The Environmental Spectator

The Environmental Spectator

Don’t Say Goodbye to Redheads Yet

By 7.10.14

As everyone knows, the easiest way for a scientist to get his or her name in the paper these days is to make a prediction about global warming. Miami will be underwater, millions will die of starvation, giraffes will be roaming Nebraska — you name it, someone will print it. After all, how could President Obama be fulfilling the longtime dream of environmentalists of closing down the American economy and taking us back to a simpler time if we weren’t constantly imbued with the sense that we are living in the Last of Days and World Apocalypse is upon us?

Last week, however, this whole circus finally jumped the shark, at least by my reckoning, with the prediction of a Scottish scientist that global warming is going to drive redheads extinct.

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Burning Man

By 7.31.13

Harry Reid's claims about wildfires and global warming are half-baked.
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Secretary Sarah

By 8.8.12

An outdoor job for Gov. Palin in the Romney administration.
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