Friday, October 08, 2010

As California goes....

So, we have all these Greenies and Liberals (that was redundant, wasn't it?) pointing at Cali and trying to follow their emission standards. They probably used it in the EPA to force other states to tighten up on their air quality standards.

I wouldn't even be surprised to see it as a basis for that UN climate kookbook.

So, if they're pointing to the Cali air board and using their numbers- what do you think would happen if- like the East Anglia climate fraud- CalAir was off by 340% on the high side of emission numbers?

The pollution estimate in question was too high - by 340 percent, according to the California Air Resources Board, the state agency charged with researching and adopting air quality standards. The estimate was a key part in the creation of a regulation adopted by the Air Resources Board in 2007, a rule that forces businesses to cut diesel emissions by replacing or making costly upgrades to...

It's almost like they have some kind of agenda....

The overestimate, which comes after another bad calculation by the air board on diesel-related deaths that made headlines in 2009, prompted the board to suspend the regulation this year while officials decided whether to weaken the rule.

It's just too bad that the truth just keeps oozing out.

Ohh noes! Look at all that di-hydrogen monoxide polluting the pristine atmosphere.

1 comment:

  1. Di-Hydrogen Monoxide?!?! Oh Noes!!!! I heard that stuff will kill you deader 'n Hell if you breathe it. Even just a little bit!