Comment on Planning to Disaster: San Diego and California’s Sustainability Strategies

Comment on Planning to Disaster: San Diego and California’s Sustainability Strategies

From OpenMarket.org 6/3/2011:
Planning to Disaster: San Diego and California’s Sustainability Strategies

By Marc Scribner

See original article here:
http://www.openmarket.org/2011/06/03/planning-to-disaster-san-diego-and-californias-sustainable-communities-strategies/

My comment :

The SCS is a child of California legislation AB 32 and S375. These in turn are  children of UN Agenda 21, adopted without Congressional approval by the Beltway agencies. They all derive their raison d’etre from the false theory of man-made CO2-caused global warming. The records show that warming and cooling are cyclic phenomena, and California temperature is predominantly influenced by the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, which has entered a cooling phase that may last another 20 or 30 years. Not only is CO2 not guilty of causing significant warming, it is in fact the other products of combustion – water vapor and steam, that are the warming culprits in this equation. See the paper Econometrics and the Science of Climate Change 15 May 2011, by Timothy Curtin (on Google). The SCS, AB 32, S 375, and Agenda 21 will have no effect on global temperature. What they will do is empty your retirement accounts and spread the wealth around to the green fleecers and 3rd world nations. The full impact of this mass of regulations will be further economic collapse on top of the present malaise.

Ron Kilmartin
June 4, 2011

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