MSNBC’s Morning Joe is a font of conventional wisdom, so I don’t feel bad restating this old maxim: Everyone on Morning Joe is a jerk. Here’s the evidence, starting at 3:10 or so: The ever-wise Joe says that Obama’s “environmental base” is holding him back because the only type of energy environmentalists like is “getting granola and grinding it up and hoping sparks will come off of it.” Oh, and wind and solar matter so little, we might as well just give up on them now. Apparently, according to ex-Newsweek editor Jon Meacham, enviros also think composting shredded tote bags …
The Low Line, an underground urban paradise on the Lower East Side, is soliciting funds through Kickstarter, which means that you can be part of the development of the city’s first underground community green space/zombie fortress.
Lucy Lawless, best known for her role as Xena, Warrior Princess, teamed up with Greenpeace to occupy an oil drilling ship. The panel on Morning Joe posited that environmentalists think the alternative to fossil fuel is granola. (In case this wasn’t clear already, everyone on Morning Joe is a jerk.) A Pew Research Center poll found that 66 percent of people who’ve heard about Keystone XL want to build the pipeline. Gas prices are going up because of tensions with Iran tightening the supply of gasoline.
After they first appeared in the fossil record, horses got smaller as a result of a warming planet, says a study just published in Science. Thing is, proto-horses weren't that big to begin with.
The average American family owns 2.28 cars, and even in genuinely car-dependent areas they could probably get away with one. How much does that excess auto capacity cost? Enough that if everyone ditched their unnecessary vehicles, they’d save an average of $186,425.03 over 30 years. In a lot of places, that’s enough to buy another house. At very least, it’s more than enough to move to a more expensive area that’s more transit-accessible or requires a shorter commute.
Between commie brainwashing and Mazda pandering, Fox News and greens agree: The Lorax movie sucks.
This is not a joke: The sky is falling. Or technically, the height of clouds, the average of which decreased about 1 percent from 2000 to 2010. Researchers at the University of Auckland, who collected the data, attributed the change to a drop in the number of clouds formed at high altitudes.
Man, this video really induces high school flashbacks. A group of seniors at Atlanta’s Marist School created it as part of the Green School Alliance’s Green Cup Challenge. These fine, upstanding young fellas won the video part of the challenge by adapting Outkast’s So Fresh, So Clean to a greener message. The part where they hug trees is the best. Also this part:
Some of the data gathered by Royal Navy nuclear submarines is going to be declassified in order to aid climate scientists' study of the polar oceans, which are melting and wreaking havoc on global weather patterns already.
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