Dan Esty Explains Climate-Gate on The Colbert Report

On The Colbert Report:

Something Is Melting in Denmark: Dan Esty believes President Obama will bring a change in spirit to the United Nations Climate Change Conference.

8 Comments on "Dan Esty Explains Climate-Gate on The Colbert Report"

  1. Nothing is melting in Denmark or anywhere else that isn't supposed to. His guest is full of mud. Notice it's changed from “global warming” to “global climate change?” The climate always changes. It always has and always will. Not to mention the four seasons…

  2. tonyviner | Dec 1, 2009 at 6:16 pm |

    The fact of the matter is that the planet is in peril and although it is shitty that these toolbags had to lie about it we should not be distracted from trying to take care of the planet. We only have one, you know. Cap and trade is only a bad idea for those that will end up having to pay. If they don't pay we all will.

    • Monetary economics inherently destroy the Earth and requires people to behave in a less than animalistic manner. What WE NEED Resource Based Economy

    • Polymorpheous | Dec 2, 2009 at 3:02 am |

      well said

  3. It does not stop here, look @ the UN's Agenda 21.

    • tonyviner | Dec 1, 2009 at 8:49 pm |

      If anyone with any influence would adopt that to their way of doing business things might get where they need to be. Too bad it doesn't seem very profitable for the people that hold sway over this world. Reminds me of 'Biotech is Godzilla''. Great song.

  4. Pollutants are necessary to fuel the rapid scientific advancements that can defeat pollutant dependence. The questions are: will the science come in time? Will we be able to support a growing population with what resources we think we will have? Can we do anything through government without creating YET ANOTHER mind-smashing tyranny?

    I say, abolish the public schools. You’ll find the source of society’s problems in that and the other crutch institutions.

  5. Pollutants are necessary to fuel the rapid scientific advancements that can defeat pollutant dependence. The questions are: will the science come in time? Will we be able to support a growing population with what resources we think we will have? Can we do anything through government without creating YET ANOTHER mind-smashing tyranny?

    I say, abolish the public schools. You'll find the source of society's problems in that and the other crutch institutions.

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