January 8, 2011
Now that freon has been banned for decades, the ozone hole keeps merrily chugging along. Curious observers would say maybe it wasn’t CFCs causing the hole and the junk science pushing the hoax was at faults? hmmm, more liberal lies for the people to be controlled with. The truth slowly leaks out of the ozone hole lies:
Dr. Wil Happer of Princeton wrote “The Montreal Protocol to ban freons was the warm-up exercise for the IPCC. Many current IPCC players gained fame then by stampeding the US Congress into supporting the Montreal Protocol. They learned to use dramatized, phony scientific claims like “ozone holes over Kennebunkport” (President Bush Sr’s seaside residence in New England). The ozone crusade also had business opportunities for firms like Dupont to market proprietary “ozone-friendly” refrigerants at much better prices than the conventional (and more easily used) freons that had long-since lost patent protection and were not a cheap commodity with little profit potential” (link).
Flawed data collection, or faked science the tools of leftists worldwide. Crony capitalists, pushing faked science at the behest of control freaks like Obama worldwide. It’s a viscous stew free people are swimming in, with no reality in sight. And the UN hoaxers are conducting the scams. Their only hope is to educate themselves to expose the lies.
Is faked environmentalism the home of communists worldwide? Seems so.
April 13, 2010
More people have been killed by Oregon’s windmills than died at Three Mile Island;
Today, 20 percent of America’s electricity, and 69 percent of its carbon-free generation of electricity, is from nuclear plants. But it has been 30 years since America began construction on a new nuclear reactor.
France gets 80 percent of its electricity from nuclear power; China is starting construction of a new reactor every three months. Meanwhile, America, which pioneered nuclear power, is squandering money on wind power, which provides 1.3 percent of the nation’s electricity: it is slurping up $30 billion of tax breaks and other subsidies amounting to $18.82 per megawatt-hour, 25 times as much per megawatt-hour as the combined subsidies for all other forms of electricity production.
Wind power involves gargantuan “energy sprawl.” To produce 20 percent of America’s power by wind, which the Obama administration dreamily proposes, would require 186,000 tall turbines—40 stories tall, their flashing lights can be seen for 20 miles—covering an area the size of West Virginia. The amount of electricity that would be produced by wind turbines extending the entire 2,178 miles of the Appalachian Trail can be produced by four reactors occupying four square miles of land.
Why isn’t the green weenies concerned with the bird kill and gigantic land blight this causes to their “pristine lands”. Remember when we were so concerned about urban sprawl, well this dwarfs the whole sprawl argument.
Does anyone want to take shot at why we never hear how cheap electricity from wind power really is? __ LOL
February 4, 2010
The New York Post Spells it out …
The media gave big headlines to this week’s stories on a prestigious British medical publication’s retraction of an article that had claimed to show a causal link between standard childhood vaccinations (measles, mumps and rubella) and autism.
Yet the coverage of the Lancet affair didn’t truly convey the outrageousness of the original publication or the gravity of its consequences — consequences long festering, since the paper was published not last week but 12 years ago.
Arguably the liberals Junk Science craze started with DDT, next up was the CFCs and the Ozone Hole, apples with ALAR, and now the fraud of man-made global warming.
September 22, 2009
Anybody that had eaten carrots within one year of their death, died of carrot poisoning.
Steve Milloy at Junk Science has the story on the bogus healthcare study about those that died because they had no healthcare insurance. The study concludes that 45,000 people die each year because they have no health care insurance.
Of course they don’t mention that it is the law of the land that anyone must be treated for anything at any hospital emergency room regardless whether you are in the USA legally or not. They must be treated, period, regardless of costs.
Steven Milloy’s “junk science” detector began running high when he got a hold of a new study appearing in the American Journal of Public Health that claims nearly 45,000 Americans die each year from lack of health insurance.
According to the study, titled “Health Insurance and Mortality in U.S. Adults,” working-age Americans have a 40 percent higher risk of death than their privately insured counterparts.
Mr. Milloy, founder and publisher of Junkscience.com and co-founder and portfolio manager for the Free Enterprise Action Fund, said the study was created to boost President Obama’s health care agenda. Mr. Milloy noted that Mr. Obama said during the joint session of Congress on health care reform last week that people would die if they didn’t have health insurance. Read the rest of this entry »