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Fear of Global Warming a Phobia

Blaming others for the weather seen as a serious sickness… Pseudofraidy affect (PFA), Kalimeraphobia, Labilephobia refers to a neurologic disorder characterized by fear of a hotter, more intimidating world than it actually is prompting a desire for more protection than … Continue reading

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The Shonky Political Science of Global Warming

The socioeconomics of global warming has eclipsed the science of it. Consider, for example, the use of the analogy of a greenhouse to connote a problem for humanity. We all know that a cup of oil contains more energy than a … Continue reading

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r. w. emerson redux

To err is consensus. Individual liberty works—literally; going Greek don’t. (Hot World Syndrome Defined)

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