Planners versus people
Planners find that “sprawl” is inefficient, thus people should be herded into more compact spaces....
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1011, 2019

Californians are voting with their feet

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For the better part of three decades, the state has experienced a net exodus of residents every year to the point that there are now more than 7 million people born in California that call other states home.

811, 2019

Wind turbine waste

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Wind energy is expensive, intermittent, inefficient, highly subsidized, born from the dirtiest strip mines on Earth and kills birds.  When they wear out they can't be recycled.

811, 2019

Does one ten thousandth of the atmosphere control Earth’s thermostat?

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Governments have poured billions of dollars into the coffers of academic institutions churning out predictions from useless equations. More than 100 climate models are financed by the United States government, none of which agree with each other. None have accurately predicted anything as to our climate over the past 30 years.

611, 2019

“Interceptor” launched to scrub rivers of plastic waste

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With a name sounding like it originated from Star Trek’s fleet command, a boat called the Interceptor launched today in Europe. It’s mission: To boldly go and cleanup our planet from heaps of junk plastic clogging up its rivers.

511, 2019

Trump bids Paris Agreement adieu

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The Paris Agreement will not meaningfully alter the temperature of the world, but it would redistribute money and power, not to our benefit. President Trump was correct to pull us out. We should stay out.

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