“Heh Al Gore…” says this Joe Bastardi Tweet.
The convergence of events that made Sandy a superstorm was just “random bad luck.”
“If a foreign nation had launched an attack on America to destroy its coal-fired plants, to shut down its coal mines, and to thwart its ability to drill for oil and natural gas, we would be at war with it.”
“On the other side of the globe, Ballarat records the coldest November 1st in recorded history
“It’s only November 1 but the first sightings of snow in Ireland are in, “ says this article on Joe.ie/news. “Is this the start of a long, hard, cold winter? We sincerely hope not but let’s face it, it’s not a great start.”
Thanks to Shane Keaveney for this link
“I think people are starting to wake up to the truth about our climate,” says Shane. “I just feel sorry for the younger generations that have been brain washed with the global warming bullshit for so long.. :/”
Emissions of CO2 are not so great effect on the climate we previously thought,
“Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded,”
Ultimately, while millions of Americans light candles in the dark or hope their flashlight batteries hold out, we have to ask WHY the Obama administration has waged a war on the provision of electricity.
Critics say oil sands fuel “does not fit our values.” Perhaps they “prefer values espoused in alternative oil-supplying nations on rights of women, children, gays and foreign housekeepers; stoning, lashing and lopping off hands and heads.”
More than the area of France in one week.