Understanding Climate Justice

Climate justice means taking your hard earned money and giving it to some scientists to do a completely useless study.

CU to study impact of climate change on Boulder prairie dogs

Researchers in Boulder, Kansas receive $850,000 grant for project.

CU to study impact of climate change on Boulder prairie dogs – Boulder Daily Camera

The government is wasting almost a million dollars to study the effects of something which isn’t happening. The climate of Boulder has been remarkably stable.

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18 Responses to Understanding Climate Justice

  1. Pathway says:

    If they can increase the number of dogs then it means more targets for target practice.

  2. GoneWithTheWind says:

    Climate justice, social justice, etc. is just a dogwhistle for socialism.

  3. omnologos says:

    Due to climate justice, all those Caribbean islands who saw no ‘canes this year will have to pay the Philippines and more

  4. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    My Christmas wish:

    After this project is completed, I wish our next president would hire a team of forensic accountants to audit CU and NSF and find out exactly what this money was spent on.

  5. Colorado Wellington says:

    This study is long overdue. Prairie dogs are very capable and perceptive. They can do so many things people can’t. When I bike down the path they all stand up and look at something I can’t even see and start talking to each other. It could be something caused by climate change but I am only speculating. For all I know they could be talking about me or the young lady rollerblading with noise-canceling earphones behind me. Maybe they are discussing if they could rush and take her. I think they could. Let’s see what the scientists find out about that. I don’t think any Boulder resident would survive in the City’s Open Space habitat living and eating like prairie dogs. She’d starve and freeze to death. She may think that she knows about cold and starvation when she goes out in tights to pick up her diet food at Whole Foods on a cold day but this is different. I hope we learn about these critters before it’s too late.

  6. The Iconoclast says:

    Conclusion: It’s worse than we thought.

  7. Gosh. It turns out that Boulder prairie dogs are global warming’s canary in the coal mine.

  8. Bob Knows says:

    Further evidence that a University “education” is a total waste of a huge amount of time and money. CU can’t even teach young men how to play football worth diddle.

  9. Racism against prairie dogs is high in Boulder, at least on the part of university and city officials, who think they own the whole place and shouldn’t have to deal with large fields of conspicuously unemployed rodents just because the “folks” think they’re cute. Every time they want to add a new Engineering building or pedestrian over/under-pass, they have to move all the prairie dogs to another parcel of valuable Boulder real estate. The situation has been simmering for years, and I doubt the prairie dogs will take kindly to CU Nazi research methods. If they decide to form a Tea Party, watch out. And don’t even get me started on the squirrels on and around the CU campus–radical activists, they are, very pushy about getting treats from the human geeks who blunder around them, and scream when approached too directly.

  10. Billy Liar says:

    What is it about Boulder prairie dogs? What about prairie dogs in other neighborhoods or even other states? Surely a scientific study needs a sample size greater than one?

  11. phodges says:

    Which path do you take at cdiac to get to uhscn raw graphed? Thanks – I keep trying but only get the ftp downloads

    • phodges says:

      belay that one I finally found the way

      thanks again for showing this stuff can be done.

      BEST also has graphs of raw data, and for many more stations.

  12. Andy DC says:

    How dare you show untampered data! Isn’t it interesting that the people who are doing the studies are being paid by the same NOAA that is tampering with data. What a nice cozy family!

    We had one period of warming since 1940, which was 1980 to 1998. That is 18 years out of the last 73. The other 55 years, it was either cooling or neutral. Not a very good justification to terrify generations of children and squander countless billions of dollars.

  13. Phil Jones says:

    How can I get one of these Gobernmints Grants?

    Smoke Pot and count Prairie Dogs for a year…. Hey Steven… How about adding a new section which sums up all your great work on Sea Level not rising and the Tide Guages??

  14. John Q. Galt says:

    1,000 or so of those studies and it’s a cool billion. Or trillion after interest paid to the Chinese and Saudis.

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