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For someone who fights Junk Science, Steve Milloy sure likes to spread… well, the junk science.
Remember the story a while ago about the lady who paid over $2000 to have the mercury cleaned up when she accidently smashed a compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL's)? If not, here's the alarmist piece Steve Milloy wrote for Fox News on the matter.
According to most reports on mercury and CFL's this lady was most likely a victim of a dubious clean-up crew than she was of mercury poisoning. Energystar reports that the amount of mercury in a CFL is about 100 times less than that found in your average thermometer (pdf).
No offense to NASA, but as far as maintaining the official US surface temperature records, it's the job of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
And according to the official NOAA records, the 10 hottest years begin with 1998, followed by 2006.But according to recent histrionics from the climate change denial industry, 1998 is no longer the hottest year in the US, it's 1934.
VIENNA - Curbs needed to fight global warming could be less drastic than a 50-percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 favoured by the European Union, the United States' chief climate negotiator said on Monday.
President George W. Bush agreed at a summit in Germany with his main industrial allies in June that UN climate reports showed that “global greenhouse gas emissions must stop rising, followed by substantial global emission reductions”.
However, the text of the agreement did not define “substantial”.