Thursday, July 9, 2009

"Predicting is hard, especially of the future."

Famous malapropist Yogi Berra said that. Princeton physicist William Happer agrees. There are mountains and mountains of evidence against global warming faux-science and hundreds (now over 800 scientists) begging for attention to explain how goofy this wave of insanity is.

Happer cited an ice age at the time of the American Revolution, when Londoners skated on the Thames, and warm periods during the Middle Ages, when settlers were able to farm southern portions of Greenland, as evidence of naturally occurring fluctuations that undermine the case for anthropogenic influence.“[Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration] was exactly the same then. It didn’t change at all,” he explained. “So there was something that was making the
earth warm and cool that modelers still don’t really understand.”
The problem does not in fact exist, he said, and society should not sacrifice for nothing.
“[Climate change theory has] been extremely bad for science. It’s
going to give science a really bad name in the future,” he said. “I think
science is one of the great triumphs of humankind, and I hate to see it dragged through the mud in an episode like this.”

No one is presenting this information. We have been indoctrinated to believe this crap. It is a media blackout that I simply can't understand. My kids think I'm nuts, they won't read all the information. They are walking in lockstep with the Al Gore minions.

We all want cleaner air, locally produced energy etc. but this insanity about CO2 has got to stop.

Stop. Put the kool aid down!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If it hadn't been for the ice age in the Revolutionary War, George Washington couldn't have surprised the British at Christmas. And now you know the rest of the story. Good day.