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    ‘Greenland heatwave scam’: WaPo & McKibben claim ‘Greenland’s heat wave…highest ever

    ‘Greenland heatwave scam’: WaPo & McKibben claim ‘Greenland’s heat wave…highest ever recorded’ – CORRECTION: This is NONSENSE! ‘Nothing remotely unusual about these temperatures’

    Analyst Paul Homewood: 'Greenland Ice sheet Meltdown Scare–Except It’s Not True' - 'The Capital Weather Gang at the Washington Post long ago sold their souls to the global warming scam. But shamefully scientists at DMI have also joined the band.'
    'The simple fact is that the Greenland ice sheet melts every summer, particularly when the sun shines. Indeed, if it did not it would carry on growing year after year. Inevitably there are some days when the weather is warmer and sunnier than normal, and others when it is colder. To pick an odd day or two is ridiculous and dishonest scaremongering.'
    'And there is no mention of the fact that the ice sheet grew substantially last year, and also the year before'

    Meteorologist Anthony Watts on Greenland 'heatwave': 'Happens every year at the peak of summer. Climate not involved.'


    By: Marc Morano - Climate Depot
    August 1, 2019 10:48 AM with 0 comments

    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.word...-its-not-true/

    Greenland Ice sheet Meltdown Scare–Except It’s Not True

    By Paul Homewood

    The Washington Post has joined in the Greenland heatwave scam:



    The same heat dome that roasted Europe and broke national temperature records in five countries last week has shifted to Greenland, where it is causing one of the biggest melt events ever observed on the fragile ice sheet.
    By some measures, the ice melt is more extreme than during a benchmark record event in July 2012, according to scientists analyzing the latest data. During that event, about 98 percent of the ice sheet experienced some surface melting, speeding up the process of shedding ice into the ocean.
    The fate of Greenland’s ice sheet is of critical importance to every coastal resident in the world, since Greenland is already the biggest contributor to modern-day sea level rise. The pace and extent of Greenland ice melt will help determine how high sea levels climb and how quickly….
    The Danish Meteorological Institute tweeted that more than half the ice sheet experienced some degree of melting on Tuesday, according to a computer model simulation, which made it the “highest this year by some distance.”
    But the peak of this melt event is likely still to come Wednesday or Thursday.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/weath...=.d9f16f438ffe



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    Paul Homewood rebuts:

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, temperatures at Nuuk in the west, and Tasiilaq in the east are peaking at 7C and 11C respectively. The warmest spot is further north in Ilulissat, where it will reach 16C today.





    But there is nothing remotely unusual about these temperatures:





    http://climexp.knmi.nl/selectdailyse...eone@somewhere

    Indeed, the temperature at Nuuk is actually below average for July:



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuuk


    The ice sheet surface mass balance is running well above that of 2012:



    http://polarportal.dk/en/greenland/surface-conditions/

    And there is no mention of the fact that the ice sheet grew substantially last year, and also the year before:



    The simple fact is that the Greenland ice sheet melts every summer, particularly when the sun shines. Indeed, if it did not it would carry on growing year after year.
    Inevitably there are some days when the weather is warmer and sunnier than normal, and others when it is colder. To pick an odd day or two is ridiculous and dishonest scaremongering.
    Last year, Scientific American was complaining about Greenland’s lost summer:



    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2018/07/14/greenlands-lost-summer/


    The Capital Weather Gang at the Washington Post long ago sold their souls to the global warming scam. But shamefully scientists at DMI have also joined the band.

    Happens every year at the peak of summer. Climate not involved.


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    Filed under: astrology, greenland, ice, media

    https://www.climatedepot.com/2019/08...e-temperature/
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    • Physicist: ‘No Evidence That Climate Change Causes Weather Extremes’ – Part 4: Big Tornadoes Down Since 1954 The next figure depicts the number of strong (EF3 or greater) tornadoes observed in the U.S. each year during the same period from 1954 to 2017. Clearly, the trend is downward instead of upward; the average number of strong tornadoes annually from 1986 to 2017 was 40% less than from 1954 to 1985. Once more, global warming cannot have played a role. The most ferocious tornado outbreak ever recorded, spawning a total of 30 EF4 or EF5 tornadoes, was in 1974.










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    • Google’s celeb-obsessed climate summit in Sicily is a hypocritical joke The Gulfstreams, mega-yachts and gas-guzzling Maserati SUVs used to ferry the wokerati around the seaside Google Camp have been spewing out greenhouse gases at the rate of small nations. Former President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio, singer Katy Perry and Prince Harry are said to be among 300 guests invited by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to their luxurious annual shindig which has been dubbed “Davos by the Sea.” Either they don’t believe climate change is the big problem they keep saying it is, or they just don’t care enough about saving the planet to give up their perks.
      Prince Harry even gave a “barefoot speech” to the billionaires about the need to save the environment, as Page Six reports, only days after vowing that he would confine himself to siring only two children as his personal contribution to saving the planet.



    • NOT walking the talk: How a Warmist Climate Scientist Invests His Money When Jason Smerdon opened up a retirement account as a graduate student two decades ago, he gravitated toward socially responsible stock funds, despite the possibility of weaker returns. He figured his ideals were more important than investment performance. Fast forward two decades, and his investment philosophy is no longer as black and white. Since the economic downturn a decade ago, he has moved a majority of his retirement portfolio into aggressive growth funds and only factors environmental concerns into the equation when investing in individual stocks. All of that consciousness came in ‘08 and ‘09 when I realized I don’t want to be caught in a conservative trap where I’m not beating inflation.”Smerdon isn’t an ordinary investor worried about the future of the planet. He’s a climate scientist at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and co-director of the Earth Institute’s undergraduate program in sustainable development.



    • Climate kid Greta protesting oil on elite racing yacht made of hydrocarbons
      Malizia II, like the rest of the yachts in the Imoca 60 class, is constructed from high-tech carbon fiber composites to make it ultra-light and fast. It is the ultimate play thing of the wealthy elite. These boats are made of hydrocarbons, not to mention all the energy it took to make them. Carbon fiber composites are primarily made from propane and petroleum. This boat was pumped out of the ground...The Monaco Yacht Club is among the sponsors paying for the trip. They removed all the corporate sponsor logos from the yacht so as not to be associated with the capitalist prosperity that built it. Ending air travel is nihilism. Going back to sailing to cross oceans is a 19th-century solution that cannot meet 21st-century travel needs. This makes no economic, logistical, or ecological sense.







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    • Watch: Alex Epstein rips Green New Deal & Climate Claims Epstein: "Fossil fuel energy has not taken a naturally safe climate and made it unnaturally dangerous; it’s taken our naturally dangerous climate and made it unnaturally safe."
      "The International Disaster Database, a nonpartisan organization that tracks deaths from climate-related causes—such as extreme heat, floods, storms, and drought—shows that such deaths have been plummeting as CO2 emissions have been rising. How is this possible? Because of the fossil fuel energy that emitted the CO2, which has empowered us to climate-proof our environment with heating, air-conditioning, sturdy buildings, mass irrigation, and weather warning systems. Fossil fuel energy has not taken a naturally safe climate and made it unnaturally dangerous; it’s taken our naturally dangerous climate and made it unnaturally safe. Fossil fuels are not an existential threat. They are an existential resource because they increase something much more important than the level of CO2 in the atmosphere: the level of human empowerment. Increased life expectancy, income, health, leisure time, and education are all tightly linked to increased access to fossil fuels.




    • Lomborg: Don’t let vegetarian environmentalists shame you for eating meat. Science is on your side n a first world setting, the reality is that going entirely vegetarian for the rest of your life means you reduce your emissions by about 2%, according to a study of the environmental impact of Swedish vegetarians. To put this into context: either you could go vegetarian for the rest of your life, or you could reduce your emissions by the exact same amount by spending a little more than $3 a year using the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, the first mandatory market-based program in the United States covering several states to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Given all of this, it seems downright mean-spirited of the Manchester University scientists to try to shame people for having a summer barbecue.




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    ‘Build Bank Bankrupt’: Watch: Morano’s 30 min speech in Glasgow at climate skeptic forum – ‘How many times do we have to save the planet?’

    It’s Here: Morano’s New book: ‘Green Fraud: Why The Green New Deal Is Even Worse Than You Think’ – Foreword By Mark Steyn – Arrives March 23

    Get your copy! Best-Selling Book: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change – Updated With Bonus Chapter on Green New Deal


    Business Insider mag: ‘Electric vehicles won’t save us — we need to get rid of cars completely’

    ‘The death toll from natural disasters is now at record lows’Paul Homewood: More and more people are dying from extreme weather, right?? It must surely be true , because the BBC says it is, not to mention climate scientists.

    “People are already dying and species are becoming extinct with current temperatures,"
    Piers Forster – IPCC Lead Author

    Reality Check:



    Evidence That Antarctica Is Cooling, Not Warming

    Greenland Ice Sheet Melting No Faster than Last Century

    Challenges to the CO2 Global Warming Hypothesis: Peer Review Abused to Axe Skeptical Paper

    COP FLOP: None of UN’s criteria for climate summit success none were achievedWilliam R. Hawkins: With fossil fuels generating some two-thirds of world energy production (59 percent of U.S. energy, with nuclear providing another 20 percent), all the talk about transitioning away to other sources must be flexible. Hence the term at COP26 was expanded to “unabated” fossil fuels, which means projects that do not deploy technology to absorb the carbon they produce.
    China did not sign that statement ending government financing of unabated fossil fuel projects. ... While the United States listed actual objectives, China only listed aspirations. For example, the United States set a goal to reach 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity by 2035 whereas China only said it would “phase down coal consumption during the 15th Five Year Plan and make best efforts to accelerate this work.”

    Climatologist Dr. Judith Curry: ‘We need to disabuse ourselves of the hubris that we can control Earth’s climate & prevent extreme weather events’Dr. Curry: "Under the auspices of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, we’ve oversimplified a very complex problem. The causes of climate variability and change are complex, and any predictions of 21st century climate change are associated with deep uncertainty." ...
    "The planet has been warming for more than a century. So far, the world has done a decent job at adapting to this change. The yields for many crops have doubled or even quadruped since 1960. Over the past century, the number of deaths per million people from weather and climate catastrophes have dropped by 97%. Losses from global weather disasters as a percent of GDP have declined over the past 30 years."

    Climategate 2 10th Anniversary – Over 5000 emails posted

    Debunking Climate Change Myths: 50 Years of FAILED ‘Expert’ Predictions! | Louder with Crowder

    WaPo: ‘How climate change & extreme weather are crimping America’s pie supply’
    WaPo: For months, supply chain issues and labor shortages have been putting the squeeze on Mike’s Pies...But another powerful factor — climate change — is heightening those challenges. Its impact is less visible but more enduring, and its consequences are playing out right as the food industry is struggling to avoid holiday season shortages. Many of the ingredients in Mike’s Pies’ pies — wheat, berries, honey, soybean oil, among numerous others — have been hit hard by climate and weather effects, including droughts, wildfires and power shutdowns around the world. ... “We’re seeing more dramatic weather shifts, [and] these factors influence dairymen in these parts of the country,” said Galloway, who buys most of his milk from Wisconsin.

    “There is no place to run and hide from extreme weather events,” said Michael Swanson, Wells Fargo’s chief agricultural economist. ... One of the contract packagers the company works with was shut down for six weeks because it couldn’t get plastic bags, fallout from last winter’s polar vortex in Texas, which triggered a global plastics shortage.

    Tropical cyclone activity below-normal in 2021 across Northern Hemisphere & US tornadic activity also below-normalMeteorologist Paul Dorian: "Tropical cyclone activity across the Northern Hemisphere has been below-normal in 2021 in much the same way as it was last year. Specifically, while the Atlantic Basin featured above-normal tropical activity in this year and last, the Pacific Ocean experienced below-normal conditions in both years leading the way to below-normal levels across the hemisphere as a whole. In terms of tornadoes, it has been another below-normal season in the US with no EF-5’s recorded."



    New Study: There Was Less Arctic Sea Ice In The 1700s-1800s Than From 2002-2006Paleoclimate data indicate there was less Arctic sea ice during the pre-industrial period than in modern times, or when CO2 concentrations were 100 ppm lower than today (280 vs. 380 ppm).
    Scientists (Diamond et al., 2021) assert that during the 18th and 19th centuries Arctic sea ice extent minimum (September) values averaged 5.54 million km². Though modern sea ice losses are often characterized as dangerously low, satellite data indicate the 2002-’06 five-year average minimum sea ice extent was 5.92 million km², which is 0.38 km² above the 1700s and 1800s or pre-industrial (PI) levels. ...
    Several other studies also affirm the sea ice losses observed via satellite in recent decades are not unusual or unprecedented when compared to past centuries.




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    Watch: People are seeking psychiatric help due to climate grief! Morano Minute E22



    The Real Problem with COP26: Not Its Hypocrisy but Its Goals


    The Facts: Reporters Exploit Normal Weather To Fan Climate Fear

    COP26 deal falters after 48 hours as US & Australia hint at no new targets next year





    BUST: ‘I am deeply sorry’: UN climate summit ends in tears – COP FLOP: Greta sums up as ‘Blah, blah, blah’

    ..
    COP 26 President Alok Sharma, MP hung his head and proclaimed through tears, “May I just say to all delegates, I apologize for the way this process has unfolded and I am deeply sorry.” - Watch COP 26 President tear up
    Climate Depot's Marc Morano: "The UN climate summit's failure is good news for humanity, science, and a rational energy policy. Despite the tears over the UN's latest climate failure, the would-be planet savers will continue to strive to regulate and control every aspect of human endeavors from the food we eat, to the energy we use to our transportation to our housing and our economies. While we can savor the moment of this failure by the UN climate forces, we must remain vigilant in defeating the climate agenda." See:‘Build Bank Bankrupt’: Watch: Morano’s 30 min speech in Glasgow at climate skeptic forum – ‘How many times do we have to save the planet?’
    Physicist rips ‘absurdly pathetic ‘result’ of COP26′ & the ‘idiotic parasitic class that believes that they are doing a very important work’
    UN climate summit COP26 Ends In Humiliating Failure: ‘Developing nations refused to limit their economic growth’ – Only ‘really agreed to meet up again next year & discuss things again’
    COP26 was a flop … yet again: Climate summits are 'a meaningless ritual…that achieves little or nothing’

    Check out the new report on the history of failed UN climate summits:

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    Flashback 2020: Crying over ‘climate change’ – Tears, sobbing, & ‘climate grief’ is an actual thing for activists – Special Report


    U.S. ‘Won’t Have Coal’ by 2030, John Kerry Predicts at UN climate summit in Glasgow“By 2030 in the United States, we won’t have coal,” Kerry said. “We will not have coal plants.”
    Biden Treasury nominee Saule Omarova seeks to ‘bankrupt’ coal, oil & gas companies: ‘We want them to go bankrupt if we want to tackle climate change’
    ‘King Coal’ Roars Back! – U.S. Coal fired power increases 22% in 2021 as Natural Gas prices doubled – 1st increase in U.S. coal use since 2014


    UK Guardian climate activist turns against Green New Deal: ‘Muddled, top-down, technocratic: why the Green New Deal should be scrapped’ – ‘It’s completely unworkable’Aditya Chakrabortty: The project itself – supposedly a stark, bold, urgent idea – is a conceptual fog. Like some kind of policy peasouper, it nestles densely around arguments of ecological limits, social justice and economic transformation, allowing only a glimpse of their outlines. That suits many on the left, as it serves to obscure all their disagreements and so keep the peace just a little longer. ...
    For AOC and today’s US left, it is about jobs (albeit “green” ones, a term far easier to deploy than to define) and infrastructure; for Lucas, Labour’s Clive Lewis and others currently pushing a green new deal through parliament, it includes citizens’ assemblies and a shorter working week. It is both “a green industrial revolution” in the north of England and debt cancellation for the global south; both low-carbon Keynesianism and nationalisation of the energy industry. It is, in other words, a big duffel bag stuffed with pent-up progressive demands and jumbled up with highly dubious history and tiresome war metaphors.
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    Flashback: Climate movement grandpa James Hansen declares the Green New Deal is ‘nonsense’ – ‘We need a real deal which understands how economics works’
    2019: Progressive feminist Naomi Wolf rips the Green New Deal as ‘fascism’ – ‘I WANT a Green New Deal’ but ‘this one is a straight up power grab’

    Watch: The Green New Deal-COVID Connection. Marc Morano w/ Sebastian Gorka One on One

    How COVID Lockdowns Handed Global Warming Extremists The Tools To Crush Freedom"Wouldn’t it be grand, our technocrats think, if they could turn the COVID-19 emergency into a permanent emergency over climate? The possibilities are limitless.
    Traveling? If we can lock you in your home to stop a virus, why can’t we trap you there so you don’t get in your gas-guzzling car or fly on a carbon-spewing airplane? Such wastefulness must be reserved for a select few, like the important leaders flying to international climate conferences."

    UN climate summit COP26 ‘had carbon footprint TWICE as big as last conference’Preliminary report finds 102,500 tonnes of CO2 was pumped into atmosphere due to Glasgow summit... compared to 51,101 from Madrid in 2019
    Report states 102,500 tonnes of CO2 equivalent is due to be released by summit
    Around 60% is from international flights taken by world and business leaders
    Jeff Bezos led a 400-strong parade of private jets into Cop26 a fortnight ago
    Findings come as conference nears the end of its second full week in Glasgow

    Norwegians Accuse Greta Thunberg of ‘Anti-Democratic’ Behavior: ‘Greta risks leading them into something authoritarian, anti-democratic & downright dangerous’

    World leaders have made complete fools of themselves at UN climate summit promoting ‘utter unscientific garbage’

    Pelosi warns of climate change dangers for women during ‘gender day’ at UN summit – ‘80% of people displaced by climate change globally are women’

    Pentagon: Climate & China are ‘equally important’ threats to US

    Gore & Kerry run cover for China’s increasing carbon footprint using coal: Kerry: It’s ‘not fair’ to say they’re doing nothing – ‘China’s plan…says they will do a lot’


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    Wash Post claims ‘toll’ of ‘climate change’ will mean eating ‘crickets in your pie crust’ at Thanksgiving – Also, ‘Lab-grown’ turkey
    WaPo article on 'climate change' & Thanksgiving was so important that 3 reporters had to write it! (By Daisy Chung,Jessica Wolfrom, Aaron Steckelberg and Jake Crump)

    "Western cultures suppressed insect-eating in the 18th and 19th centuries, dismissing it as primitive." ... "Now insects are showing up in flours, protein bars, chips and even pet feed. Studies show that crickets, grasshoppers and weevils are rich in protein and minerals including iron, zinc, copper and magnesium and that farming insects has environmental benefits including less land and water use and lower greenhouse-gas emissions." ...
    "Turkeys of the future could come from a lab instead of a farm."

    UN COP26: Boosting China & CO2, Advancing Globalist Lockdown

    Biden to release 50M barrels of oil from strategic reserve to lower pump pricesFifty million barrels of oil sounds like a lot, right? It’s not — at all. In 2020, when consumption hit its lowest level in a quarter-century, the US consumed 18 million barrels of oil a day. Don’t take my word for it; the US Energy Information Administration has this data easily available. And that was after the largest single-year decline in consumption in US history to boot. Demand is higher now, while futures for production are signaling lower production.
    Essentially, Biden has supplied enough oil to bootstrap consumers for the weekend. Gas up!



    U.S. to release oil from reserves in coordination with other countries to lower gas pricesThe U.S. will release 50 million barrels of crude from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the White House said Tuesday.
    The move is a coordinated effort between energy-consuming nations including China and Japan to combat the rapid rise in energy prices.
    Prior to Tuesday’s announcement the Biden Administration repeatedly said that it was looking at the tools at its disposal as prices at the pump hover around a seven-year high.

    Nets Omit Hunter Biden’s Connection to Chinese-Owned Cobalt Mine, Electric Car PushAccording to a report by The New York Times which found a firm connected to Hunter Biden secured such a mine for the Chinese, at the same time his father, President Joe Biden, was now forcing the United States to switch over to electric cars. ... “An investment firm where Hunter Biden, the president’s son, was a founding board member helped facilitate a Chinese company’s purchase from an American company of one of the world’s richest cobalt mines, located in the Democratic Republic of Congo,” reported Michael Forsythe, Eric Lipton and Dionne Searcey of The Times.


    ‘Pipelines will be blown up,’ warns enviro guru David Suzuki, if leaders don’t act on climate change – Conducted ‘Funeral for the future’


    “We’re in deep, deep doo-doo,” said Suzuki Saturday, speaking at an Extinction Rebellion protest on Vancouver Island. “This is what we’re come to. The next stage after this, there are going to be pipelines blown up if our leaders don’t pay attention to what’s going on.” ... Asked whether or not he would support the bombing of pipelines, Suzuki said, “Of course not.” “The violence is coming from the authorities, from government, from the RCMP,” said Suzuki. “They’re declaring war against those that are protesting.”
    Still, Suzuki warned he feels that there are few remaining options for protesters who feel government isn’t moving rapidly enough to tackle climate change. What else is there but violence, he wondered. “I think it’s going to be threatened by groups that feel government isn’t going anything,” Suzuki said.
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    2019: Environmentalist David Suzuki calls Morano ‘an evil person’ & a ‘bad-ass’ at UN while urging overthrow of capitalism


    Morano and Suzuki at UN climate summit in Madrid on December 10, 2019

    Flashback Sept 2021: NPR / New Yorker feature Eco-terrorist threats to UN climate summit (COP26) – New Yorker asks: ‘Should The Climate Movement Embrace Sabotage?’

    Listen: Morano on Sheila Zilinsky’s show discusses climate lockdowns & UN climate summit

    Listen: Morano on The Joe Piscopo Show details the good news about the failure of the UN climate summit in Scotland




    Morano to speak at University of Minnesota – Get your Tickets now




    Cloud seeding gains steam as West faces worsening droughts: ‘Releasing plumes of silver iodide to cause ice crystals to form & snow’Idaho cost-shares the cloud seeding program, estimated to produce 1 million acre-feet of additional water annually, to the tune of about $2 million a year. In April, the state passed a bill to expand its cloud seeding efforts. Residents of the Gem State aren’t the only ones embracing cloud seeding, a 75-year-old technology that many scientists still view with skepticism. With a recent experiment providing the first unambiguous evidence that cloud seeding can increase snowpack levels, research into artificial rainmaking is undergoing a small renaissance.

    U.S. Oil Producer To Biden: Don’t Ask OPEC To Increase Production-ASK US! – A Year Ago America Was An Oil ExporterIn 2020 the last year of the Trump presidency, the American economy reached a long-desired goal, energy independence. However, during Biden’s first days in the White House, he signed executive orders stopping drilling on federal land, including the much-desired drilling at ANWR in Alaska. He canceled the Keystone XL pipeline and recently announced is considering shutting down the L5 pipeline running from Michigan to Canada. . These executive orders sent energy companies a message that he intended to keep his promise to kill the fossil fuel industry. don’t ask OPEC


    ‘We gotta leave you in the ground’: Biden Energy Sec Granholm appeared in 2018 video singing about end of gasoline, fossil

    fuels – ‘Gasoline, gasoline, the world’s aflame’




    Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm made a cameo in a music video produced by environmentalist group Coltura for their anti-fossil fuels song "Gasoline, Gasoline (The World's Aflame)." The video shows Granholm singing the group’s song, the lyrics of which call for leaving fossil fuels — dubbed "fossil fools" in the song — "in the ground."
    Granholm’s participation in the video, as well as Coltura playing a part in crafting legislation, were first revealed in a Monday report by NPR. The report came shortly after Granholm laughed off a question about increasing domestic oil production, calling it "hilarious."
    The Video features climate activist Bill McKibben and others. The lyrics include:

    "Gasoline, gasoline, you are driving me insane. Gasoline, gasoline, the world's aflame...We had a good run, but now were done....We gotta leave you in the ground."

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    Flashback: Watch Biden Energy Sec. Granholm on 1978 dating game show - USA Today: "Granholm was 19 years old at the time, living in LA as a struggling actress."



    Warning of power outages in Europe this winter – ‘Shift away from’ fossil fuels ‘is adding to the price pressure’ – & accusations that Moscow is restricting supply of oil
    (Reuters) - Europe is at risk of power outages this winter due to insufficient gas reserves and over the long-term, oil could rise above $100 a barrel, the chief executive of commodity trading giant Trafigura said. ... "We haven't got enough gas at the moment quite frankly, we're not storing for the winter period. So hence there's a real concern that there's a potential if we have a cold winter that we could have rolling blackouts in Europe," Weir said at the FT Commodities Asia Summit. ... Some European lawmakers have accused Moscow of restricting supply to put pressure on Germany to speed up the authorisation of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. Russia has denied this. ...
    Climate change has put oil companies under pressure to shift away from polluting fossil fuels and the resulting drop in investment in new production is adding to the price pressure. "I think people need to recognise it's not a situation where you might just flick the switch and you increase production. There's a lot of investment, it takes some time to do that," said Weir. ... Privately owned Trafigura is one of the world's biggest energy traders
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    Flashback 2011: ‘Era of Constant Electricity at Home is Ending, says UK power chief’ — ‘Families would have to get used to only using power when it was available’

    Home go ‘net zero’?! Steve Milloy reponds: ‘There is no such thing as a ‘net zero’ home or a ‘net zero’ existence. But there is plenty of ‘not zero net zero’ virtue signaling’

    Despite COP26 rhetoric, China’s coal production is hitting all time highs


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