CIA stops spying on carbon dioxide

It seemed like a good idea at the time. The CIA would have a full time department to monitor… um… anthropogenic global warming. The dream, however, is dead.

[T]he CIA has quietly shut down its Center on Climate Change and National Security — a project that was launched with the support of Leon Panetta when he led the agency, but that drew sharp criticism from some Republicans in Congress.

Multiple sources with knowledge of the center said it closed its doors earlier this year, with its staff and analysis continuing under other auspices.

Would anyone be surprised to learn that the funds saved here were simply transferred to form a new Gestapo in the EPA?

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2 Responses to CIA stops spying on carbon dioxide

  1. messup says:

    Has anybody reviewed USA’s debacle with 1930’s-era manmade “Dust Bowl?”

    Earth is on an irreversible course of “entropy.” Cooling. Seasonal spurts in calamities around the globe (like USA’s “Dust Bowl”), do not in any way shape or form alter this eventual date set in stone…earth’s ultimate demise.

    Al Gore’s personal agenda aside, since the dawn of time, earth is on a march towards “entropy.” The celestial grave. Pray. Amen.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    Well, to be precise, the universe is in a state of increasing entropy. The earth, however, is not. The earth is not a closed system and receives huge amounts of energy from the sun and very small amounts from other external sources. Since the has billions and billions of years left, I am not going to stress out about it.