Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Three environmentalism posts

First: Who cares about tourists visiting Scotland? Not wind power supporters.

Second: One of the most important variables in our general understanding of climate involves the effects of clouds.  And one of the main reasons that alarmist models are horrifically bad with climate predictions is because they don't account for the effects of clouds accurately.  Given that, you'd think that our understanding of their effects would be on the rise; alas, as this article makes clear, our understanding of their effects is actually becoming more, er, cloudy.

Third, trouble brewing for California's liberal pot-heads: turns out growing pot is a massive CO2 source.