“The difference between taking a part of my life,
and taking my whole life, is just a matter of degree.”
There was a time, before the baby-boom generation took over, when we took pride in the achievements of our builders, producers and innovators. There was always great celebration when settler families got a phone, a tractor, a bitumen road or electric power. An oil strike or a gold discovery made headlines, and people welcomed new businesses, new railways and new inventions. Science and engineering were revered and the wealth delivered by these human achievements enabled the builders and their children to live more rewarding lives, with more leisure, more time for culture and crusades, and greater interest in taking more care of their environment.
Then a green snake entered the Garden of Eden.
Read more, as well as:
- The Sky Fell last month, but almost nobody noticed
- So Much for the Consensus – just 20% believe “the debate is over”
- The Big Lie
- Ian Plimer new Book Launch.
- Peer Review of Tim Flannery – “The Weather Makers Re-Examined”
- The Carbon Tax is Gone
Read the full report: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/death-by-delay.pdf [PDF, 115KB]
Keywords: Delay, Green tape, Keystone Pipeline, shale gas, Wild Rivers, 400 ppm, consensus, Ian Plimer, Wes Allen, carbon tax.