Climate Modeling Computers to Be Powered By Coal

The National Center for Atmospheric Research has decided that running their newest supercomputer off of power generated by wind, solar, and cleaner burning natural gas from Colorado was just too expensive.  This super computer will be used to run models that will be used to scare the bejesus out of everyone using dire climate change predictions.

The facility's anticipated cost is $66 million and will be located in Wyoming.  It is estimated that up to 96% of Wyoming's electricity comes from coal fired power plants.  I would insert some comment about hypocracy, but I am convinced that the vast majority of anthropomorphic climate change supporters have no understanding of that word's meaning.

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