"This is an inevitable result of all this rhetoric and parts of the Green New Deal and the whole climate agenda," states Climate Depot's Marc Morano, a skeptic of catastrophic man-made climate change. "They have been pushing for lifestyle changes with eating; and in New York City, they're now trying to ban hot dogs, processed meats."
“The kids tease me about it. But that’s such a better way to say goodbye than shooting a bunch of carbon into the atmosphere,” said Baker, who founded the climate change-focused Edwards Mother Earth Foundation...
According to the bill's language, this is the practice of "contained, accelerated conversion of human remains to soil." ..."We have learned over time that there are some more environmentally friendly and safe ways of disposing of human remains," Pedersen said.
Dr. Lubos Motl: "The effect of the New York ban on the temperature of Earth is again in tens of microkelvins – it's totally negligible. Will you seriously cripple the quality of your life because of some microkelvins, especially if you know that the weather will be infinitesimally better if you eat some of the processed food? ... I think it will be necessary to separate the people like Bill de Blasio from the sane people who understand why such bans are insane, unscientific, medieval rituals."
"The degree of insanity that these people are spreading in the world – and their impact (the New York City is more than just an average village) – are reaching truly dangerous proportions."
"This is inevitable – and what I mean by that is the George W. Bush administration did not push back or try to change anything," argues Marc Morano of Climate Depot. "They rubber-stamped United Nations reports and they never challenged the underpinning of this science that claims that our oil and gas are creating a climate catastrophe." Morano, Marc (Climate Depot)Morano says Barack Obama came into office and made it worse – and he contends the current administration needs to shoulder some blame as well.
"The Trump administration has not challenged the endangerment finding that the Obama administration implemented that says carbon dioxide is a danger to our atmosphere," says Morano, "[and] the Trump administration has not yet appointed a presidential commission to reexamine the science."
Because of that, Morano asks: "Who can blame a judge?" "It's amazing more judges haven't come to this ruling," he continues. "The time has come to officially start challenging the scientific claims of the United Nations and pushing back on this nonsense – and until that happens, I'm not even confident that, if this goes to the Supreme Court, it will go our way at this point."
Morano: "Let's distinguish between actual pollution and carbon dioxide emissions and yes there's all kinds of technology and improvement and infrastructure development you can do to improve the results of coal burning to clean up your air and Poland is doing that.
But in terms of what Dominic just said about the history of Poland to be dominated by Germany then decades under the Soviet Union all they've done now is essentially replaced a new regulatory body that's come in and it's going to be the EU in the UN telling Poland how they can do their energy mix 79% of Poland is coal miners it's one of the most revered institutions polling shows that pulp mine workers are considered higher the highest most respected citizens in the country this is part of Polish nationalism there's nothing wrong with it.
What I would say to Poland is join President Trump join Brazil join these other countries that are taking a hard look at leaving the UN Paris pact."
'In the case of the Paris process, he has succeeded almost without trying. The answer to the question, “Which major country in the world has most successfully reduced its CO2 emissions?” is, “The United States of America”. US emissions hit a 25-year low last year. This success has nothing to do with the UN caravan, which has rolled on for 30 years, or, indeed, with Mr Trump. It has everything to do with the shale revolution – the triumph of much cleaner fossil fuels. Energy prices are falling.'
'Perhaps if Copenhagen had taken place before the global credit crunch of 2008, the world would have swallowed anything. The great paradox of greenery is that it is a boom phenomenon: only when a society is awash with dosh does it start believing it wouldn’t mind getting poorer. By December 2009, however, the dosh had evaporated.'