Join us for episode 61 of Climate Change Roundtable, titled “Joe Biden vs. The People – Reliable, Affordable, Power?” This week’s episode features a discussion of the Biden initiative on making power plants do carbon dioxide capture – a technology that is far from proven, much less practical. It is expected this will add significant costs to every power bill in America.
Meanwhile, a recent national poll shows that people are seeing less urgency in the so called “climate crisis.” The left’s dismissal of the crisis narrative is most telling.
Host Anthony Watts and expert weekly panelists H. Sterling Burnett and Linnea Lueken will discuss carbon dioxide sequestration as well as the latest poll. We’ll answer your questions too!
Set a reminder and tune in to join the conversation as we point out the folly of this plan and how it subverts the will of the people. Climate Change Roundtable, premiering every Friday at 12pm CT/1PM ET. Join the live chat and share your thoughts with Anthony, Sterling, Linnea, and fellow viewers.
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OK, again I tried to use link to watch this on youtube and it refuses to connect. What is the deal?
I’m having the same problem lately with youtube, doesn’t seem to like direct links. I right-click on the youtube link at bottom left of the video, choose ‘open in new tab’ from context menu.
Anthony may need to switch to Rumble. Maybe fewer people, but there seems to be less censo….
Having same issue from other websites, too.
And stranger still, I opened my youtube account and Heartland institute has been removed from my subscribed channels. Been subscribed to them on youtube for several years, suddenly disappeared.
Works 11am in USA SW.
Whatever Clown Joey proposes – just do the opposite – works every time.
Re: Sterling at around 10 minutes – industry will die.
Is there an example for similar in history?
Re: Watts at around 20 minutes – bullet train 4x over budget
I relentlessly jeered Boston’s “Big Dig” for dwarfing its original budget projection. Years later it looks “cheap”.
Even if the train stinks, it might help cap airline prices,
Grrrrrrr. Those words are so overused. Who’s existence?
Safe to say that “Climate Change” is NOT an “existential threat” in any sense of the word.
Re: Linea at about 30 minutes – right/left vs opinion on the validity of climate science
Paraphrasing her thought as best I can for brevity: The right/left political climate divide implies politics unlike a cancer analogy.
I think both political teams would stand against cancer, but government funded cancer research might split politically if the bill grows too high.
To reach net zero high street shops will have to conform to energy regulations
Or maybe they won’t
“”Locals despair as their areas are hollowed out by continuing death of the High Street with popular stores replaced by boarded-up shops after report showed north has been hit hardest””
Still, emissions are down
I’ve written too many comments here, but one last….
Opinion poll graphic at 32mins: Americans put economy and health care costs 1 and 2, then say keep money out of politics? Seems to contradict.
We’d be much better off keeping politicians out of politics! 😎
Okay, one more…. at 58 minutes … question about _free_ solar electricity was hillarious.
CO2 keeps rising….ask Shufflin’ Joe what to do? He will say double down on his stupid plan.
The polar vortex pattern in the lower stratosphere will cause strong cooling in the South Pacific.