|Former Global Warming Guru Slams Green Energy|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Jun 18, 2012, 11:46 PM|
James Lovelock had earned notoriety for claiming that climate change would murder millions of human beings by the end of this century. It would seem likely that this man would support President Barack Obama’s United Nations’ carbon trading schemes or the alternative energy movement, but he doesn’t.
According to the Daily Mail of London, “on the eve of a major environmental summit, he has attacked the modern green movement – declaring its theories ‘meaningless drivel.’”
Nearly half a century after he announced his Gaia Theory that inspired a generation of activists, the former NASA scientist now contends that rising sea levels were not a problem and that wind turbines are ‘useless.’
As reported by the Mail, “the 92-year-old described the modern green movement as a ‘religion,’ which used guilt to gain support.
He said, “it just so happens that the green religion is now taking over from the Christian religion.
Mr. Lovelock firmly supports fracking drilling for shale gas.
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