Saturday, May 04, 2013

Radical Premises in Sustainability Reform « Journal of Sustainability Education
Will strict laws be necessary to prevent us from getting fat, using energy as if it were limitless, and fomenting conflict with most anyone who does not believe in our god or practice free market economics?...We recognize that climate change has progressed at a far greater pace than models predicted 30 years ago  [Via MT]
Ed Driscoll » 21st Century Reactionary Religious Fanatics Photograph Themselves Burning Books
Oh, that liberal fascism: If your first thought when looking at the above image from Fran├žois Truffaut’s 1966 film version of Bradbury’s seminal Fahrenheit 451 is: “Burning books? Capital idea, old sport!”, you might just be cut out for academia: “San Jose State University Meteorology decides burning books they don’t agree with is better than reading them,” as spotted by Anthony Watts...
Goebbel Warming | National Review Online
[Mark Steyn] The climate crowd is very partial to Nazi analogies. Self-inducted Nobel Laureate Michael Mann (currently suing National Review and yours truly for mocking his hockey stick) likes to call his opponents “deniers“. Offset baron Al Gore talks of an ecological Kristallnacht.

Yet, when it comes to book burning, they’re happy to be the Nazis – and, like their libricidal predecessors, proud to be photographed in the act

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