I used to do wingnut roundups almost every weekend, but wading through all that dumbassery made me fear for civilization itself. It also hurt my head. I will now wade back in.
One of the best sources of pure, Grade A wingnuttery is the American Thinker. I was reminded of this yesterday when I came across the following over at Sadly, No!
In a statistical study entitled “Reproduction and the Carbon Legacies of Individuals,” published in Global Environmental Change by Murtaugh and Shlax of Oregon State University, and again published here, the authors propose that the potential savings from reduced reproduction rates among humans are some 20 times more effective than the savings wrought by life style changes.
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