Some Humor!

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Mar 272007

This is how I treat my kids.

How Much Of This Bull Sh#t Are We Supposed To Take?

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Mar 112007

Warming Report to Warn of Coming Drought

Read the first paragraph:

The harmful effects of global warming on daily life are already showing up, and within a couple of decades hundreds of millions of people won’t have enough water, top scientists will say next month at a meeting in Belgium.

Keep in mind they are saying that millions of people won’t have enough water.

Now the second paragraph:

At the same time, tens of millions of others will be flooded out of their homes each year as the Earth reels from rising temperatures and sea levels, according to portions of a draft of an international scientific report obtained by The Associated Press.

Correct me if I’m wrong but if your flooded out of your home, wouldn’t that mean that you have too much water?

I’m not buying this Global Warming Bull Shit for one second!

The Great Global Warming Swindle

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Mar 052007

In a thought-provoking documentary, film-maker Martin Durkin argues that the theory of man-made global warming is a powerful political force that other explanations for climate change are not being properly aired.

The film brings together the arguments of leading scientists who disagree with the prevailing consensus that a ‘greenhouse effect’ of carbon dioxide released by human activity is the cause of rising global temperatures. Instead the documentary highlights recent research that the effect of the sun’s radiation on the atmosphere may be a better explanation for the regular swings of climate from ice ages to warm interglacial periods and back again. The film argues that the earth’s climate is always changing, and that rapid warmings and coolings took place long before the burning of fossil fuels. It argues that the present single-minded focus on reducing carbon emissions not only may have little impact on climate change, it may also have the unintended consequence of stifling development in the third world, prolonging endemic poverty and disease. The film features an impressive roll-call of experts, including nine professors – experts in climatology, oceanography, meteorology, environmental science, biogeography and paleoclimatology – from such reputable institutions as MIT, NASA, the International Arctic Research Centre, the Institut Pasteur, the Danish National Space Center and the Universities of London, Ottawa, Jerusalem, Winnipeg, Alabama and Virginia. The film hears from scientists who dispute the link between carbon dioxide levels and global temperatures.