Thursday, 21 June 2012

Lovelock Betrays Gaia, I can Feel their Pain..

Lovelock speaks the truth and he is now a "traitor" to the weirdos..
It has always been a sad reflection on the Greens and other tree hugging hypocrites, that they really had nothing in the way of a policy or even some type of decent intelligent plan to follow. So they had to create and write their own fraudulent version of some type of bible. They had no clue whatsoever as to which way to go or what to believe, so they had to make it up as they went or just fill in the gaps from one or another nominated individual whom they agreed with or seemed to present something that appeared tangible and acceptable to their delusional mindset..

Lovelock was ofcourse one of those they chose to follow as his theory on Gaia was a revelation to their ears and thereby they slapped him onto a pedastal and paid homage to his superior intellect and interpretations of the planet. All was quickly forgotton as they heard their hero utter words that pained them and made them stagger about like they were in the dark. Their leader, their Guru, their Master of the Planet had uttered words that made their ears bleed and stifled their tofu muddled brains, seized with fright and terror.

He has betrayed them by speaking  those word that must not be named.

Lovelock goes mad for shale gas

A glorious interview with James Lovelock in today's Guardian. Essential reading for everyone, greens especially. In it, the inventor of Gaia theory and godfather of modern environmentalism declares that wind farms are hideous, renewables are a waste of space, nuclear power is good, sea level rises aren't a worry, environmentalism has replaced Christianity as the global religion and that we should all be "going mad on" shale gas, which he considers our best energy hope for the immediate future.
My favourite line, though is this one:
"I'm neither strongly left nor right, but I detest the Liberal Democrats."
Needless to say the eco-nuts who congregate beneath Komment Macht Frei are going mental. One commenter calls him an "evil bastard". Several others say they always thought Gaia theory was total rubbish anyway and suggest that at 92 Lovelock has probably started to lose his marbles.
Really? All sounds perfectly sensible to me.
Have a read of this:
Lovelock does not miss a chance to criticise the green movement that has long paid heed to his views. "It's just the way the humans are that if there's a cause of some sort, a religion starts forming around it. It just so happens that the green religion is now taking over from the Christian religion. I don't think people have noticed that, but it's got all the sort of terms that religions use. The greens use guilt. You can't win people round by saying they are guilty for putting CO2 in the air."
Or this:
Having already upset many environmentalists – for whom he is something of a guru – with his long-time support for nuclear power and his hatred of wind power (he has a picture of a wind turbine on the wall of his study to remind him how "ugly and useless they are"), he is now coming out in favour of "fracking", the controversial technique for extracting natural gas from the ground. He argues that, while not perfect, it produces far less CO2 than burning coal: "Gas is almost a give-away in the US at the moment. They've gone for fracking in a big way. Let's be pragmatic and sensible and get Britain to switch everything to methane. We should be going mad on it."
If anyone can find serious flaws in this argument, I'd love to hear them. (And no: "James Lovelock is, like, really old, and, like, Gaia Theory sucks. Heh heh heh," isn't good enough).
My only criticisms of Lovelock's recantations are that a) they couldn't have come a few years earlier (they would have been a lot braver – and more devastating – when the global warming craze was at its peak and that b) they seem to have been prompted at least partly by self-interest.
The move, he says, has been forced on him. Three years ago, he received a heating bill for the winter totalling £6,000. His age means he has to have the heating on full in his poorly insulted home and, with his disabled son, Tom, living in a house next door, his outgoings on fuel rocketed. Damp winters on the edge of Dartmoor were taking their toll, so in recent years he has overwintered in St Louis, his wife's hometown in Missouri. The experience altered his attitude to the politics and economics of energy.
against their idols and alters, he has laid straight what was crooked and he uttered words that were already erased from their memories like fractering, wind mills suck and nuclear power is a winner. They are in shock...

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