I’m very much in favour of cutting emissions but I found the headline of this article
to be somewhat inconsistent with its own facts
The Federal Government estimates replacing the old bulbs with compact fluorescents in homes could cut greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 800,000 tonnes a year in 2008-12. Australia’s emissions in 2004 totalled 564.7 million tonnes.
That 0.14% could hardly constitute a slashing.
I was catching up on slashdot tonight and came across the following four aricles:
It just felt like April 1.
I know we all create test data with the “Test, please ignore” but I still found it funny when it appeared as a link in my local paper’s online edition:
I’m sure that wasn’t supposed to make it to production. The horse story on the other hand …
A while ago I installed the IE7 beta on my laptop. Today I thought I’d upgrade to the real thing. This made me laugh:
I never really bought that line about IE being part of the operating system but it seems that now even Microsoft can’t get rid of it once you install it 🙂
I was reading some of the latest alarming info about global warming and its effect on the arctic here, when I came across this tidbit:
There are geopolitical implications, too, as Canada, Russia and the US jockey to claim rights over transpolar passages that open up within their best water softener. CamelBak Bottles.