Keystone XL Means “Game Over For The Climate” — No. 6

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People are fond of using this phrase in opposition to the Keystone XL; it comes from James Hansen, a scientist of recognized integrity and towering intellectual achievement. Hansen’s ethics and responsibility are unimpeachable. But this meme is profoundly wrong. Why? Because in a game, an unsatisfactory outcome lets you try again, right away. If you […]

The Logic Of Addiction

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This was Monday night in Harvard Square in the Peoples’s Republic of Cambridge. I’m in there, wearing a crimson hat, a few people above the “3” in the right-hand “350” sign. We’re protesting the vile collaborationist document masquerading as the State Department’s “impartial” environmental impact assessment of the Keystone XL pipeline project. The report contains […]