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Thursday, October 2, 2008

Climate sense from Miranda Devine

Well done Miranda for getting this published in the Sydney Moonbat Herald! Garnaut's idea of eating kangaroo didn't go down too well with her (and probably with many, many others):
I don't want to eat kangaroo. Ever. It's dark, chewy, gamey and smelly. But, says Ross Garnaut, the Government's economics guru on climate change, kangaroo is what we will all have to eat in a few years. Beef and lamb will be reserved only for the very wealthy in the brave new future he envisages, in which Australia leads the world on tackling climate change.

And again, she skewers the main plank of Garnaut's report:
The argument is "similar to advising a man with a gangrenous leg that paying $50,000 for an aspirin is a good deal because the cost compares favourably to the cost of inaction, which is losing the leg," Danish statistician Bjorn Lomborg, wrote last month. "Of course, the aspirin doesn't prevent that outcome."

Read the rest here.


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