Been There, Done That

Posted: 20/01/2008 in Uncategorized
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There seems to be a lot of people jumping onto the Global warming bandwagon. It’s easy to see why, major stars in Hollywood have been duped into believing that it has a factual basis in the world of science. Is the temp rising here on Earth? Seems to be. Is it being caused by mankind? Not hardly. Global warming, in fact, is a cyclical event that has been reoccurring since the formation of this planet. I find it hard to believe people are arrogant enough to believe that humankind is productive enough to cause the amount of pollution that Al Gore, who, just like me, is not a scientist, claims we are producing.

According to real scientists, thousands of times more pollutants have been spewed into the atmosphere in the last twenty five years than mankind can produce in one hundred years. I’d like to see the EPA run around and try to put catalytic converters on all of these volcanoes. There are plenty of them out there, and with this most recent one, Anak Krakatau spewing forth ash rocks and toxins into the atmosphere, I’m sure the believers will look at the numbers and say, “Gee! Things are worse than we thought! Damn the EPA and George Bush for not letting Commyfornia and Maine violate federal laws.

One of the things I find most intriguing about how Al Gore and the United Nations went to bed together over this thing. You did know they shared the Nobel Prize, didn’t you? But even more important, did you know that Al Gore stands to rake in millions of dollars on this questionable science? You did know that he is heavily invested into solar energy companies didn’t you? Every time you buy a solar energy panel, you’re probably putting cash in his pocket. But I guess this is just another one of those inconvenient truths. But fortunately for us, Al’s a pretty smart guy. After all, he invented the Internet, didn’t he?

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