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Heat Wave Is No Reason For Alarm

Kevin703 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 8:14 AM
I would suspect that the effects of droughts are magnified more now than they were in the 1930's because our population is so much larger. The corn crops are really being adversely affected and so it seems likely that we're going to see the prices of all sorts of products go up. Corn is used in all kinds of products, both food and non-food.
Ron4594 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 3:07 PM
God gave us corn as a perfect food.
God gave us gasoline as a perfect fuel.
Maybe the drought is a reminder not to waste the perfect food, by making it into alcohol and using it to dilute the perfect fuel.

Baby, it's hot outside. If it wasn't for the refreshing cold front pushing through parts of the U.S. right now, one might be tempted to think there is something to all that global warming nonsense that conveniently breaks out every time it is warm enough for a climate change alarmist to break out in a sweat.

To be fair, climate change is real. It occurs four times a year when winter turns into spring turns into summer turns into fall. Alarmists don't see it that way, so they squawk "The sky is falling" every time conditions vary outside their interpretation of...