In response to David Wojick: Plane insanity: Two possible futures for air travel in the age of carbon craziness,
Fed Up wrote:
I’m working on a technology that will double carbon dioxide output to replace future lost CO2 and thereby avoid global plant starvation. Wish me luck – the planet’s fate is depending on me.
James Chilton wrote:
The climate change zealots won’t be satisfied until all the power stations are shut down, public and private transport is abolished, unemployment soars to 100 per cent and mobs, made desperate by hunger and lack of amusement, have looted every supermarket in England. Nothing will be sacred; nothing will be safe.
In other words, environmental fanaticism will ensure that economic ruin is followed by universal anarchy. A few lines from Percy Shelley gives you the picture:
And each dweller, panic-stricken,
Felt his heart with terror sicken
Hearing the tempestuous cry
Of the triumph of Anarchy
Coal bad and biofuels good. What is coal if not an ancient biofuel?
Della Cate wrote:
Meanwhile, in the Maldives, four new airports are to be opened this year, one of which is to be built on land reclaimed from the sea.
That’s the same Maldives that are supposed to be under water by now, thanks to ‘global warming’ / ‘climate change’ (take your pick).
John Dee wrote:
Have they definitely ruled out asking all air travellers to pedal?