November 29, 2008
I told you so. . .
It's no secret on this blog that I'm a firm skeptic when it comes to global warming. I don't care really what the correct term is, whether it be climate change or catastrophic global man-made superheating of the atmosphere that will kill us all. It's all BS.
The fact is that the Earth is going to continue, as it has for millions upon millions of years, to have wildly varying climates over time. Sometimes it's going to be hot, sometimes it's going to be cold. Sometimes, it might get REALLY REALLY cold, and sometimes it might get REALLY REALLY hot. You see. . .the Earth itself wobbles on it's axis, that's right people, the Earth doesn't spin perfectly. . . it tilts this way and that way. These wobbles can have dramatic year to year, or decade to decade climate change.
Then there's the sun. That big seemingly uncontrolled nuclear explosion that is so gargantuanly huge, that the force of it's own gravity has turned that explosiong into a furnace that created most of the atoms bigger than hydrogen present in our solarsystem, and which also. . . by the way. . . creates nearly all of the energy and HEAT in the solar system. While I'm at it, let me just point out that the very recent activity of the sun is unprecedented in recorded history and we are most likely in for one hell of a cold snap here on Earth.
Yeah, that's right. I'm so anti- the concept of anthropogenic global warming that I'm actually a member of the global cooling crowd. I'm far, far more concerned by the sun's behavior and it's near immediate effect on us than I am any insignificant changes we puny humans might be able to bring about on this planet.
Ok, enough of a rant. If you read this far, let me reward you with an excellent article on the incoming president of the European Union and uber-anthropogenic-climate-change-skeptic™ Vaclav Klaus, the religous nature of the climate change zealots/cultists and a touch on some real science that should make you think twice about stocking up on essentials and preparing for a heckuva hard time.
Posted by JasonColeman at November 29, 2008 12:09 AM
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