“melting poles and dying forests and a heaving, corrosive sea, raked by winds, strafed by storms, scorched by heat.”

Superstition returns to the forefront of human thinking.

http://www.salon.com/

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4 Responses to “melting poles and dying forests and a heaving, corrosive sea, raked by winds, strafed by storms, scorched by heat.”

  1. omnologos says:

    Having McKibben as “environmental scholar” is one of the greatest indictments of the whole “green” movement…

    • GregO says:

      Yes, “environmental scholar” caught my eye as well. Wow. McKibben’s book is more sci-fi entertainment ecodisaster-porn than anything remotely scholarly.

      I recall reading a review of Eaarth in Scientific American (it must have been something like my last issue as I had finally canceled my subscription after their failure to accurately cover Climategate) and it was less a book review/interview than a wholesale endorsement of his fantasies.

      I remember being appalled; I threw the magazine in the garbage can.

  2. Paul H says:

    These people have obviously got the right idea.

    http://www.vhemt.org/

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    This is what happens to you mind when you read too many comic books, watch too many grade B disaster movies and smoke too much dope.

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