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  • costrike 12:28 am on November 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: adam werbach, climate change, Rep. Shimkus, The Atlantic   


    Adam Werbach takes on Rep. Shimkus’ views on climate change. I’ll pass on comment for reasons of decorum, but advise you to check it out, and don’t miss the “interesting” reader discussion. (Why do people waste their time reading The Atlantic when their views are obviously so contrary to anything that will ever be printed there?)
    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2010/11/climate-change-denier-aims-to-chair-house-energy-committee/66374/

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  • costrike 10:46 pm on November 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: adam werbach, andrew winston, climate brad, , , end of the line, Fred Upton, geo-engineering, green advantage, michael marshall, montreal protocol, nathaniel baker, overfishing, tea party, triplepundit.com   

    Climate Hawks – Evening Roundup for 11/10/10 


    Climate Hawks,

    A little variation on the format tonight.  I’m testing out the Twitter Blackbird Pie functionality which allows me to pull in the tweets which led me to the following articles.  Please let me know what you think of this and comment away on the articles.

    Thanks and have a great night!

    -Chris

    1. Brad Johnson of Climate Progress reports that the witch hunt is on as “Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI & confirmed `climatezombie), the top candidate for the chairmanship of the House energy committee, questioned the science of man-made global warming and called for Congressional hearings to investigate climate scientists.”  We all better be ready to defend our scientists.  A full-blown inquisition is a good recipe for a dark age at a time when we are in dire need of technological advances.

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