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Our Real Manmade Climate Crisis

Snarkasterous1 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 2:53 PM
Now, just hang on one doggone second! Are we to believe that running around screeching "The debate is over!" Stop investigating, just start handing over greater control and funding to the government to "Fix" this problem!" not an appropriate example of the scientific method? Wow....who knew? Thinking like that is almost enough to make one believe the process has been politicized, that scientists can be influenced by (grant) money and adulatory press coverage like everyone else, and that Al Gore is a bloated, bloviating, useless ponce. Wow..... - Snark
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 3:33 PM
It's about marketing 1-world totalitarianism giving the world ruling elite power to arbitrarily decide who gets what.

If it was about an impending catastrophe, they wouldn't be paying off their buddies with "green grants" to run solar & wind companies into the ground, & the activists wouldn't stand for it. They wouldn't be blathering about discredited energy rationing & taxing schemes. We'd probably be bringing fusion & satellite solar & lotsa nukes online, because they would have started "Manhattan projects" in the 1990's instead of talking about world government & redistribution.

If the answer to anthropogenic climate change was smaller government, lower taxes, US sovereignty, & more freedom, THEY"D be the "deniers!"

In his first address as Secretary of State, John Kerry said we must safeguard “the most sacred trust” we owe to our children and grandchildren: “an environment not ravaged by rising seas, deadly superstorms, devastating droughts, and the other hallmarks of a dramatically changing climate.”

Even the IPCC and British Meteorological Office now recognize that average global temperatures haven’t budged in almost 17 years. No evidence suggests that sea level rise, storms, droughts or other weather and climate events or trends display any statistically significant difference from what Earth and mankind have experienced over the last 100-plus...