In the Pipeline:7/10/13

This is a fun read…if you’re a Communist. Fox News (7/9/13) reports: “The Obama administration should dramatically reorganize the relationships between America’s federal departments and agencies, and overcome legal barriers to help install the nebulous principle of “sustainability” across government, the economy and society at large, according to a new National Research Council study sponsored by many of the federal departments that would be most affected.”

Don’t tell Harry Reid. Atlas Obscura reports: “Two billion years ago, the uranium-rich mineral deposits became flooded with groundwater, setting off a self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. The energy that was subsequently released then raised temperatures enough to begin boiling away the water, but when the mineral deposits eventually cooled down the nuclear reactions would start back up again. By examining the levels of certain isotopes of xenon gas (a byproduct of the uranium fission process) in the surrounding rock, scientists have determined the natural reactor proceeded in this start-stop fashion at intervals of about two and a half hours.”

There is no doubt that this guy did not get the memo about the science being settled and the President having no time to debate it (right before jetting off to his vacation in Africa). There is also no doubt that he will get a bad tent in the reeducation camp. Leavenworth St.(6/24/13) reports: “A very strange thing has been happening on the way to the global meltdown. The temperature has stopped going up. For the last 15 years. Yes, that’s quite a long time, but only recently have the mainstream media, and parts of the climate science community, felt compelled to recognize it.”

Like the young man at the end says: the carbon tax is ‘basically a gun to your head.’ E&E News (7/9/13) reports: “In a suburban city hall three weeks ago, about a dozen Republicans in their 20s practiced their plans to make climate change a central issue for conservatives. The Wisconsin students participated in a five-hour meeting with former Rep. Bob Inglis (R-S.C.) to establish the groundwork for a campaign designed to recruit young conservatives who want to wrestle the climate issue away from Democrats.”

It’s refreshing to find a few intellectually honest folks on the other side. They are few and far between. The Daily Kos (7/7/13) reports: “My colleagues in the environmental movement are fond of showing the Gasland video products to citizens and claiming to use the movies as an ‘educational’ tool. The problem with Gasland is that it is entertainment that actually is ‘science denial’ and thus not fitting as an educational documentary or journalism.”

Senator Blutarsky reviews Gasland II.

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