“we’ve lost control”

Another example of academics and the press fabricating a completely fictional story as part of their ongoing demonization of reliable energy sources.

About Tony Heller

Just having fun
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

8 Responses to “we’ve lost control”

  1. Bob Gutjahr says:

    I think you should re-phase your sign-off regarding Toto to say, “You can visit him and his large, carbon spewing family at …” ;o)

  2. Nicholas McGinley says:

    I am stuck on the part where some lady thinks people are in control ice sheets.

    • dm says:

      This curious mind wonders how many decades she wants to go back–5 to the 1970s, 9 to the 1930s, 19 to Ross’ discovery of the ice shelf, 600 to when geologists think disintegration may have started?

  3. arn says:

    1) We never lost control.
    It is impossible to lose something you’ve never had.
    And we never had any control over Antarctica.

    2) Exactly 50 years ago those 4 dozen experts at Brown University wanted to melt the Arctic Ice with large scale pollution – by using soot.
    (A very bizarre Idea as a single snowstorm can easily cover the soot of a thousand flights within a few hours and blow the soot into the oceans
    Destruction has nothing to do with control,btw.)
    Why is melting now a bad thing.

    3)I bet there is no real data of the last 6000 years to back up these claims.

    • Wise fools are more dangerous than the regular variety because simpletons believe them.

      • arn says:

        Marx has created many of these wise idiots who are immune to insight and reality.
        They may have the knowledge and IQ but either not the integrity or/and are blinded by their idealism.
        And the fact that they know about how smart and educated they are leads to a snobism that tells them that they can not be the ones who are wrong.

  4. conrad ziefle says:

    We’ve lost control? Well, it’s good to know that at one time we were in control of the ice sheet, nursing it along through good and bad times. I guess COVID got all of its caretakers sick and hence its decline.

  5. Peter Carroll says:

    Every time melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is mentioned, my simple response is, Google “Antarctic Volcanoes”.
    Read any one of the articles about active volcanoes and geothermal hot spots under the ice sheet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *