The Real Root, and the Real Cure, of Eco-Fears Fear of environmental catastrophe grows out of lack of fear of God. That, I would argue, is the real root of the environmental scares that have plagued the modern world. Indeed, Green fear mongers are far more afraid of the Earth—a fact epitomized in the title of James Lovelock’s The Revenge of Gaia—than they are of Earth’s Creator, who is the real holy and just Judge.
James Lovelock: we should give up on saving the planet – video
Over 250 noteworthy Climategate 2.0 e-mails detailing the doubts within the catastrophic human-caused warming crowd about data, assertions, and IPCC trustworthiness, plus the cozy relationship the small, tight CH-CW group enjoys with the media.
James Lovelock: 'Instead of robots taking over the world, what if we join with them?'
James Lovelock: environmentalism has become a religion. Scientist behind the Gaia hypothesis says environment movement does not pay enough attention to facts and he was too certain in the past about rising temperatures | The Guardian
'Enjoy life while you can' - article from The Guardian (UK) Climate science maverick James Lovelock believes catastrophe is inevitable, carbon offsetting is a joke and ethical living a scam. So what would he do? By Decca Aitkenhead