Patterico's Pontifications

5/23/2010

Climate Change News (Updated)

Filed under: Environment — DRJ @ 9:58 am

[Guest post by DRJ]

The newest global threat? Global cooling:

“Noted scientists at a Chicago climate conference declare that global warming is not only dead, but that the planet faces a big chill for decades to come. What about those frozen wind turbines?

It’s not exactly Copenhagen or Kyoto, but the 700 scientists attending the fourth International Conference on Climate Change, sponsored by the Heartland Institute, had some chilling news of their own in the most liberal sense.

“Global warming is over — at least for a few decades,” Don Easterbrook, emeritus professor of geology at Western Washington University, told the gathering. “However, the bad news is that global cooling is even more harmful to humans than global warming, and a cause for greater concern.”

Here’s one small but expensive concern:

“We see a bit of irony in an early February report that 11, 115-foot-tall wind turbines installed to provide power to 11 Minnesota towns were not functioning because they couldn’t handle the record cold temperatures of a harsh winter.”

As a candidate, President Obama wanted to harness clean, renewable energy like those Minnesota wind turbines to reduce demand for foreign energy, protect the environment, and fight global warming.

I think they call that an EPIC FAIL.

– DRJ

UPDATE: Mike K posts a photo of snow today in Lake Arrowhead, California, with a forecast for more next week — the weekend before Memorial Day.

Rape Suspect was Deported Nine Times

Filed under: Crime,Deport the Criminals First,Immigration — Jack Dunphy @ 8:19 am

[Guest post by Jack Dunphy]

Seattle’s KING TV (via Drudge):

“[A]n illegal immigrant accused of raping a woman in Edmonds Sunday has been deported nine times. That’s much more than previously reported.”

Heavens. I hope the poor man wasn’t racially profiled in any of those nine deportations.

–Jack Dunphy

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