Solar Panels Attract Tornadoes, and Other Facebook Wisdom
"In rural Carrol County, Indiana last week, I happened to listen in briefly on remarks at a County Commission meeting discussing wind and solar energy.
As familiar as I am with the entire range of bogus anti-clean energy talking points, I did hear a new one.
“Solar panels attract tornadoes.”
A new regional alliance, Project 46, named for the state highway linking Bartholomew, Brown, and Monroe counties, will attempt to address climate change.
(I think a good first step might be to replace the highway with a passenger train)
Great Lakes reach record lowest ice extent for this time in the season
On Feb. 13, the combined ice cover across the Great Lakes was 7.3%, breaking the old record from 2002. The historical average for ice cover season-to-date is 40%.
The region is nearing the average peak of ice season, but instead, ice levels are going down due to abnormally warm, near-record air temperatures.
🤨 I don't understand this. By the end of the century the southwest will be virtually uninhabitable. Why would people be moving there?
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2023 smashes record for world’s hottest year by huge margin
Prof Andrew Dessler, at Texas A&M University in the US, said the record set in 2023 was not surprising: “Every year for the rest of your life will be one of the hottest [on] record. This in turn means that 2023 will end up being one of the coldest years of this century. Enjoy it while it lasts.”