Charity on May 28th, 2008

This is a wee bit disturbing.
The Australian Broadcasting Company has an interactive quiz on its website where you can answer lifestyle questions to calculate your carbon footprint and learn at what age you should die (or should have) so that you don’t use more than your fair share of the Earth’s resources.
I should have died [...]

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Charity on February 1st, 2008

A Russian scientist has a different explanation for “global warming” and predicts an ice age around 2055-2060, lasting 45-65 years.
He also said that in 2008, global temperatures would drop slightly, rather than rise, due to unprecedentedly low solar radiation in the past 30 years, and would continue decreasing even if industrial emissions of carbon dioxide [...]

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Charity on December 14th, 2007

Everything I love about capitalism and everything I hate about capitalism all rolled into one.

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Charity on April 2nd, 2007

This was originally published 3/30/07 at 5:18 PM, which was Friday evening, so I bumped it up to the top of the blog.
I want to talk about the environment. This is one of those issues that really shouldn’t be partisan, so I want to explore why, I think, it is.
I think there are a [...]

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Charity on March 29th, 2007

Last night was the night that the global warming “denier” S. Fred Singer spoke at UVM. The Free Press has an article about it.
I was not able to attend. I was hoping to go and blog about it, but that didn’t work out.
Here’s a quote from the article (emphasis mine):

In an interview before [...]

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Charity on March 17th, 2007

Speaking of global warming, I received this e-mail yesterday:
Great Spirits Seminar Seriespresents

S. Fred Singer, PhD
1500-Year Natural Cycle or Disaster Of Our Own Doing?
A look at the science and politics of global warming

With Opening Remarks from William R. Sayre, Economist, formerly with the Federal Reserve

March 28, 20077 p.m.University of Vermont Ira Allen Chapel
Are we to blame [...]

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Charity on March 16th, 2007

You know, after reading about Rep. Stark coming out of the closet on his atheism, or at least lack of belief in a supreme being, I started thinking about courage. I mean, it must have taken a lot of courage to come out as an atheist in this day and age of atheism persecution [...]

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Charity on February 27th, 2007

Let’s dispense with the discussion about whether or not global warming is indeed caused by man and warranting of a political solution.
Let’s, for the purpose of this post, assume that (1) the earth is indeed warming to the point that it will be disastrous to life as we know it, if it isn’t stopped, and [...]

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Charity on February 6th, 2007

Okay, this is my last post on Global Warming, or else I am going to have to make a category for it.
So, today, everyone was gushing over the announcement that Rep. Peter Welch is off-setting the carbon output of his DC office.
A Vermont company allows you to compute the carbon footprint of your household based [...]

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Charity on February 6th, 2007

Update (3:45 pm)
I came across this interesting piece on global warming today. I thought I would post it in honor of the anonymous commenter on this post yesterday.

Global Warming, as we think we know it, doesn’t exist. And I am not the only one trying to make people open up their eyes and see [...]

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