Gates And Pachauri, Massive Climahypocrite

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    Climate Creationists Gates And Pachauri, Massive Climahypocrite
    Here's a question for you, True Believers: if man caused global warming,
    or "climate change," if you prefer, is so bad, then why does it seem that
    all your leaders live the high carbon life? First up today, the head of the
    UN Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change! RAJENDRA PACHAURI has a
    chauffeur, lives in...
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    Here's a question for you, True Believers: if man caused global warming, or
    "climate change," if you prefer, is so bad, then why does it seem that all
    your leaders live the high carbon life? First up today, the head of the UN
    Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change!
    RAJENDRA PACHAURI has a chauffeur, lives in luxury and jets across the
    world on his quest to ban Sunday roasts and cheap flights. Now he's accused
    of exaggerating the climate change crisis.

    MOST mornings he is driven to work from his 5 million home in a 1.8-litre
    Toyota Corolla by his personal chauffeur, as befits his status as
    director-general of a New Delhi research institute employing more than 700
    staff.
    How does that sound, Climate Alarmist?

    And then we have Bill Gates, who told NY Times Dot Earth reporter Andrew
    Revkin (all links via Tom Nelson)
    We need both a market push (R&D funding) and market pull by having a price
    on carbon. Pricing carbon emissions would help in many ways. It would
    encourage increased efficiency, increased deployment, more private R&D and
    provide funding for government R&D. More efficient use of energy is
    important. There are a lot of great efficiency approaches like building
    standards, and Cafe standards that can make a difference.
    But, of course, Gates lives in a 66,000 square foot house
    The house is a modern design in the Pacific lodge style, with classic
    features such as a large private library with a dome shaped roof and oculus
    (light well).[3] The house also features an estate-wide server system
    running Windows and heated floors and driveways. Guests wear pins that upon
    entrance of a room automatically adjust temperature, music, and lighting
    based on the guest's preferences, according to the narration in the virtual
    tour below.
    It has an average power bill of $30,000 a month. He flies around in a $21
    million private jet. Is that climate hypocrisy, believers?

    We already know about so much of the climate hypocrisy from the leaders and
    high profile celebs, people such as Al Gore, Barack Obama, Leonardo
    DiCaprio, James Cameron, Prince Charles, Robert Redford, Barbara Streisand,
    and so many more. Plus all the folks who jet off to exotic vacation spots
    for climate conferences around the world to complain about global warming.
    Is it any wonder more and more people are realizing that the whole AGW house
    of cards is pretty much like a Hollywood set, all facade and no interior?
    StevieO, Sep 4, 2010
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