Friday, November 27, 2009

Stick a Fork In It: Cap-and-Trade is Done

Oh, I do hope so.

UPDATE: Hilariously snarky comment on the whole Greenie enterprise/scam/confidence trick:
"Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach. Those who can’t, and can’t teach, create a fake ecological disaster so that they can get grant money."

Here's more hoping. Of course, the climate change gang has so much invested in this enterprise that they will not go quietly into the night, probably.

Nerd News Update: The best thing to do is to FREE THE DATA! The University of East Anglia has ordered the immediate release of all data files, but at this point the university is basically in full CYA/damage control mode.

Then take a look at this: they've dumped their data. Basically, this wrecks their credibility. If your conclusions cannot be checked independently against the raw data, then you haven't got a leg to stand on, because your "conclusions" then fall into the category of "stuff you just made up."

Oh, and check out the inimitable quote-maker Mark Steyn on this: "Who peer-reviews the peer-reviewers?" amid this "climate change tree-ring circus."

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