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    A Winning Trifecta For Climate Science And Rationality

    First, there was Michael Moore’s Planet of the Humans, then came Bjorn Lomborg’s False Alarm, and now Michael Schellenberger’s Apocalypse Never.

    All three authors sound the common theme that the hyper-green environmental activists who have captured, politicized, and monetized the concern for the environment has, as Lomborg explains, created a false climate alarm that has “costs us trillions, hurts the poor, and fails to fix the planet.”

    To varying degrees, all three authors come from a strong environmental activist background, which observation makes their public revelations even more noteworthy.

    Planet of the Humans, the recent film produced by Michael Moore, caused consternation and a considerable backlash from the green activists and their allied backers by pointing out how traditional energy companies had co-opted the environmental movement by donning a green alter-ego and embracing renewable energy.

    By doing so, the corporations gained access to government funding/subsidies for wind turbine and commercial solar power installations and created a public relations victory for their vociferous eco-shareholders.

    Moore’s revelation that the reality of needing to provide 24/7 reliable electricity to consumers ensures that fossil fuel plants will remain the primary energy sources because of the failure of wind or

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