In nature there are neither rewards nor punishments; there are consequences.

- Robert Green Ingersoll

Fearful Fools

As has been stated here before, the global warming fear mongers are fools, and of course leaders of the (D)emocrat party. (They really don't know why the keep losing?)

A couple of voices besides ours willing to blows against the storm of Al Gore's hot air:

The answer is, then, that we don't know the answer. If global warming is not due to human pollution, then it will probably just keep to its own private pattern - this could well mean the polar ice caps will melt, Magnetic Island will be covered by the sea and we'll all be rooned. Or it could mean a new Ice Age will happen and we'll all be frozen off the face of the earth. The natural cycle is no respecter of our houses, or our persons. Either way, I don't suppose my bike is going to make much difference. [Read]

"Gore's circumstantial arguments are so weak that they are pathetic. It is simply incredible that they, and his film, are commanding public attention." [Read]

Clearly, Gore does not speak for these people, he speaks for those who do not, can not, think.

posted at 10:01:58 on 06/14/06 by clearpolitics - Category: Science - [Permalink]

Previous | Next


Real inconvient truths. wrote:

The real problem with global warming - it apparently stopped happening (according to many reputable scientists) about 20 years ago.

I mean think about this - do we honestly believe that the Earth's ecosystem is so sensitive and fragile that me using hairspray in the 1970's created an ozone hole over the artic roughly the size of Texas?

I didn't believe it then - and I don't believe it now.
06/14/06 17:32:29

Add Comments

This item is closed, it's not possible to add new comments to it or to vote on it


Please visit our sponsors:

Please visit our sponsors:

The Gross National Debt