Climate Scam Collapse Continues

China’s solar industry had been dependent on the US Government transferring US taxpayer money to China via solar panel subsidies, but apparently that isn’t working any more.

China has slashed clean energy funding by 39%, leading a global decline – MIT Technology Review

Meanwhile, they are building hundreds of new coal fired power plants, in a “dramatic step to fight climate change” – as NPR describes it.

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7 Responses to Climate Scam Collapse Continues

  1. Casey says:

    I think studies like this one, if they are well done and have supporting documentation, would help your efforts to educate.

    • FrogTongue says:

      excellent article on first read. I’d like to hear other opinions on it.

      • Gator says:

        Clouds utterly destroy climate models…

        Best laughs… hand held calculators match super-computer models… 12:28, climate model uncertainty (error bars)… 24:25

        Cloud error is 114 times larger than the variable they are trying to detect

        Dr Patrick Frank has presented his paper to 6 Journals, has had 16 reviewers, 13 of which were modelers. The count is 13 to 3 against publication, all 13 modelers voted against it. All 13 critics were incompetent in their reviews, making basic errors in comprehension.

    • qfrealist says:

      They include some CO2 temp in their equation. CO2 has ZERO effect on temperature.

  2. Dave Ward says:

    If the old plants are replaced with new HELE Ultra-Super Critical units, they will be doing their bit to fight Climate Change!

  3. John F. Hultquist says:

    . . . a staggering blow to the battle against climate change.

    Actually, just the opposite. (Not that climate change needs battled.)
    If the notion is to reduce CO2 emissions, then wind and solar are a waste of time and effort. Redirecting all the wasted resources to nuclear can reduce CO2, and some of China’s efforts are directed that way.
    As for the coal power, think faster, cheaper, doable. Pragmatic.

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