Monthly Archives: November 2009

Climate Change E Mails

They continue to roil the thesis and as more of them are brought to our attention and analyzed, it becomes clearer that the arguments being proffered that they are not an indictment of the entire process that many have used … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Politics

16 Ships Pollute as Much as All Cars in World?

Yes, that is what this article claims and it is another in many strange government actions around the whole issue of global warming. An excerpt. “We’ve all noticed it. The filthy black smoke kicked out by funnels on cross-Channel ferries, … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Environmentalism

California & Texas, Part Two

I posted on California and Texas a few days ago, and now this blog post from New Geography adds further insight. An excerpt. “I know there have been a lot of articles and references to Texas vs. California recently in … Continue reading

Posted in demographics, Economy, Politics

Protecting the Salmon

The Sacramento Bee reports on an excellent new—and very common sense—program for helping salmon spawn in streams. An excerpt. “BROWNSVILLE – Little-known Honcut Creek is the one place where imperiled California salmon might be able to make a comeback. “It’s … Continue reading

Posted in Hatcheries

Happy Thanksgiving!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Posted in Holiday

Hacked Emails & Global Warming

The Wall Street Journal continues to produce the best follow up on the hacked emails from a human-caused global warming science group that appears to show methods being utilized to hinder, rather than further, full scientific review of the issue. … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Politics

Hacked Emails & Global Warming

This Wall Street Journal article really hones in on the implications of the information being uncovered on these emails we posted on the other day. An excerpt. “This is downright Orwellian. What the Post describes is not a vigorous debate … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Politics