Hide The Decline

3 Comments

  1. Now the East Anglia guys have agreed to release their data. Only, they’ve already admitted that they got rid of their raw data.

  2. R says:

    Interesting. However, to think that alternative energy sources will not be needed in the future is stupidity. There’s a reason why it’s called “non-renewable” energy.

    Not to mention, what’s wrong with reducing carbon emissions for whatever reason?

  3. Phelps says:

    Well, as an abiotic oil advocate, I don’t think that it is non-renewable. I would like to see more efficient systems put in place, but for stuff where the actual engineering works out, reality is pushing us towards things like the (relatively) small buried nuclear reactors.

    I’m all for reducing pollution, but I’ve seen nothing reliable that says that CO2 (the “carbon” we keep trying to regulate) is a pollutant. The only harm claimed from it is greenhouse warming; if greenhouse warming is bullshit, there’s no reason to clamp down on it. Stuff that actually causes harm, like CO and SO2, I’m all for reducing. Getting rid of the gas that plants crave, I’m not down for that.