January 07, 2013

What global warming? - part 94 (or so)

Even the BBC has been reporting that it's a cold winter in China. Richard North expands on this ... oh yes, and in India ... oh yes, and Alaska.

Don't the green dullards realise how ridiculous all this makes them look?

Or when you have warming which is global, are colder winters over wide areas to be expected?

It wouldn't be so bad if the logic of their energy pricing policies didn't point to shutting down much of our remaining industry while we shiver.

It's going to look even more pointless if energy from thorium proves commercial. If thorium proves good for 20,000 years of energy supply, the puritans and their windmills will be not just discredited but reviled.

And this generation of politicians will be ridiculed for ever.

3 comments:

Highland Cooncil said...

Reach down your hand from on high; deliver me and rescue me from the mighty waters, from the hands of foreigners whose mouths are full of lies, whose right hands are deceitful (Psalm 144:5-8).

A K Haart said...

I'm sure China hopes to patent a cheap and reliable thorium technology and export around the world. Especially as it can be modular and largely factory built.

Still, we have our windmills.

James Higham said...

This thorium is worth exploring a bit more.