Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Global Climate Change, Grazing, Ants and Butterflies

How a species of butterflies becoming extinct in the UK was initially blamed on global warming, but turned out to be the result of a complex interaction between changes in grazing, and ants that depended on grazing.

Much to long too excerpt with any reasonable chance of telling the story.  Read the whole thing. 

Fabricating Climate Doom – Part 2: Hijacking Conservation Success in the UK to Build Consensus!

Large Blue butterfly, Maculinea arion
 When the government buys you a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

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