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More Anti-human Enviro Lunacy

November 8th, 2010 by Mike N · 15 Comments · Environmentalism, Uncategorized

Critics of environmentalism like Objectivists and many private scientists (private means not bought and paid for with government money ) have long contended that the green movement is against all forms of energy production. Ample evidence of this lies in the fact that whenever any kind of power plant is proposed, green groups immediately file […]

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Exploit the Earth Day

April 21st, 2010 by Mike N · 12 Comments · Environmentalism, Uncategorized

Tomorrow, April 22nd is Exploit the Earth Day. This year I plan to celebrate it, weather permitting, by burning some scrap wood in my burner. This will of course release valuable carbon dioxide into the atmosphere thus warming our planet. You see warming the Earth will make growing seasons longer and this will benefit almost […]

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A Matter of Time

February 9th, 2010 by Bill Brown · 2 Comments · Environmentalism

Joe Romm may think this is the worst Super Bowl commercial {via} ever, but I have to disagree: I believe that Audi intended it as a caricature: the only difference is that there is not yet an actual police force dedicated to environmental law enforcement at such a visible level. The absurd, petty laws from […]

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The Trick

December 6th, 2009 by Bill Brown · 1 Comment · Environmentalism

Here’s a lighter take on Climategate:

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Opening the Climategates

December 4th, 2009 by Bill Brown · 13 Comments · Environmentalism

The release of previously-sequestered emails, documents, and program code offered confirmation of what many anthropogenic global warming (AGW) skeptics always suspected: the politicization of climate science had utterly corrupted the findings. Those findings, viz. that global warming was taking place and that man’s actions had brought it about, formed the basis for broad international agreements […]

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Be Afraid!

August 24th, 2009 by Myrhaf · Comments Off on Be Afraid! · Environmentalism

Here are two new scares the environmentalists are throwing at the wall to see if they stick: Water footprints and oxygen depletion. That’s right, producing consumer goods uses too much water. If that’s not bad enough, man is depleting the oxygen in our atmosphere. If we don’t assign some noble bureaucrats to regulate these horrors […]

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Good, Bad and Amusing

July 23rd, 2009 by Mike N · Comments Off on Good, Bad and Amusing · Culture, Environmentalism

ARCTV has a 2min. video by Yaron Brook on the subject of sacrifice vs trade. While this subject needs a lot more coverage in today’s culture, Mr. Brook as usual, nails the essentials. ******************************************* I know this is a few days old but I think it’s noteworthy anyway. The newest burden you will be asked […]

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Climate Change Truth

June 29th, 2009 by Bill Brown · 16 Comments · Environmentalism

A senior EPA scientist was rebuffed after trying to distribute a report expressing doubts about a pending global warming policy. He was told that it would not be released since it might jeopardize the policy, the Competitive Enterprise Institute has discovered. The author took the EPA to task for relying on outdated research and for […]

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One Liberty, Indivisible

June 3rd, 2009 by Jim May · 5 Comments · Culture, Environmentalism, The Horror File

A few weeks ago, conservative John Derbyshire posted a revealing item over at National Review Online.  It is revealing, in that it exposes one of the fundamental commonalities between conservatism and the Left, that sets them in opposition to Americanism: the idea that there are different (and contradictory) “kinds” of freedom. Notice that Derbyshire characterizes […]

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The Not To Be Developed India

May 14th, 2009 by Mike N · 4 Comments · Environmentalism

I have posted here before about how environmentalists are anti-human life. Another example of same is found in the May edition of Ward’s AutoWorld in an editorial by editor Drew Winter titled “Criticism of Tata Nano Wrong Headed.” For the uninformed (like me) Mr. Winter writes: “The Tata Nano, a tiny car with average fuel […]

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May 10th, 2009 by Mike N · 3 Comments · Environmentalism

Evidently, some eco nuts ran into reality. Billy Beck at Two-Four reports that: “An expedition team which set sail from Plymouth on a 5,000-mile carbon emission-free trip to Greenland have been rescued by an oil tanker.” They just don’t get it. Update; corrected typo

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Junk Science Squared

April 24th, 2009 by Mike N · 3 Comments · Environmentalism

This being the week of Earth Day, itself a product of junk science, I thought two more examples of same would be in order. Junkfood Science has a remarkable post by the name ‘Rejection of science squared’. What’s amazing is that any paper or journal would be willing to publish such a speculative, assumptive, wishful […]

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Earth Day = Guilt Trip

April 22nd, 2009 by Mike N · 9 Comments · Environmentalism

Environmentalism today is more about misanthropy and human sacrifice than it is about saving nature. Saving nature is only the rationalization behind a more insideous motive, hatred for man’s mind. Here are some quotes from the horses’ mouths. At the website are these three quotes, (with a link to even more): Human beings, as […]

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The Nature of Earth Day

April 22nd, 2009 by Bill Brown · 1 Comment · Environmentalism

I think one of the best concretizations of the true nature of environmentalism that I’ve found is this Wondermark comic: Earth Day (and the movement that goes with it) isn’t so much about bringing humanity up to the level of the Jetsons or Star Trek as it is of reducing our presence back to the […]

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Earth Day is Anti-Mind

April 22nd, 2009 by Mike N · 6 Comments · Environmentalism

Earth Day is hear once again and so are the calls for human sacrifices. Humans, we are told, must give up their technological way of life for a more austere one in order to save the planet. But saving the planet is not the real goal of the environmentalists. Human sacrifice is the real political […]

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Hybrids: A Malignant Mythology

April 5th, 2009 by Inspector · 11 Comments · Environmentalism, Politics

Congress and the media’s continual criticism of the domestic auto industry is that they lost out because they weren’t being enough like Toyota. (No, I don’t mean using non-union labor. Of course they didn’t mean that.) The repeated cry is that Detroit failed because they were “living in the past” by building large and powerful […]

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The Mask Comes Off

March 23rd, 2009 by Chuck · 10 Comments · Environmentalism

Environmentalists must really be feeling their oats, these days.  The boldest among them are no longer even bothering to conceal or deny their real goal — the elimination of the plague, man, from the face of the earth.  Their initial trial balloon, launched in Great Britain, calls for cutting that nation’s population in half.  It used to […]

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Alternative to Earth Hour

March 22nd, 2009 by Amy Nasir · 13 Comments · Culture, Environmentalism

On Saturday, March 28, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., in contrast to the dubious “Earth Hour,” there are a couple of new movements celebrating the achievements of Thomas Edison and those men and women who—as Ayn Rand eloquently phrased—”took first steps, down new roads, armed with nothing but their own vision.”  In honor of Edison Hour, […]

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Junk Science Mar 09

March 19th, 2009 by Mike N · 1 Comment · Environmentalism

One of the reasons that government seems to be on a fast track to total power over all of us via the politicization of science is that John Q Public has little knowledge of basic science. By way of of March 16th is a post which links to Softpedia and an article on the […]

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The Non-Problem of Nuclear Wastes

March 7th, 2009 by Chuck · 2 Comments · Environmentalism

Thirty years ago Petr Beckmann, a professor of electrical engineering, published a pamphlet titled The Non-Problem of Nuclear Wastes.  In it he showed that while no source of energy is entirely free of waste storage dangers, nuclear waste was less of a problem than any other viable energy source, especially coal.  Among the many problems of […]

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