In this episode of Climate Change Roundtable, we are going to look and the good, the bad, and the ugly things that came in the aftermath of the ICCC15 Climate Conference in Orlando.
Spoiler: One of the good things that came out of the conference is the realization that a young woman of style, grace, and intelligence is stepping up to be the “anti-Greta.” And, she’s from Germany, so this will mark our first “international” edition of CCR. Also, some predictable, yet pretty ugly things came out of the conference too. Some people just “can’t handle the Truth!”
We’ll factually impale those folks in a fun way. Join us at 1PM EST Friday with our host Anthony Watts, and our regular panelists Sterling Burnett, and Linnea Lueken, for what promises to be a raucous and fun show.
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Good: WUWT blog going strong
Bad: Hydrogen boiler in your kitchen
Ugly: 4×4-inch hole in the kitchen wall
Households that have hydrogen boilers installed could be forced to drill a 4×4-inch hole in their wall to mitigate risks of explosion, according to recommendations in a government-backed safety report.
Residents in a neighbourhood being considered for a trial of hydrogen for home heating have been alarmed by a report’s recommendation that rooms with boilers hobs or substantial pipework “should have non-closable vents with [an] equivalent area of 10,000 mm2”.
Magnificent. These guys get it, spread the word to the common person. My hat is off to all four of them. The sooner the average guy becomes informed the sooner this crap will end.