Monday, June 29, 2009

An inconvenient truth?

Oh how wonderful it is to see that the perpetual hoax of man-made global warming has been exposed by none other than an insider within the EPA!

The Competitive Enterprise Institute has obtained internal EPA e-mails that show the agency willfully and recklessly disregarded scientific data that undermined the bureaucracy's global warming zealotry. This information is especially relevant as Congress rushes to pass the cap-and-trade nightmare on Friday.
Note especially this warning to the dissenting scientist (Alan Carlin): "The time for such discussion of fundamental issues has passed for this round. The administrator and the administration has decided to move forward on endangerment, and your comments do not help the legal or policy case for this decision... I can only see one impact of your comments given where we are in the process, and that would be a very negative impact on our office."
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The emails, attached hereto, consist of the following:
1) a March 12 email from Al McGartland, Office Director of EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE), to Alan Carlin, Senior Operations Research Analyst at NCEE, forbidding him from speaking to anyone outside NCEE on endangerment issues;
2) a March 16 email from Mr. Carlin to another NCEE economist, with a cc to Mr. McGartland and two other NCEE staffers, requesting that his study be forwarded to EPA's Office of Air and Radiation, which directs EPA's climate change program. The email notes the quantity of peer-reviewed references in the study, and defends its inclusion of new research as well. It states Mr. Carlin's view that "the critical attribute of good science is its correspondence to observable data rather than where it appears in the technical literature." It goes on to point out that the new studies "explain much of the observational data that have been collected which cannot be explained by the IPCC models." (Emphases added);
3) a March 17 email from Mr. McGartland to Mr. Carlin, stating that he will not forward Mr. Carlin's study. "The time for such discussion of fundamental issues has passed for this round. The administrator and the administration has decided to move forward on endangerment, and your comments do not help the legal or policy case for this decision... I can only see one impact of your comments given where we are in the process, and that would be a very negative impact on our office." (Emphasis added);
4) a second March 17 email from Mr. McGartland to Mr. Carlin, dated eight minutes later, stating " I don't want you to spend any additional EPA time on climate change."
Mr. McGartland's emails demonstrate that he was rejecting Mr. Carlin's study because its conclusions ran counter to EPA's proposed position


I don't feel too bad for Al Gore though...After all he has made $100 million on this perpetual fraud...Hopefully this garbage cap and trade bill will be DoA when it reaches the Senate.


In other news...I saw Transformers 2 over the weekend. You know what? I liked it. Not as much as the first one, but I liked it. Did it have some silly points? Yes. The ebonic spewing autobot twins were a bit ridiculous, but contrary to the fragile psyche of those residing in the ever-nauseating PC world, they were not racist. Newsflash, there are indeed people in the world who act and speak like that. Thing #2 they are TALKING ROBOTS THAT TRANSFORM INTO CARS! Holy crap, get over it...Since when is it ok for the Wayans brothers to parody white girls, but the same can't be done with giant robots who are apparently from Compton? Please... Go see the movie, it's never going to be cinematic gold, but then, I'm pretty sure it's not supposed to be. What it is, is entertaining and a film that makes me want a 2010 yellow Camaro with black racing stripes!

2 Comments:

At 4:29 PM, Blogger Greg said...

Mike, isn't the CEI funded by Exxon Mobil?

I wanted to see Transformers 2, but not because of talking robots...

 
At 1:43 AM, Blogger goose said...

Greg, CEI is indeed funded by Exxon, as well as: Aequus Institute, Amoco Foundation, Inc., Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Coca-Cola Company, CSX Corporation, Earhart Foundation, Ford Motor Company Fund, Koch Family Foundations Philip Morris Companies, Inc., Pfizer Inc., Precision Valve Corporation, Texaco, Inc. (Texaco Foundation), amongst others.

However, this is completely irrelevant. The events did in fact occur...

Now as for Transformers 2 the only other possible reason I can think of for seeing it (other than the robots) is Megan Fox? ;) That would work. However, she is way more attractive in the first movie!

P.S. when're we hitting the links?

 

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