We’ve been waiting a long time for this. When “W” leaves office, a flood of new information about domestic spying, torture, detainments, Iraq war intelligence manipulation, etc., will begin to drench this impoverished nation with the changing of the guard.
As my story on energy, climate, and misery winds its way to the printers this week, I am stung by how many things keep getting worse. The pace of carbon dioxide emissions increasing over last decade’s; scientists slack-jawed at the potential carbon-fueled demise of our oceans, and the son-of-a-Bush that just won’t quit his apparent pact to run the living earth into the ground for the sake of profits.
Now I know Lone Star politicos aren’t traditionally the cheerleading sort — especially when it comes to entering into “entangling alliances” (lest they be petrol-based), suspicious treaties (only “free” trade […]
There are already enough people arguing about global warming policy. It wouldn’t help for the State Climatologist to step into the fray. He’s too valuable a researcher. Apparently.
I just submitted this to atmo.sphere, where Texas’ state climatologist has a blog. I thought some of you may be interested. (And, yes, I could have spent a few minutes […]
You know where I stand on the McCain/Clinton idiocracy of a gas-tax-free summer on ozone alone. But this week, as Clinton danced around gargling free petroleum cake and running ads […]
Purdue researchers have shrunken that “big blunt tool” of generalized carbon anxiety in this age of pending carbon regulation and forged a fine, sharp “scalpel” to ID CO2 emissions. Bush […]