Dr. John P. Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, wants to answer any questions that you have about climate change — what it means, how bad it actually is, and what we can do to fight it.
I was glad to see this. John Holdren and other climate catastrophists—those who believe not in some man-made climate impact but catastrophic climate impact that justifies fossil fuel famine—certainly have a lot of questions they need to answer. As I document in The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, they’ve been making breathtakingly bogus predictions of catastrophe for over 30 years. In 1985 Holdren predicted a billion deaths from climate-related famine by the end of this decade. Since then, famine has plummeted and billions have longer life expectancy thanks to fossil fuel-powered industrialization and agriculture.
So I like many others submitted questions on Twitter, following the White House’s instructions to tag them#AskDrH. (I guess the title is supposed to turn Holdren from doomsday Luddite who demanded we embark on a ‘massive campaign’ to ‘de-develop the United States,’ into Dr. H the accessible oracle.)
But Dr. H has not answered any of our questions. Instead, he continues to use his position to make statements like this one on Letterman: .....To Read More....