No, you are confused, lardy.<quoted text>You better re-check your stats there, Space Balls. It seems your government propagandists at NOAA got that date wrong. But I'll let you find out the answer, genius. Here's a hint, Clark Gable was a hot commodity when the "hottest month on record" happened.
As conservative governors criticize the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new rules designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, the mayors - many from cities already struggling with climate-change impacts - are taking steps and spending money to stem the damage.
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#51 Jul 2, 2014
#53 Jul 4, 2014
Wake up, sleepy. Smell the coffee.
DUMMERSTON, Vt.-- "Goodbye from the world's biggest polluter."
Those were President Bush's parting words to his fellow leaders as he left a private meeting during the Group of Eight summit in Japan earlier this month.
The leaders of the world's richest nations were discussing ways to cut carbon emissions. Even after years of watching President Bush's sophomoric behavior at these summits, they were a bit shocked at this.
At least President Bush was being honest, although China is now neck-and-neck with the United States for the title of world's leading producer of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
Contrast this behavior with that of the man who would've been elected president in 2000 if not for five conservative Supreme Court justices, former vice president Al Gore.
Last week, Gore offered this nation a challenge - the United States should commit itself to produce every kilowatt of electricity through wind, solar, geothermal and other non-greenhouse gas producing energy sources within 10 years.
It seems like an audacious goal, but its not. Gore's bipartisan group, the Alliance for Climate Protection, estimates it can be done for $1.5 trillion to $3 trillion of public and private money over the next 30 years - or roughly the same cost as building coal-burning power plants to satisfy future demand.
The moment for a plan like this has certainly arrived. The combination of global warming and out-of-control fossil fuel costs suddenly make the switch to green energy feasible.
#54 Jul 4, 2014
He also said the 'debate is over' without ever debating anyone.
Keep posting.... all that new CO2 you add to the atmosphere make you the bigger dupe.
#56 Jul 8, 2014
You? A denier parrot.. NO NO
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