In response to our post concerning Harvard astrophysicist Sally Baliunas’s skepticism about man-made global warming, a reader notes the implications for Planet Gore’s continuing flex-fuel debate:
The link to Baliunas’s lecture omitted her comments regarding the now virtually certain advance of global cooling for the succeeding few decades, at a minimum.
Setting aside the lies of anthropogenic global warming and our ability to meaningfully effect climate change regardless of effort, any resort to biofuels will come at immense environmental cost and is bound to fail as economic policy.
We are looking at a recurrent decline in days of insolation on the northern margin followed in a decade by corn-belt drought.
The Maryland Conservatarian, meanwhile, savors the delicious irony of having a “woman in science” (from Harvard, no less!) so publicly break with the eco-left consensus on androgenic global warming.