Category: envirowackos

gobar gas

Gobar Gas Go read the whole article, it’s three pages, but there are lots of pictures. This is very interesting technology. Basically you make a concrete pit with a domed top and dump in poop (people as well as animal) and you end up with good fertilizer (better than raw poop) and a biogas that [Continue]

ike

Well, Ike has come and gone, as far as I can tell, and didn’t do much where. Although I hear Ike hit Houston like it was Tina: pretty much fucked it up.

brrrrr

Ran across this, thought it was interesting: North Pole ice melting fear mongers strike out “Kudos to John L. Daly, who has written a very interesting study of ice at the North Pole. Global Warmists are once again observing cyclical changes and declaring them “proof” of the dire effects of global warming. Among the interesting [Continue]

the evidence was not conclusive, but why wait until we were certain when it appeared we needed to act quickly?

No smoking hot spot “I DEVOTED six years to carbon accounting, building models for the Australian Greenhouse Office. I am the rocket scientist who wrote the carbon accounting model (FullCAM) that measures Australia’s compliance with the Kyoto Protocol, in the land use change and forestry sector. FullCAM models carbon flows in plants, mulch, debris, soils [Continue]

quote of the day

“I would like to point out that before the introduction of cattle, millions upon millions of buffalo dominated the Great Plains of America. They were so thick you could not see where the herd started and where it ended. I can only assume that the anti-meat, manmade global warming crowd must believe that buffalo farts [Continue]

cars and gas

“The price of petrol should therefore become less relevant to Americans, as they cop on to themselves and buy more efficient cars. The Citroën C2 that I have does 70mpg! Try getting worked up putting 40 euro worth into the tank every 2.5 months – it’s impossible!” I see that a lot, or similar, but [Continue]

sting stung

‘It’s true – we’re hypocrites over our huge carbon footprint,’ confesses Sting’s wife “Their claim to be eco-warriors has been met with cynicism in recent times. Sting, for instance, notched up an incredible number of air miles with his band’s world tour. And it was revealed that his wife Trudie Styler travels between their seven [Continue]

peak oil?

I’m sure y’all have heard the screeching or the gnashing and moaning about peak oil, right? How we’re about to run out of oil. Or how we’re about to get to the point where there will only be less oil from now on, we’ve reached the “peak” of production. Wikipedia defines it as “the point [Continue]

watermelon

Heard an envirowacko called a watermelon today. Took me a minute to get it, but it fits so well. Why? Because they are green on the outside and red on the inside. Scratch and envirowacko and you get a commie, every damn time.

unintended consequences

How Government Makes Things Worse: “WHAT DO ethanol and the subprime mortgage meltdown have in common? Each is a good reminder of that most powerful of unwritten decrees, the Law of Unintended Consequences – and of the all-too-frequent tendency of solutions imposed by the state to exacerbate the harms they were meant to solve. Take [Continue]