The thermodynamic consequences of voodoo, Petro-sponsored, climate initiatives.
- Oct 28, 2019 4:57 pm GMT
“Voodoo economics” is a derogatory phrase coined by George H. W. Bush during the 1980 presidential election campaign in which he characterized President Reagan's economic policies, as being unrealistic and ill-advised particularly with respect to increased levels of public spending and reducing taxes.
The phrase has since become widely-used to dismiss the overly ambitious economic pledges of politicians in general but when political ambition overrides science, particularly concerning thermodynamics, the bad policy quickly becomes lethal.
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