Eurocentric Challenge!!!




The skeptics in the US have constantly been led to believe we are the only ones who don’t believe doom is imminent and that we have to alter our global socioeconomic structure rith now!!  Of course, they’ve been saying that for 30 years.

Europe has been held up as a great example for us to follow.  With Germany, and it’s adoption of renewables, this has been especially true. 

Well, the German Academy of Sciences (Acatech) has stated, in a study commissioned by the German Federal government, according to Acatech President Reinhard Hüttl:  that there isn’t much to worry about.  The “NoTricksZone” covered it as so……

“No climate conditions are going to occur here that already do not exist on the globe elsewhere and that we cannot cope with.”

Worse for the climate alarmists, the report goes on to say that warming will even bring benefits along with it, such as longer growing seasons and reduced wintertime heating costs. Readers should note that typical Germans heat their homes about 8 months per year.

Four alarmist scientists walk out in protest of the good news

People of normal psychological balance would of course be relieved to hear this good news. But in catastrophe-obsessed Germany, this is unfortunately not the norm, rather it’s the exception. A number of scientists, bent on spreading fear, are angered by this good-news conclusion. ……

Be sure to visit NoTricksZone for the information. 

Now, my question to the eco-loons is, tell me, should we embrace the Eurocentric thinking or not?  If yes, why?  If no, why not? 

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5 Responses to Eurocentric Challenge!!!

  1. DirkH says:

    Well I actually don’t care for warmism in Germany anymore, the game is lost. The game for sanity, that is. The country is full of wind turbines and solar panels, we’re paying through the nose, and will continue to do so.

    So I had this idea, years ago… IF the state GUARANTEES a risk free investment – say, you invest your money into a very expensive PV panel installation and we shall pay you a very fine price indeed for your kilWattHour, say 40 Eurocent (as it was a few years ago still), and guarantee you this price for 20 years – whar will the investors do?

    They will flock towards this investment.

    But what will the market do? Remember, the market is that beast that always wants to detroy you.(Speaking as a trader here, not as an occupier)

    How can the market destroy the hopes of the PV investors?

    Well, through inflation, that’s how.

    And so the market brought forth ….

    … Draghi. Step forward, Draghi. Here’s your printing press. Now go ahead and print.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Fritz Vahrenholt is exploding greenie heads all over.

    I especially like this new post at Anthony’s where he found that under a pseudonym the masters student had slagged off Dr Varhenholt for being an evil energy company denier (that is the clear inference of her post). Dr Varhenholt was of course the director of RWE Innogy’s wind energy program, which is one of the biggest in the world. And he was the centre-left SPD’s environmental minister in state parliament. Not many people have a green CV of that prestige.

    No worse behaviour than that of a greenie scorned by one from their own side. James Lovelock and Patrick Moore could probably attest to this.

    • DirkH says:

      Franziska doesn’t know it but she has been opening herself up to an analysis herself, through her thoughtless/nefarious actions and her blog

      My conclusion so far: She’s a cookie cutter liberal/green, totally in line with all others – Apple products, Red Hot Chili Peppers, some German artists of a similar bend etc, and the best part, somewhere she writes “I’m orginal, bold, re-invent myself every day…”

      Hello Internet, I’m an idiot, here I come.

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