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Andy Revkin, dotearth blog speaks out

by thepariah on June 22, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

'[Revkin] I’m convinced that in the world’s poorest places, the transformative power of access to affordable energy — enabling everything from homework to better health to a home business using a sewing machine — trumps concerns about climate implications.'

From the New York Times, the 'grey lady' who has been hyping catastrophic anthropogenic global warming for years.

Amazing, they are seeing what has been evident to tens of thousands of people with science, math, statistics, engineering background who have been trying to get the message out also for years, but been drowned out by the ecoloon alarmist headline grabbers.


Yeah, the green advocacy isn't gone but please, stop screaming the sky is falling. It's not.


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