I hope Bill Buckley and George Orwell are comparing notes:
Among the 52 organizations, Good , Bad, & Ugly lending their 503C's to the claim that next weeks New York conference on the climate non-crisis is not funded [directly] by corporations, is one I have celebrated : but whose largess I somehow never expected to receive:
"The Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute is a non-partisan public policy think tank conducting research on technology, science and culture, economics, and foreign affairs. Its mission is to make a positive vision of the future practical. It discovers and promotes ideas in the common-sense tradition of representative government, the free market, and individual liberty. Its mission is promoted through books, reports, legislative testimony, articles, public conferences..."
To that mandate may be added the subsidy of seriously screwing around with scientific content .the
self explanatory title of my presentation ' Fossil Hydrogen ', on how shifting fuel sources could mitigate CO2 emissions per kilowatt hour was transformed without my advice or consent into:
'Coal Power Not at Odds with Reducing Carbon Emissions'
Huh ? It's about closing down a quarter of the coal mines in existence.
Read the beta version here and compare it with the bogus title printed in the program of a conference whose sessions ironically includes
Business & Media Institute Roundtable Panel:
Global Warming Censored
Since 1/52 of the conference honorarium is $19.23 , and it costs $ 9.95 a month to run this place , entry-level Philanthropists may send me a 31 cent monthly subvention to earn a coveted Adamant Distinguished Discovery Fellowship, and standing room at my next lecture on the subject. In forlorn hope of a happier relabeling malfunction,its working title is Coal Tar: Key To Peace In The Holy Land ,