Sunday, December 28, 2008

The Alps have best snow conditions 'in a generation'

A very merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone. Especially anyone having a last fling in the Alps before all of the money runs out. And it should be a good one this year, even on the lower runs, because of all this extra snow and coldness we've been having due to global warming.

Thank goodness Al Gore is on the case, to ensure that when it gets really cold, next year, we'll have plenty of wind energy to keep ourselves warm in the chalets.


In the meantime, for all the latest on how Al Gore and all of our other mighty rulers are managing energy policy in this snowy cold world (if they can get out from under the Canadian and US snow drifts, that is), who better to read than Christopher Booker:

=> 2008 was the year man-made global warming was disproved

And BTW, please don't take offence, but if you should meet me on the street in the next couple of weeks, please do not offer me a mince pie. Mince pies sind verboten. Verstehen Sie? Danke schon. Mince pies, nein danke.

Pip pip!!


not an economist said...

As far as I am aware Global Warming fanatics don't pay much attention to empirical evidence. At least not on a systematic methodical basis. Rather their evidence tends to be the forecasting mnodels they have developed, the assumptions of which are twisted to favour their ideological biases rather than what happens in the real world.

Jack Maturin said...

Strangely, whenever it gets warmer, the BBC is full of news stories about Polar Bears and other global warming nonsense.

Whenever it gets colder, nothing.

I suppose one of the few silver linings of the oncoming stagflation is that few are going to concern themselves with global warming. Most will be just trying to earn enough to pay their gas bills.