AGW and the rest of the nut jobs
Sometimes, there are nut jobs and then there are really nut jobs.
AGW (you know, I admit I just don't know what the first A really stands for?) is one of those really ones.
I can understand being for saving energy (after all, energy costs a lot, no matter what you do to generate the energy).
And I can understand being in favor of energy efficient methods of generating and using energy.
But claiming that CO2 is evil just goes over the limit: how can all those poor plants all over the planet eat if all their chlorophyll filled cells can't get enough atoms to convert into energy?
And i can't understand the people against nuclear energy. After all, all energy is just conversion of some kind of nucleus+electrons to some other kind, so why worry if it is radioactive or carbon based, as long as it is really controllable? And I don't consider anything in the ex-USSR as any sort of valid control... much less when it was a "control" in the 80s.
If anything, I would consider it a warning against the current direction of the government controls, rather than against the energy policies...