votes to pass the bill," House Agricultural Committee Chairman Collin Peterson (D-Minn.) said during a conference call, one day after he announced striking a deal with House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) to resolve concerns raised by farm-state Democrats.
The crux of the deal is a concession from Waxman to allow the Department of Agriculture — not the Environmental Protection Agency — to develop and monitor offset and land use provisions the legislation creates.   more
Who will run the shell game and spend your money??

June 23, 2009 -- Club Pigou: -- By Russell Gold
James Hansen, scientist and scourge. (AP)
James Hansen, climate scientist and scourge of our carbon-intensive lifestyle, is the subject of a 5,000-word profile in the current issue of the New Yorker magazine.
In it, he rails against the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill as watery slop and is critical of environmental-organizations-turned-Washington-insiders.   more
June 23, 2009 The Heritage Foundation
CBO Grossly Underestimates Costs of Cap and Trade
Overall, there are a number of basic problems with CBO’s analysis:
• Their allowance cost numbers don’t add up. They say the allowance price will be $28. Since there are 5.056 billion tons of CO2 equivalent in the cap that year, that implies a $141 billion gross cost. They list 91.4 (see table one). In the CBO’s June 5 analysis of Waxman-Markey, they projected allowance revenues of $119.7 billion, 129.7 billion, $136 billion, $145.6 billion, and $152.9 billion for the years 2015 to 2019. It’s hard to believe that the next number in that series would be $91.4 billion.   more

June 23, 2009 The Moscow Times / Reuters
New Emissions Plan 'Not Enough'
President Dmitry Medvedev said Friday that Russia planned to release 30 percent more greenhouse gases by 2020 under a new emissions target scheme. . .
This implies that Russia will emit about 3 billion tons of greenhouse gas in 2020, compared with 2.2 billion tons in 2007.
"We will not cut off our development potential," Medvedev said.   more

June 22, 2009
Pelosi Pushing Climate Bill For Friday Vote (June 26).
A vote for the manipulative "Cap and Trade" bill could happen as soon as the week of June 22. Such a bill would devastate American families and businesses--hampering an already sagging economy and taking a heavy toll on jobs.   more

June 22, 2009 American Solutions
Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants the U.S. House to vote at the end of this week on the Waxman-Markey National Energy Tax (House Bill 2454).
With gas prices climbing, the last thing we need is a new energy tax that will drive them even higher, nearly double the cost of electricity, and destroy millions of jobs every year for the next 25 years.
Right now, Al Gore and all the anti-energy interest groups are buying television ads and mobilizing their activists to pressure members of Congress to support this job-killing bill.   more
NOTE: while at least two US agencies are now reporting cooler weather, (see below) Pelosi is pushing a bill to combat global warming!!

June 22, 2009 CFP - Dr. Tim Ball
Gross Misuse of Science to Achieve a Political End
Wider and More Pervasive Damage
Media focuses on the Obama administration policies that put the entire economy in jeopardy through massive and growing debt. It involves the complete illogic of claiming you can reduce debt by increasing debt; what I have called short term gain for long-term pain. It also means increase in government control. However, there are many legislative actions sliding through almost unnoticed, based on equally false logic and information that are threats to freedom through increased government control and economically damaging.   more

June 18, 2009 CFP -Andrew P. Morriss
Reducing U.S. emissions merely puts American firms at a disadvantage to their foreign competitors
"Cap-and-trade" sounds fabulous: those who emit carbon dioxide will have to obtain permits for their emissions. If they are able to reduce emissions cheaply, they will cut their emissions, enabling them to sell the permits they don’t need to those who can’t cut emissions as cheaply.
Thus, the efficient are rewarded, the environment saved.
But once you read the fine print, cap-and-trade doesn’t look as good.   more

June 17, 2009 CFP - Eric Peters
Obama’s new global warming emission rules likely to put U.S. Automakers in deep Freeze
The new controls to limit so-called global warming gasses will cost GM, Ford and Chrysler additional billions of dollars — money that could be better spent on developing new, more fuel efficient cars and improving automotive safety.
Besides the new mandates will do nothing to stop global warming if, as the greens and their allies say, it really is caused by man-made fumes of carbon dioxide.   more

June 5, 2009 --
Cap-and-trade is the temple of doom.

It would lock in disasters for our children and grandchildren. Why do people continue to worship a disastrous approach? Its fecklessness was proven by the Kyoto Protocol. It took a decade to implement the treaty, as countries extracted concessions that weakened even mild goals. Most countries that claim to have met their obligations actually increased their emissions. Others found that even modest reductions of emissions were inconvenient, and thus they simply ignored their goals.
Why is this cap-and-trade temple of doom worshipped? The 648 page cap-and-trade monstrosity that is being foisted on the U.S. Congress provides the answer. Not a single Congressperson has read it. They don't need to they just need to add more paragraphs to support their own special interests. By the way, the Congress people do not write most of those paragraphs they are "suggested" by people in alligator shoes.   more

June 5, 2009   New Scientist - Rob Edwards
Poor countries could be paid to go nuclear
For the first time in eight years, countries are contemplating giving nuclear stations carbon credits in the run-up to the crucial world summit on climate change in Copenhagen in December. This could greatly boost prospects of a global nuclear expansion.   more

June 5, 2009   NASA. Marshall Space Flight Center.
Sunspot Numbers and Weather
Early records of sunspots indicate that the Sun went through a period of inactivity in the late 17th century. Very few sunspots were seen on the Sun from about 1645 to 1715 (38 kb JPEG image). Although the observations were not as extensive as in later years, the Sun was in fact well observed during this time and this lack of sunspots is well documented. This period of solar inactivity also corresponds to a climatic period called the "Little Ice Age" when rivers that are normally ice-free froze and snow fields remained year-round at lower altitudes. There is evidence that the Sun has had similar periods of inactivity in the more distant past. The connection between solar activity and terrestrial climate is an area of on-going research.   article

June 4, 2009   Yale Environment 360. Michael D. Lemonick
Freeman Dyson Takes On The Climate Establishment
Princeton physicist Freeman Dyson has been roundly criticized for insisting global warming is not an urgent problem, with many climate scientists dismissing him as woefully ill-informed. In an interview with Yale Environment 360, Dyson explains his iconoclastic views and why he believes they have stirred such controversy.   article

June 4, 2009   CleanTechies
Coal Industry Inserts Carbon Capture Provision in Climate Bill
A powerful coal-state Democrat has inserted a 24-page provision into the U.S. Congress’s proposed cap-and-trade bill that would create a $10 billion Carbon Storage Research Corporation, including up to $500 million in “administrative expenses” over the next 10 years. The Web site Solve Climate said the institute would be operated by the coal industry and would research methods of storing carbon dioxide underground; it would be funded with a 50-cent-per-month surcharge on the utility bills of all U.S. households.   article

June 3, 2009 Associated Press
President Barack Obama suggested that Iran may have some right to nuclear energy - provided it proves by the end of the year that its aspirations are peaceful.   article

June 3, 2009 Jumada al-thani
American President Barack Obama on Thursday signed a civilian nuclear deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) worth potentially billions of dollars to U.S. energy companies, setting the stage for Congress to decide whether to block it.   article

Jun 2, 2009
Venezuela Chavez says "Comrade" Obama more left-wing
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez said on Tuesday that he and Cuban ally Fidel Castro risk being more conservative than U.S. President Barack Obama as Washington prepares to take control of General Motors Corp.
During one of Chavez's customary lectures on the "curse" of capitalism and the bonanzas of socialism, the Venezuelan leader made reference to GM's bankruptcy filing, which is expected to give the U.S. government a 60 percent stake in the 100-year-old former symbol of American might.
"Hey, Obama has just nationalized nothing more and nothing less than General Motors. Comrade Obama! Fidel, careful or we are going to end up to his right," Chavez joked on a live television broadcast.
During a decade in government, Chavez has nationalized most of Venezuela's key economic sectors, including multibillion dollar oil projects, often via joint ventures with the private sector that give the state a 60 percent controlling stake.
Obama has vowed to quickly sell off General Motors once the auto giant is back on its feet, but the government will initially control the company after a $30 billion injection of taxpayer funds.
Chavez, a vehement critic of the U.S. "empire," has toned down his rhetoric since Obama took office in January and the two men shook hands during a summit in Trinidad and Tobago in April.
(Reporting by Enrique Andres Pretel; Writing by Frank Jack Daniel, Editing by Jackie Frank)   article

June 3, 2009 The Moscow Times
President Barack Obama pledged to promote cooperation in the oil-rich Caspian region as the U.S. administration seeks to expand a "southern energy corridor" to Europe that bypasses Russia.   article

June 1, 2009 NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA data currently indicate that sea surface temperatures in the tropical Atlantic are below normal. These cooler than normal ocean temperatures could "starve" developing hurricanes of their driving force, which are waters warmer than 80 degrees Fahrenheit, thus suggesting a damping of hurricanes.
In the Pacific, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation's (PDO) characteristic warm "horseshoe" and cool wedge pattern is still strong in the sea surface temperature and sea-level height images. The PDO is a long-term ocean temperature fluctuation of the Pacific Ocean that waxes and wanes approximately every 10 to 20 years.   article

May 31, 2009 By Ben Sharples (Bloomberg)
Australia’s A$200 Billion Oil, Gas Projects May Lead Recovery
Australia’s oil and gas producers propose projects valued in excess of A$200 billion ($160 billion) that may help lead the country out of its first recession since 1991, the industry’s biggest lobby group says.
Developing the projects may create 50,000 jobs, yield A$10 billion in government revenue and avoid 180 million metric tons of carbon emissions each year   article

May 27, 2009 CFP Paul Driessen
The climate "crisis" is a "moral issue that requires serious debate," Al Gore proclaimed in an April 27 blog post.    His conversion to the Anglo-American tradition of robust debate came a mere three days after the ex-VP refused to participate in a congressional hearing with Lord Christopher Monckton, former science advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Republicans had invited Monckton to counter Gore’s testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.   article

May 27, 2009 McClatchy Newspapers Renee Schoof.
Online poll: Lower gas prices beat lower greenhouse gases
Asked to choose between lower gasoline prices and reduced greenhouse-gas emissions from gasoline, 66 percent of Americans in a new online survey chose lower gas prices and the rest said that reducing the emissions that cause climate change was more important.   article

May 27, 2009 The Moscow Times
Rosatom Clinches Milestone U.S. Deal.   Rosatom announced a landmark deal Tuesday to supply U.S. companies with enriched uranium fuel, in what is the first commercial nuclear energy contract between Russian and U.S. corporations.
"Much has been made about renewable energy lately," Shmatko said. "But in 2009, worldwide investments into renewable energy will fall by 40 percent.
"Renewable energy cannot compete with nuclear energy," he said. article

May 21, 2009
Energy and Commerce Committee Passes Comprehensive Clean Energy Legislation.

The Energy and Commerce Committee approved H.R. 2454, "The American Clean Energy and Security Act," by a vote of 33 to 25.
Also known as the Waxman and Markey bill and the Cap and Trade Bill.
This legislation is a comprehensive approach to America's energy policy that charts a new course towards a clean energy economy.
"To create clean energy jobs, achieve energy independence, reduce global warming pollution and transition to a clean energy economy." more
draft of H.R. 2454
EPA evaluation
Allowance Allocations

May 19, 2009
Christian Science Monitor - By Mark Trumbull
What Obama’s clean-car plan will cost consumers and teetering US automakers
By 2016, a new car will pollute less and get more than 35 miles per gallon, but its sticker price will be at least $600 higher. more

May 19, 2009
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama plans to propose the first-ever national emission limits for cars and trucks as well as average mileage requirements of 35.5 miles per gallon by 2016 — all costing consumers an extra $1,300 per vehicle. more

May 19, 2009
Obama and Waxman will try to fast-track the CO2 tax
"Reports indicate this new tax could cost the average American over $3,000 every year and result in 7 million lost jobs!" more

May 19, 2009 Al Gore
This is a pivotal week in our fight against the climate crisis. The Energy and Commerce Committee will be voting on the Waxman-Markey bill, which is one of the most important pieces of legislation ever to be introduced in Congress. As I stated during my testimony several weeks ago, this legislation has the moral significance equivalent to that of the civil rights legislation of the 1960’s and the Marshall Plan of the late 1940’s. more

May 19, 2009
The Moscow Times. Russia began building its first floating nuclear power plant on Monday...
The power plant, which is being assembled at the St. Petersburg-based Baltic Shipyard by Energoatom, a subsidiary of Rosatom, is the first of seven floating nuclear power plants that the company plans to build, Energoatom head Sergei Obozov told reporters on Monday. article

May 15, 2009
Chairmen Release Summary of Emission Allowances
Chairman Waxman and Subcommittee Chairman Markey released a document summarizing how the emission allowances will be allocated in the current version of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.
Summary of Allowance Allocations

May 13, 2009
OMB directly criticizes the economic impact of the Carbon Tax as well as the validity.
"For example, the NPRM and TSD outline the following 5 human health effects from climate change: temperature effects, air quality changes, extreme events, climatesensitive diseases and aeroallergens. It is unclear whether temperature effects will result in net mortality increases or decreases and the scientific literature does not provide definitive data or conclusions about aeroallergen impacts. Further, the impact of climatesensitive diseases may be minimal in a rich country like the US." critique
proposed bill

May 11, 2009 Wall Street Journal
Australia's prime minister discovers how much an emissions trading policy will cost.
It's turning out that the biggest problem with carbon taxes is political reality. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has just announced he will delay implementing his trademark cap-and-trade emissions trading proposal until at least 2011. Mr. Rudd's March proposal would have imposed total carbon permit costs (taxes) of 11.5 billion Australian dollars (US$8.5 billion) in the first two years, starting in 2010. This would have increased consumer prices by about 1.1% and shaved 0.1% off annual GDP growth until at least 2050, according to Australia's Treasury. Support has fallen among business groups and individuals who earlier professed enthusiasm for Aussie cap and trade. Green gains were negligible; Australia accounts for only 1.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. more

May 12, 2009
Crude oil futures for June delivery briefly rose over $60.00 per barrel for the first time in five months.

May 6, 2009
Congressman Tim Murphy and Congressman Neil Abercrombie Introduce - HR 2227 - "The American Conservation and Clean Energy Independence Act"
"Bipartisan Energy Bill Creates American Jobs and Funds a Clean Technology Future."
A comprehensive energy bill that would create thousands of real jobs and funding for clean energy.
Summary of The Energy Bill
Analysis of the Energy Bill
text of The Energy Bill - HR 2227

May 5, 2009 (Bloomberg)
U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman predicted that a plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions will become law by the end of the year
"We have to get out and explain and sell this to the American people," said Mike Doyle, a Pennsylvania Democrat who said he is concerned about the costs to steelmakers and other energy-intensive industries.     source

May 4, 2009
SURVEY: U.S. energy independence not attainable until 2030
HOUSTON, TEXAS: More than three-quarters of oil and gas executives surveyed by KPMG LLP's Global Energy Institute say that energy independence is not attainable until 2030 or beyond, despite the emphasis on alternative energy sources in current and proposed government energy policies.     source

May 4, 2009 Confidential
National Snow and Ice Data Center
A slow start to the spring melt season
Arctic sea ice extent declined quite slowly in April; as a result, total ice extent is now close to the mean extent for the reference period (1979 to 2000). The thin spring ice cover nevertheless remains vulnerable to summer melt.
For the past few years, Arctic sea ice extent for most months has been more than two standard deviations below the 1979 to 2000 mean, particularly in summer. Two standard deviations provide an estimate of the expected range of natural variability. Because of cooler than average temperatures, Arctic sea ice extent at the end of April 2009 was within the expected range of natural variability.     source

May 4, 2009 Jesse Jenkins - Breakthrough
Australia Shelves Cap and Trade
Already packed full of polluter giveaways, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd promised to shelve the implementation of his proposed cap and trade system until July 2011 to quell concerns that it'll impact the Aussie economy. Is this a portent of things to come for cap and trade in the United States?     source

April 29, 2009
U.S. Climate-Change Envoy Optimistic About New Agreement
Todd Stern, the U.S. special envoy for climate change, told reporters at a briefing Tuesday that he is “a bit more optimistic” that the U.S. will be able to broker a new deal in Copenhagen in December. . . .
two key issues still pose challenges: how much rich countries will pledge to reduce climate-changing pollution and how to raise an estimated $100 billion a year to help poor countries adapt to climate change.     source

April 26, 2009
OPEC wants oil to reach $70 a barrel. (38% increase!)
Oil prices jumped above 51 dollars a barrel on Friday, as a flagging US dollar and rising stock markets offset concerns about weak demand arising from the global economic downturn.
Note: Nothing has been done to increase energy supplies in the US.     source

April 24, 2009
US generator AmerenUE has announced it is suspending its efforts to build a new nuclear power plant at Callaway in Missouri, saying that state policies are making it too difficult to finance the project.
the current version of the bill being debated in the Senate strips the legislation of the very provisions we needed most to move forward. As a result, AmerenUE is suspending its efforts to build a nuclear power plant in Missouri," said AmerenUE president and CEO Thomas Voss.     source

April 24, 2009
Washington, DC -- UK's Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, claimed House Democrats have refused to allow him to appear alongside former Vice President Al Gore.
"The Democrats have a lot to learn about the right of free speech under the US Constitution. Congress Henry Waxman's (D-CA) refusal to expose Al Gore's sci-fi comedy-horror testimony to proper, independent scrutiny by the House minority reeks of naked fear," Monckton said from the airport Thursday evening.     source

April 24, 2009
Gore pleads for unity on climate, despite divide
By Dina Cappiello and H. Joseph Hebert, AP
Former Vice President Al Gore, the leading American voice on climate change, urged lawmakers Friday to overcome partisan differences and take action to reduce greenhouse gases.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a Republican, argued that the Democratic proposal to reduce greenhouse gases would "punish the American people" by imposing higher energy costs and threatening jobs. "This bill is an energy tax,"
"How do we protect our people?" asked Democratic Rep. John Dingell, whose state, Michigan, is reeling from the economic recession and is home to many energy-intensive industries, including the ailing auto industry. Dingell said he is not convinced the bill will protect U.S. jobs, especially if China is not forced to take similar actions.
"If the United States leads, China will follow," Gore argued. (That is a lie. China said that they will not follow)     source

April 24, 2009
The Anchorage Declaration From 20 – 24 April 2009, Indigenous representatives from the Arctic, North America, Asia, Pacific, Latin America, Africa, Caribbean and Russia met in Anchorage, Alaska for the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change.     source

April 22, 2009California Chronicle
Assembly Democrats today blocked an effort by Assemblyman Chuck DeVore to expand California’s energy supply with modern nuclear power.
"California’s landmark 2006 global warming law, AB 32, requires massive reductions in emissions over the next decade, but the laws of physics and economics dictate that this effort is doomed to failure without modern nuclear power."

April 21, 2009
Chairman Henry A. Waxman of the Energy and Commerce Committee and Chairman Edward J. Markey of the Energy and Environment Subcommittee announced that the Energy and Commerce Committee will hold four days of legislative hearings on the discussion draft of “The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.”
The hearings will examine the views of the Administration and a broad range of stakeholders on the discussion draft. The schedule for this week follows:     source

April 20, 2009
Rachel Brewster, Christian Science Monitor
Cambridge, Mass. - As the United States considers its own cap-and-trade system to reduce domestic emission levels, support is growing behind the idea of a "carbon tariff," a tax on imports from countries which are not undertaking similar environmental measures.     source

April 19, 2009 The Daily Telegraph
ICE is expanding in much of Antarctica, contrary to the widespread public belief that global warming is melting the continental ice cap.
Australian Antarctic Division glaciology program head Ian Allison said sea ice losses in west Antarctica over the past 30 years had been more than offset by increases in the Ross Sea region, just one sector of east Antarctica.     source

April 17, 2009    
Associated Press WASHINGTON Cars, power plants and factories could all soon face much tougher pollution limits after a government declaration Friday setting the stage for the first federal regulation of gases blamed for global warming.
"The proposed endangerment finding poses an endangerment to the American economy and every American family," declared Jack Gerard, president of the American Petroleum Institute.
The EPA wants to unleash a "regulatory barrage that will destroy jobs, raise energy prices for consumers, and undermine America's global competitiveness," complained Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla.
In addition to carbon dioxide, a product of burning fossil fuels, the EPA finding covers five other emissions that scientists believe are warming the earth when they concentrate in the atmosphere: Methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6). It does not cover water vapor which is the most significant greenhouse gas.     source
EPA: Proposed Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings for Greenhouse Gases Under Section 202(a) of the Clean Air Act     source

April 17, 2009    
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is expected to declare on Friday that greenhouse gas emissions like carbon dioxide endanger human health and welfare, environmental and congressional sources said.
The EPA's decision could clear the way for possible U.S. regulation of these emissions, and is expected to spur action in Congress to pass carbon-capping legislation to curb global warming.     source

April 10, 2009    
Study: Biofuel Threatens Water Supplies
LiveScience Staff     Previous studies estimated that a gallon of corn-based bioethanol requires the use of 263 to 784 gallons of water from the farm to the fuel pump. Butt these estimates failed to account for widely varied regional irrigation practices, the authors of the new study said.     source

April 2009    EPA
Nuclear power is under serious consideration in over thirty countries which do not currently have it (in a few, not necessarily at government level).
In Europe: Italy, Albania, Portugal, Norway, Poland, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Ireland, Turkey. In the Middle East and North Africa: Iran, Gulf states including UAE, Yemen, Israel, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Morocco.     source
U.S. EPA: $600 million in Recovery Act Funding to Clean Up Hazardous Waste Sites.     source

March 31, 2009     Please read
The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 (ACES),
    text                 summary

March 29, 2009     The New York Times
The Civil Heretic - By NICHOLAS DAWIDOFF
Speaking at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University, Dyson announced that "all the fuss about global warming is grossly exaggerated.". . . . - climate change has become an "obsession" — the primary article of faith for "a worldwide secular religion" known as environmentalism. Among those he considers true believers, Dyson has been particularly dismissive of Al Gore, whom Dyson calls climate change’s "chief propagandist," and James Hansen, the head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York and an adviser to Gore’s film, "An Inconvenient Truth."     source

March 25, 2009
Feinstein Blocking Solar Development in Mojave. Nineteen companies have submitted applications to build solar or wind facilities on a parcel of 500,000 desert acres, but Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Friday such development would violate the spirit of what conservationists had intended when they donated much of the land to the public. (Senator Dianne Feinstein is also against oil and nuclear)     source

March 25, 2009 Washington, DC
The Right Honorable Christopher Walter Monckton,
Third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley
before The Energy & Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives
The right response to the non-problem of "global warming" is to have the courage to do nothing. There has been global cooling for seven years – ">     source

March 19, 2009
Today, President Barack Obama announced the availability of $2.4 billion in funding to put American ingenuity and America's manufacturers to work producing next generation Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles and the advanced battery components that will make these vehicles run. The initiative will create tens of thousands of U.S. jobs and help us end our addiction to foreign oil. Americans who decide to purchase these Plug-in Hybrid vehicles can claim a tax credit of up to $7,500.     source

March 17, 2009
It seems that the obviously arrogant Mr. Gao, and the communist nation that he represents, (China) have decided that we, consumers, should bear the brunt of the expense for that nation's carbon emission load. The logic used to back this assertion, while certainly passing as logic, serves as nothing more than a spotlight on the fundamentally flawed "cap and trade" carbon emissions boondoggle that is slowly unfolding.     source

March 16, 2009
Scientists Continue to Debunk "Consensus" in 2008 & 2009
Over 700 dissenting scientists (updates previous 650 report) from around the globe challenged man-made global warming claims made by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and former Vice President Al Gore. Updated from 12/22/08 report.     Complete text

March 16, 2009
More Americans Believe Global Warming is ‘Exaggerated’
At 41 percent, the proportion of Americans who think global warming is exaggerated has been on a steady climb since 2006, when only 30 percent of Americans surveyed by Gallup said that.     source

February 27, 2009 --
Obama dumps Yucca Mountain
Work on disposing of radioactive waste at Yucca Mountain has all but stopped after President Barack Obama's budget blueprint yesterday. A new strategy for permanent storage is to be developed.
The confirmation came with the following words from the Department of Energy: "The Yucca Mountain program will be scaled back to those costs necessary to answer inquiries from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), while the administration devises a new strategy toward nuclear waste disposal."     source

February 27, 2009    Polution & jobs moving to Russia:
Mechel offered to buy Bluestone Coal for $425 million in cash and 80 million preferred shares, three sources familiar with the plan said.
Mechel has Russian regulatory approval to sell as many as 139 million preferred shares to finance the Bluestone acquisition, said the sources, who declined to be identified before the transaction is made public. Some of the stock will go to the West Virginia coking coal producer's owners, and the rest will be sold to investors, the sources said.     source

February 26, 2009
Obama’s Budget Relies on Cap-and-Trade to Offset Costs
President Obama’s economic team Feb. 26 released details of his nearly trillion-dollar budget - to be funded in part by cap-and-trade limits on carbon emissions - revealing how the energy and environment sectors are likely to be impacted.     text of article             Complete budget

February 24, 2009
Prepared text of Obama's address to Congress
"we will double this nation's supply of renewable energy in the next three years"
"We will soon lay down thousands of miles of power lines that can carry new energy to cities and towns across this country."
"But to truly transform our economy, protect our security and save our planet from the ravages of climate change, we need to ultimately make clean, renewable energy the profitable kind of energy. So I ask this Congress to send me legislation that places a market-based cap on carbon pollution and drives the production of more renewable energy in America. And to support that innovation, we will invest fifteen billion dollars a year to develop technologies like wind power and solar power, advanced biofuels, clean coal and more fuel-efficient cars and trucks built right here in America."     text

February 24, 2009
Governor Bobby Jindal: "Americans Can Do Anything"
"To strengthen our economy, we need urgent action to keep energy prices down. All of us remember what it felt like to pay $4 at the pump - and unless we act now, those prices will return. To stop that from happening, we need to increase conservation … increase energy efficiency … increase the use of alternative and renewable fuels … increase our use of nuclear power - and increase drilling for oil and gas here at home. "     text

February 23, 2009
Robert Dodge - Poll: Voters Support Offshore Development
WASHINGTON - Most American voters support increasing access to domestic offshore oil and natural gas resources and would oppose any new laws or regulations that blocked development of those national resources, according to a poll released today.     source

February 2009
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate) [H.R.1.ENR]
H.R.1     Title: Making supplemental appropriations for job preservation and creation, infrastructure investment, energy efficiency and science, assistance to the unemployed, and State and local fiscal stabilization, for fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, and for other purposes.     More

Thursday, February 12, 2009
Activists push to reinstate drilling ban
Hearing pits backers, foes of ocean oil
By H. Josef Hebert Associated Press
Washington —- Environmental advocates on Wednesday urged Congress to reinstate a broad moratorium on offshore oil drilling, but Rep. Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) said "the ship may have already sailed."
Rahall, chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, said the political reality is that the broad moratorium across 85 percent of the country’s Outer Continental Shelf —- lifted by Congress last fall - is unlikely to be reimposed.     More

Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Feds to halt coastal drilling plan
By Stacy Shelton
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is putting the brakes on a Bush administration plan to open the Atlantic and Pacific coasts —- including Georgia’s —- to oil and natural gas drilling, while promising a "new way forward" for offshore wind projects.
Salazar on Tuesday criticized the Bush administration’s "drill-only approach," saying the U.S. needs a comprehensive energy plan that considers all the potential resources in the oceans. "I intend to do what the prior administration failed to do … incorporate the great potential for wind, wave and ocean tides," Salazar said.     More

February 4, 2009
HAVANA: Cuba has begun erecting its first independently operated horizontal oil drilling rig in shallow waters off the north coast, state media reported Wednesday.
Cuban engineers trained in Canada are drilling the well near the coastal town of Boca de Camarioca, close to the beach resort of Varadero in Matanzas province, 95 miles (150 kilometers) east of Havana.     Source

February 2009
Mainland China has eleven nuclear power reactors in commercial operation, seven under construction, and ten more about to start construction.
Additional reactors are planned, including some of the world's most advanced, to give a sixfold increase in nuclear capacity to at least 50 GWe or possibly to 60 GWe by 2020 and then a further three to fourfold increase to 120-160 GWe by 2030.     Source

January 14, 2009
Lieberman Leads Fight to Prevent Drilling in ANWR
Quoting outdated and erroneous information, Senator Lieberman re-introduces legislation to "protect" the arctic refuge and ignore an important source of energy and jobs.     Press release

January 11, 2009
Nuclear Firms Power Up - Barron's SA Editor
Rachael Granby
President-elect Barack Obama has created a heady agenda for advancing clean energy and nuclear power giants are set to gain. Barron's says investors should keep an eye on key players like Exelon and Entergy.
As the biggest producers of energy that doesn't emit any greenhouse gases, nuclear plants are entering a 'renaissance,' set to rise handsomely from Obama's 10-year $150B clean energy plan. Companies are applying to build new plants, which could take year, but in the meantime, existing nuclear plants look pretty good. Their stocks are cheap and they boast plenty of competitive advantages, including lower costs than coal-fired rivals.

December 22, 2008
U. S. Senate Minority Report:
More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims.
Update: 11 More Scientists Join Senate Report     Article

Nov. 17, 2008
NASA: Water Vapor Confirmed as Major Player in Climate Change

Water vapor is known to be Earth's most abundant greenhouse gas, but the extent of its contribution to global warming has been debated. Using recent NASA satellite data, researchers have estimated more precisely than ever the heat-trapping effect of water in the air, validating the role of the gas as a critical component of climate change. . . .
"This study confirms that what was predicted by the models is really happening in the atmosphere," said Eric Fetzer, an atmospheric scientist who works with AIRS data at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. "Water vapor is the big player in the atmosphere as far as climate is concerned."     Article

  Timely Topics:
Real Clear Government.
Where is the transparency we were promised?

In March of 2009 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drafted a 98-page report that warned against making hasty "decisions based on a scientific hypothesis that does not appear to explain most of the available data."
March 17, 2009. Al McGartland, an EPA official, sent an e-mail message to the authors stating "The administrator and the administration has decided to move forward... and your comments do not help the legal or policy case for this decision."
April 17, 2009. The EPA issued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Much of the findings were based on information gathered by other agencies as well as on the IPCC Plenary reports written in 2007.
June 26, 2009. The Competitive Enterprise Institute released the draft of the "internal study on climate science which was suppressed by the Environmental Protection Agency."
Write or call your representatives. Demand that they read the report before the cap and trade bill is adopted.
    draft copy of report     CEI transmittal
Energy Tax Facts
The Markey-Waxman "Cap-and-trade" Energy Tax bill, in the current form being considered by the House Energy and Commerce committee, would have the following catastrophic effects by 2035:
1. Reduce aggregate gross domestic product (GDP) by $9.6 trillion annually;
2. Destroy 1,105,000 American jobs per year on average, with peak years seeing unemployment rise by over 2,479,000 jobs;
3. Raise electricity rates 90 percent after adjusting for inflation;
4. Raise inflation-adjusted gasoline prices by 74 percent;
5. Raise residential natural gas prices by 55 percent;
6. Raise an average family's annual energy bill by $1,500 annually; and
7. Increase inflation-adjusted federal debt by 26 percent, or $29,150 additional federal debt per person, again after adjusting for inflation.
Source: Heritage Foundation
May 5, 2009
Please tax us!
According to the latest energy bill (H.R.2454) the government intends to set up a system to control carbon emission through "Cap and trade".
Each year the government would issue your company (you) a permit to emit a fixed amount of carbon. You will not be allowed to exceed your permitted amount. If you reduce the amount of carbon you emit you will be allowed to sell the excess allowance you have received. If exceed your allowance, you will be able to buy an additional allowance from the companies who have cut down their emission. You will also be able to buy allowances from companies that specialize in carbon reduction.
A government department will measure and track your carbon emission as well as control your allowances all trades.
An alternative to "cap and trade" is the carbon tax. You are taxed on the amount of carbon you emit. The government would still have to measure the pollution produced and tax accordingly.
Please make it simple and clear! Tax all fuels. If we use more fuel we emit more carbon and pay more. If we become more efficient we use less fuel and pay less, The system is already in place. You (The government) can start collecting the additional tax almost immediately and we (the taxpayers) will see where the money is spent.
April 27, 2009
GM (Government Motors) to cut 21,000 US factory jobs, shed Pontiac. The plan, which includes an offer to swap roughly $27 billion in bond debt for GM stock, would leave current shareholders holding just 1 percent of the century-old company, which is fighting for its life in the worst auto sales climate in 27 years. see Plan
Without energy there can be no industry.
Union leadership turned against energy and helped kill the automobile industry. We feel sorry for the thousands of great workers who are loosing their jobs and for the UAW which is loosing its industrial base.

The $2 trillion global warming tax

April 24, 2009 - Gore on climate: "take action to reduce greenhouse gases"
97% of the greenhouse gases is water vapor!! Al Gore is not planing to reducing water vapor!
Newt Gingrich: "This bill is an energy tax,"
Rep. John Dingell, Micigan: "is not convinced the bill will protect U.S. jobs especially if China is not forced to take similar actions.
Al Gore: "If the United States leads, China will follow," That is a lie! China said they would not reduce emissions.
Ralph Nader: "China will never agree to an emissions cap".     source
April 22, 2009
"The American people are ready to be part of a mission," Obama said in a speech in the Midwestern state of Iowa.
Really? Are they ready for a Carbon Tax plus a World Tax?
The British charity Oxfam said Wednesday that if the G8 failed to take the lead in the fight against global warming it would endanger hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
"We need governments to raise their game," said Oxfam International Executive Director Jeremy Hobbs, calling on wealthy countries to provide at least 50 billion dollars (38.5 billion euros) a year to help developing countries adapt to unavoidable climate change.     see: mission
April 23, 2007 to April 19, 2008
EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions and the way you live under the Clean Air Act..

Opinion of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to the original decision (April 2007)
I believe the ANPR demonstrates the Clean Air Act, an outdated law originally enacted to control regional pollutants that cause direct health effects, is ill-suited for the task of regulating global greenhouse gases. Based on the analysis to date, pursuing this course of action would inevitably result in a very complicated, time-consuming and, likely, convoluted set of regulations. These rules would largely pre-empt or overlay existing programs that help control greenhouse gas emissions and would be relatively ineffective at reducing greenhouse gas concentrations given the potentially damaging effect on jobs and the U.S. economy.
EPA's analyses leading up to this ANPR have increasingly raised questions of such importance that the scope of the agency's task has continued to expand. For instance, it has become clear that if EPA were to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles under the Clean Air Act, then regulation of smaller stationary sources that also emit GHGs - such as apartment buildings, large homes, schools, and hospitals - could also be triggered. One point is clear: the potential regulation of greenhouse gases under any portion of the Clean Air Act could result in an unprecedented expansion of EPA authority that would have a profound effect on virtually every sector of the economy and touch every household in the land. EPA document: Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions under the Clean Air Act
Massachusets vs EPA
Calling global warming .the most pressing environmental challenge of our time, the following groups of States, local governments, and private organizations, alleged that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) abdicated its responsibility to regulate the emissions of greenhouse gases:
California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.
District of Columbia, American Samoa, New York City, and Baltimore.
Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Food Safety, Conservation Law Foundation, Environmental Advocates, Environmental Defense, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, International Center for Technology Assessment, National Environmental Trust, Natural Resources Defense Council, Sierra Club, Union of Concerned Scientists, and U. S. Public Interest Research Group. Massachusets vs EPA
Opinions of the CO2 Litigation Group
"The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism, but under the name of liberalism, they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without ever knowing how it happened."
Norman Thomas: Socialist Party of America presidential candidate
March 2009
DOE: " will put American ingenuity and America's manufacturers to work producing next generation Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles and the advanced battery components that will make these vehicles run. "
But:     Where do we get the electricity from? Windmills will not drive our factories, offices, homes, trucks and cars!
February 2009
No Energy = No Jobs = No Recovery

•   Wind and solar are expensive sources of power. In addition, they require a costly new power grid and backup generators.
•   Production of bio-fuels consumes energy.
•   Coal power is cheap but clean coal plants are 50% less efficient. China is the largest consumer of coal in the world and are building, on average, one coal-fired power plant per week. It has one clean coal plant.
•   Nuclear power is clean and proven. China has seven nuclear power reactors under construction, and ten more about to start construction. All to be operational in 10 years. The US has 1 reactor under construction. If we want to compete with China and reduce our dependence on oil, we must have nuclear power.
•   Our climate has changed and will continue to change. Water vapor is a significant greenhouse gas. Carbon is not. A cap (tax) on carbon emission would be an impossible burden on industry and in turn on all consumers.
President Obama - February 2009
Track the recovery money.
A new government site promises: "The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be carried out with full transparency and accountability -- and is the centerpiece of that effort. In a short video, President Obama describes the site and talks about how you'll be able to track the Recovery Act's progress every step of the way.
Al Gore - November 9, 2008
"Thirty-five years ago this past week, President Richard Nixon created Project Independence, which set a national goal that, within seven years, the United States would develop "the potential to meet our own energy needs without depending on any foreign energy sources." . . . . Yet today, after all six of the presidents succeeding Nixon repeated some version of his goal, our dependence has doubled from one-third to nearly two-thirds - and many feel that global oil production is at or near its peak."
Al Gore served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1977 to 1985, the U. S. Senate from 1985 to 1993 and as Vice President from 1993 to 2001. He did nothing about energy for 24 years!
Promise them what they want and they will vote for you.
Student groups and environmentalists want a green economy. They are determined to "pull our nation out of its fossil fuel addiction, and declaring an end to coal and nuclear development"
Exactly what Obama promised,

Time to stop playing games.
With banks failing and billions spent on saving the economy we don't have time or money to test and subsidize windmills and other unproven forms of energy. The ethanol program proved to be an expensive failure. We can and should provide tax breaks as we did with other energy providers.
We must conserve like never before.
We have to drill for oil and gas here and as we do drastically reduce our imports. We cannot afford to continue sending 700 billion dollars and millions of jobs overseas.
We have to build safe and reliable nuclear power plants now. France can do it and so can we.
We must re-examine global warming. We have to be sure that reducing carbon will make a difference before we devote trillions of dollars and fail to halt climate change.
Creating 5 million green jobs sounds good and exporting green technology is a great idea but when you export the technology the jobs go with it.
For over thirty years Democrats have stopped every attempt to increase domestic energy production. It's time to get to work.
Economics 101:   Public Companies
Well managed:   Tax them to death.
Mis-managed:   Bail them out.
"A group of persons engaged in trying to influence legislators or other public officials in favor of a specific cause"
(American Heritage® Dictionary)
What are the most expensive causes today and who are their lobbyists?
Gore  --  cause: Global Warming
Pickens  --  cause: Wind & Gas Power
Both addressed the Senate for their cause.
The Platform of the American People
Newt Gingrich
At American Solutions, we spent six months conducting nationwide workshops, telephone town halls, and six national surveys to understand the key concerns of the American People.
The Platform of the American People is a solutions-oriented agenda that has overwhelming support of a majority of Americans, including majorities of Democrats, Republicans, and independents.
The Blueprint for Change
Barack Obama’s Plan for America
Foreign Oil - America’s 20-million-barrel-a-day oil habit costs our economy $1.4 billion a day, and $500 billion in 2006 alone. Every single hour, we spend $41 million on foreign oil. *
Climate Change - As a result of climate change, glaciers are melting faster; the polar ice caps are shrinking; trees are blooming earlier; more people are dying in heat waves; species are migrating, and eventually many will become extinct. **
* Thanks to Democrats who killed all energy plans since 1977. more
** We did not cause climate change and we will not stop it. more
Invest in Global Warming
Global warming is a multi billion dollar "industry"(aka scam). Investors led by Gore and Pickens are getting ready to make billions. Print & sell "carbon certificates". Collect subsidies. Reduce your taxes. Get an early start. Politicians have aleady in the green "industry"
Two investment groups headed or working with Al Gore are bound to spearhead the "industry"
Generation Investment Management and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB)
Disclosure: We have not invested in these companies

Oil and Security
During 2006 the United States consumed 20.7 million barrels (20.7 MMbd) of petroleum products per day.
At the same time the US produced about 5.1 million barrels per day (5.1 MMbd) and imported about 15.6 million barrels per day (15.6 MMbd) Petroleum products were imported from:
Canada - 17.2%
Mexico - 12.4%
Saudi Arabia - 10.7%
Venezuela - 10.4%
Nigeria - 8.1%
To secure our oil supply we have to reduce imports by about 50% or close to 8 million barrels per day.
There is no alternate fuel for airplanes, trucks and factories. We will be uing some oil for decades. We can and must use our own!
(data from:

Oil, Gas, Wind & T. Boone Pickens
Mr. T. Boone Pickens is the founder and Chairman of BP Capital. A stockholder in XTO Energy. A stockholder of Interoil. Owner of Mesa Power LP.
He is Big Oil, Big Gas and about to become Big Wind. But, he wants taxpayers to spend billions of dollars for a new electric grid for his part time electric power.         See details

to: Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid
The United States has sufficient natural resources within its boundaries to supply all of the energy needs of the country.
75 to 81% of the people want to use all available resources.
For the sake of the people of the United States please put your personal and political agenda aside and consider their jobs and their security. Stop blocking the use of these resources.

End of Global Warming?
David Evans, July 18, 2008
1. The greenhouse signature is missing.
2. There is no evidence to support the idea that carbon emissions cause significant global warming. None.
3. The satellites that measure the world's temperature all say that the warming trend ended in 2001, and that the temperature has dropped about 0.6C in the past year (to the temperature of 1980
4. The new ice cores show that in the past six global warmings over the past half a million years, the temperature rises occurred on average 800 years before the accompanying rise in atmospheric carbon. Which says something important about which was cause and which was effect.
Dr David Evans worked for the Australian Greenhouse Office from 1999 to 2005, building the carbon accounting model that Australia uses to track carbon in its biosphere for the purposes of the Kyoto Protocol. He is a mathematician and engineer, with six university degrees including a PhD from Stanford University.

Global Warming
and the Price of a Gallon of Gas
Jun 12, 2008. John Coleman,
founder of the Weather Channel

There is no significant man made global warming. There has not been any in the past, there is none now and there is no reason to fear any in the future. The climate of Earth is changing. It has always changed. But mankind's activities have not overwhelmed or significantly modified the natural forces.

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