AGW Today: Time For Another Unhinged Lecture On AC And Cars

Apparently, air conditioning is becoming a favorite target of the unhinged climate alarmists. There have already been several stories, and here comes another in the LA Times

The car culture’s impact on cities and suburbs has been the subject of heated debate for decades. But all the while, humming away inconspicuously in the background, air conditioning also has been changing the way we live and changing us, and not always for the better.

After a long story telling us just how bad AC and auto’s are, two inventions that allow for modern life, the conclusion

The key to reducing the impact of mobile air conditioning is to keep as many cars as possible at home and switched off. That will mean restructuring cities and suburbs as pedestrian havens, discouraging car travel (and keeping cities cooler) by replacing parking lots with parks, and launching a crash expansion of inexpensive, convenient and cool mass transportation.

In other words, we need to back out of the ecological dead-end alley we’ve been traveling down for half a century. It won’t be easy. With air conditioning so thoroughly integrated into American society, we’re going to have trouble finding reverse gear. But it’s there.

And welcome to living like it is 1599! Every rational in the story is simply a disguise for climate alarmism and people who live in some fantasy world, yet, have their article published in a paper (which kills trees) and on the Internet (which uses lots of power), not too mention all the AC used at the LA Times building, and the need for their employees to drive places.

Meanwhile, it was so windy in England that a wind turbine was knocked down. Ironic, eh? (yes, I do support the use of wind turbines)

Oh, and for all you Believers, 2010 is not the hottest year. You’re being scammed, though, you are too brain dead and indoctrinated to know it.

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