Meanwhile in Perth… Email to Jason Morrison

Yep, the nation’s water has been spiked

December 7th, 2007 at 02:44pm

Either that or the door to the lunatic asylum have been left open and unguarded.

An academic says nations need to cut greenhouse pollution by 50 per cent by 2025 and 100 per cent by 2050 .. to avoid climatic disaster.

Climate change researcher IAN MCGREGOR says the kind of emissions cuts being discussed at the UN conference in Bali would not avert catastrophic climate change.

Mr MCGREGOR .. from Sydney’s University of Technology .. says the recent dramatic melting of ice in the Arctic shows the world’s in greater trouble than originally thought.

Somebody’s been paying a bit too much attention to Lachlan Connor’s policies.

First it’s the Melbourne taxi drivers wanting to be immune from demerit points, then New South Wales transport minister John Watkins informs everyone of his delusion that Morris Iemma can’t be run over by a bus because of the marvellous job he is doing as transport minister, then Western Australia’ Corrective Services Minister launchers her own branch of mathematics, and now this. Did somebody fly me to a different planet while I was sleeping?

Honestly, some days on this planet should just be skipped.

Samuel

Entry Filed under: Bizarreness,General News,Global Warming

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  • 1. tuggers  |  December 9th, 2007 at 11:30 pm

    Ok Samuel. The flu epidemic has passed, the election is over (Wasn’t it your first one? Very brave of you to consider standing then…) John Laws and Peter Fitzsimons have resigned from 2UE and the ACT Government is still plodding along. How about you make some more comment about Canberra thngs and even pick up the radio surveys notion again.


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