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EMF-22 climate models are used to estimate the social cost of carbon … out to the year 2300.

2 Responses to “This Week’s Sign of the Economic Apocalypse”

  1. Harry says:

    That report is 53 pages long, the tip of the iceberg to get to the conclusion that a ton of carbon not burned is worth $33.

    Think of the thousands of hours it took to write that report, the purpose of which is to justify government intervention into every corner of our lives.

  2. Rod says:

    How’s this for a lie: “The interagency group offers the new SCC values with all due humility about the uncertainties embedded in them and with a sincere promise to continue work to improve them.”

    I bet.

    More likely: the interagency group will fight tooth and nail to resist any criticism of its findings or methodology. Geeze, I used the word “methodology.” You have to excuse me. I get all flummoxed when I try to stay awake reading a government report like this.

    Here you have a government report that justifies things like subsidizing windmills and solar panels at the expense of carbon fuels, which are abundant in this country and should be cheap. No, we have to be like the Europeans in their tinny little Citroens and Fiats. Fiats, perfect for hauling inflated currency.

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