Free Markets, Free People
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Subject(s): The proverbial wheels are coming off the alleged scientific basis for AGW. We’ll talk about that and about the prospects for Copenhagen and cap-and-trade (which has now been put off until at least spring). And, of course, the debate on the Senate version of the health care bill has begun – Reid was able to muster 60 votes to bring the 2000+ page bill to the floor for debate, but will he be able to keep those 60 to invoke cloture? That’s the question. And, of course, joblessness continues rampant with another 500,000 filing first time claims. The administration seems to finally be noticing that and has vowed to have a job summit. In December. Maybe. That’s got to give you a warm fuzzy.
Despite the mounting questions about the science involved with theory of AGW, the reason most nations, especially “developing” nations, support the theory lock, stock and barrel is because they stand to receive a great deal of money and they don’t have to do a thing.
Central American nations will demand 105 billion dollars from industrialized countries for damages caused by global warming, the region’s representatives said on Friday.
Central American environment ministers gathered in Guatemala to discuss the so-called “ecological debt” owed to them and to set out a common position ahead of climate talks in Copenhagen next month.
Guatemalan environment minister Luis Ferrate said the 105-billion-dollar price tag was “an estimate” of the damage done by climate change across 16 sectors in Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Panama.
This is all about looting the “industrialized” countries for every penny they can get and they don’t have to prove a thing since the industrialized countries have also ignored the dubiousness of the science and set themselves up to be looted.
The only thing I’d like to know is how they arrived at the price tag?
If you’re one of those folks that asks for a seatbelt extender when you get on a flight, you may want to take Peru off your vacation destination list. And not for the reason you might think:
A gang of killers who murdered to steal their victims’ body fat have been arrested in Peru.
Police said the three people held in the jungle province of Huanuco confessed to five killings and said they could sell one litre of fat for £10,000 to the cosmetic industry.
The men said the fat was sold to intermediaries in Lima, who police suspect sold it to companies in Europe.
No animals were injured in the manufacture of these cosmetics – not.
This is also not a new business:
It is believed six members of the gang are still at large, including leader Hilario Cudena, 56, who Castillejos said had been killing people to extract human fat for more than 30 years.
Medical authorities said last night human fat is used in anti-wrinkle treatments – but is always extracted from the patient, usually from the stomach or buttocks.
There would be a risk of reaction that could lead to lifethreatening consequences if fat from someone else were used, said dermatology professor Dr Neil Sadick.
So the questions – if what Sadick says is true and this his been going on for 30 years, who in Europe is buying this stuff and why?
There’s obviously a market somewhere.
A little Sunday puzzler for you.