NOAA says global warming is primarily less severe cold, not worse heat.https://t.co/J5CGO7XWl5— FactChecker76 (@FChecker76) December 26, 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act spends $369 billion ($2,200/taxpayer) to reduce it by much less than a 1 mile latitude change, even by generous IPCC assumptions.https://t.co/qbWSPM8P4x https://t.co/69GNHToWEv pic.twitter.com/OJnkbJwiHO
Our tax dollars at work – Inflation Reduction Act
Impact of new climate legislation— Bjorn Lomborg (@BjornLomborg) August 2, 2022
Unnoticeable: 0.0009°F to 0.028°F in 2100
Why is no media describing just 𝗵𝗼𝘄 𝗹𝗶𝘁𝘁𝗹𝗲 your $369 billion will achieve?
Instead, we’re being told:
“the most significant legislation in history to tackle the climate crisis” (Biden)
How else could we spend this money? Or should we just stop spending?
In less than a year we have spent more than 25 times what Trump’s border wall would have cost protecting Ukraine’s border.— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) December 24, 2022
“the one gift of this terrible global crisis is, it’s clear that fossil fuel benefit denial is a problem.”— Alex Epstein (@AlexEpstein) December 25, 2022
Watch the full interview with @saifedean on The Bitcoin Standard Podcast: https://t.co/GzEEzPWnuG
Get Fossil Future: https://t.co/KvYDUsA0dx pic.twitter.com/n3X6iVDDmb
LOL – Look what’s supplying the US!
U.S. electricity generation by energy source this week pic.twitter.com/8kIhPJsDXR— Richard Meyer (@RichardMeyerDC) December 24, 2022
Quick check on the Texas Grid. Solar and Wind peaked at 17,500 MWH at 11AM and have decreased ever since. Currently generating a measely 2,600MWH. Thank you Natural Gas, the unsung hero, saving lives by covering for the unreliable Solar & Wind. #TexasFreeze #texasgrid pic.twitter.com/QNRf8ndWrk— Ashley Roy (@RoysEnergy) December 24, 2022