NASA is no longer in the manned space-flight business, but that doesn’t mean it’s short of space cadets.
James Hansen wants to arrest the President if his administration green-lights the Keystone XL pipeline:
This raises a question: if the Keystone XL pipeline is approved, can we make a citizen’s arrest on Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for violating the Energy Independence and Security Act? If they were put in the back of a hot paddy wagon in DC and held for at least several hours with their hands tied behind their backs, maybe they would have a chance to think over this matter more clearly.
No news on whether the Secret Service will be raiding NASA, but at least the space agency can relax about future missions. Why bother going to the moon when the moonbats already work for you? (Daily Bayonet)
On the same week when CERN has shown that cosmic rays strongly determine the rate of the birth of condensation nuclei and cloud condensation nuclei, and they and the Sun therefore decide about much of the climate change on Earth, the alarmist scientists are not sleeping, either. (TRF)