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Is this Dilbert on ClimateGate?

Is Scott Adams’ Dilbert making fun of the current ClimateGate controversy?

In ClimateGate, really smart researchers on the climate took a bunch of data and made some conclusions. They didn’t think their pointy-haired constituents that paid their salaries deserved to have all of the data – instead they gave us a thimble of the data. Of course, in their case they didn’t tell us to wear the thimble like a hat – they just said that we should trust them since they are scientists and know what is good for us. In fact that big pile of paper that Dilbert is carrying doesn’t exist from Paul Jones and his friends – they threw the pile of paper away and just left the thimble!

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The impression of doing good

Dilbert and his boss once again point out the hypocrisy of life.  In this case it is due to trying to be environmentally good.

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It is hard to be good.  Sorry, Mr. Gore, but it is true.  Here are a few inconvenient facts:

  1. It is very dangerous to the health of you and your children to live in a home or enter a room where a CFL (compact fluorescent) bulb has broken.  That danger is minimized if you have had the room cleaned by a hazardous waste team.  What is the problem?  Mercury.  Check out this article.
  2. While Toyota and others are offering a bounty for the return of their hybrid batteries, the disposal of all those ecologically unsafe batteries is a real concern.

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Video: Censored EPA employee, Alan Carlin, appears on Fox & Friends

I first saw this video of Alan Carlin from the EPA over at Gore Lied.  I thought you should take a look.

I think Dr. Carlin looks pretty credible.  He is obviously not a great public speaker and he can probably count on one hand the number of times he has been interviewed on national television on one hand. He, wisely, doesn’t do a lot guessing in his interview and he even answers one question by saying that he can only report on what he was told.  Good for him – report the facts and let the conclusion grow from there.

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Dilbert tries to reduce his carbon footprint

Dilbert is trying to do his best to reduce his carbon footprint but he may have gone a bit over the top on his efforts.  Click on the image to go to the Dilbert site and see it as full size.

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Dilbert: Director of Green

When the EPA was a joke, “Ghostbusters” made fun of it in the movie.  Now we have Dilbert.  Click the image to go to the Dilbert site to see the full size cartoon:

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I can’t resist showing this Dilbert cartoon

I think that Dilbert cartoons are incredibly funny most of the time. Maybe it is because I have spent much of my life in corporate America and therefore I can relate to many of the story lines.

This episode is on-target with this site. Enjoy. Laugh. Go read other Dilbert cartoons. Have a good weekend.

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Windmills and Economics

The Dilbert Blog – September 12, 2007

So now Dilbert is getting into the global warming discussion! Actually, Scott Adams, the creative force behind Dilbert has commented on global warming before on his blog as well as mentioning it in the famous strip.

His blog entry on this subject actually makes a lot of sense though and I commend him on writing this. I found the entry because he comments on the “burning saltwater” story that I also commented on. His point is that it will take energy to create hydrogen from saltwater and that energy may be created by windmills. While he doesn’t go into details as to the economics of this effort, it at least deserves thought.

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One more Sunday comic on Global Warming

Dilbert.com – July 1, 2007

C’mon – laugh a little bit.  This one actually appeared today by Scott Adams. It is always good to laugh at serious things like global warming – otherwise we will just go crazy.

I particularly like this one since it does something that is so prevalent – blame global warming for EVERYTHING (see here and here).

Click the image to go to the website that has a full size version.

Here is some related reading for you to enjoy:
Laugh a little with Dilbert
Sunday Global Warming Comics

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Sunday Global Warming Comics

Here are some global warming cartoons for a sunny Sunday! Click each to go to the original website and see the full-size version.

 

You can see more cartoons on global warming here.

Here is some related reading for you to enjoy:
Laugh a little with Dilbert
Global Warming Editorial Cartoons
Global Warming Editorial Cartoons on BUUUUURRRRNING HOT

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Laugh a little with Dilbert

Scott Adams, the creator of the wonderful comic strip, Dilbert, just did a short series on global warming.  Regardless of your feelings on Dilbert, you should get a laugh out of one of these.

Scott does this as a living so I am not going to cross post the images here.  Instead, please click through to the links below and enjoy.  I have no idea how long these strips will be in place so click quickly!

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June 21

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