Dubai is, um, a little different. They’re pandering to the New Religion, and the consequences are hilarious!
They’re now going to build an eco-pyramid, 4000 feet high and capable of housing 1,000,000 people. It will, of course, be carbon-neutral, and take up 2.3 square kilometres.
After all, who doesn’t want to live in a thing called a Ziggurat?
If even PlanetArk acknowledges the scam in carbon offsets, they must be pretty bad.
Your stupid bio-fuel crusade has caused a global food shortage.
And cop the source.
TimT, the only blogger who Will Type For Food, plays the Out of Context Game.
Surprise, surprise, the Clintons are loaded. Quell jealousy, but at the end of the day, they still have to put up with each other.
Michelle Malkin looks at the notion of taxing plastic and paper bags.
Gateway Pundit reports on a rather hilarious event at a Hillary campaign event.
Pregnant man transsexual fears that people will attempt to kill his baby. There’s only one group of people I know of who are sick enough to harm a baby…
What the hell is a “low emission paint”.
The neverending struggle between Good and Evil continues. Angus will really like this.
OHMIGOD! WILL YOU LOOK AT HEATH SCOTLAND’S BICEPS?!
I hope we all celebrated Earth Power Hour in the most carbon-burningest (yes, I did just invent a word) way possible!
Casa Ash celebrated by turning on:
Update: Eeeeeeeeeeeeexcellent news via Tim Blair. Sparkage up!
Via Todd @#18
At a recent religious conference where Al Gore was described as “a Prophet” and presented with a Bible with a GREEN cover, he announced, citing Luke 12:54-57 for scriptural support, that it is dishonest (and therefore sinful) for anyone to claim that global warming is merely a theory rather than a scientific fact.
From the Baptist Press:
ATLANTA (BP)–Protecting the earth from global warming is a mandatory part of following Jesus, former Vice President Al Gore said at a “Stewardship of the Earth” luncheon Jan. 31 during the New Baptist Covenant Celebration in Atlanta.
“This is not a political issue,” Gore told a crowd of approximately 2,500 paying attendees. “It is a moral issue. It is an ethical issue. It is a spiritual issue.”
Gore quoted Scripture several times in his speech and repeated his views that increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere are causing a global climate crisis. Gore produced an Academy Award-winning documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” which also dealt with global climate change and is being shown at the New Baptist Covenant meeting.
In an introduction of Gore, Robert Parham, executive director of the Baptist Center for Ethics, called the former Democratic presidential nominee a “Baptist prophet” and appeared to criticize the Southern Baptist Convention for its failure to commend Gore for his achievements. He also presented Gore with a “Baptist of the Year Award.”
Gore, citing Luke 12:54-57 for scriptural support, argued that it is dishonest for anyone to claim that global warming is merely a theory rather than a scientific fact.
“The evidence is there,” he said. “The signal is on the mountain. The trumpet has blown. The scientists are screaming from the rooftops. The ice is melting. The land is parched. The seas are rising. The storms are getting stronger. Why do we not judge what is right?”
Jeepers. Spot_the_dog reckons, if I’m already going to go to Hell for questioning the science of Al Gore’s Anthropogenic Global Warming®, might as well get a few more sins on the board. Gee, my next-door neighbour’s wife is awful cute …
–via my Southern Baptist cousin, who shall remain unnamed
The myth of the desolate bear reveals two things about the politics of environmentalism: first, that it’s underpinned by a simplistic, anthropomorphic view of good vs evil, which most of us grew out of before we hit our teens; second, that it frequently bends the facts to fit the fable.
Brendan O’Neill: Bearfaced lies
The article pretty much says it all. I have nothing to add 😉