Learning from Medieval Copenhagen


A model of Copenhagen during medieval times. Note the sandbags around the perimeter. Green activists had planned to flood the area with water to show the devastating consequences of failing to take action on global warming now.

Note that the area isn’t flooded. It seems the model — like the greens’ dire predictions — doesn’t hold water.

Written by David A. Ridenour, vice president of the National Center for Public Policy Research. Write the author at [email protected]. As we occasionally reprint letters on the blog, please note if you prefer that your correspondence be kept private, or only published anonymously.

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