Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.

- Ronald Reagan

Gore Said "No More Talking"

When Al Gore said the argument about global warming was over, he meant it. If the conversation continues he is going to continue to eat and horde more than he needs and become another Michael Moore figure. That being said:

The US Senate has word from hundreds of scientists who do not accept Al Gore's premise, and continue to talk: Senate Report Debunks "Consensus"

A favorite quote:

I protest vigorously the idea that the climate reacts like a home heating system to a changed setting of the thermostat: just turn the dial, and the desired temperature will soon be reached.
[Sounds Familiar]
- Atmospheric scientist Hendrik Tennekes, former research director at the Netherlands' Royal National Meteorological Institute

P.S. Do you know how much Al Gore and his fabulously foolish followers would love to get some global warming deniers laws passed?

posted at 09:16:42 on 12/21/07 by clearpolitics - Category: Science - [Permalink]

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Waffler wrote:

I never believed in reincarnation but the global warming deniers sound so much like the folks and the religious right who told Copernicus, Galileo and Columbus that they were all nuts for saying 1) the earth goes around the sun, the earth is flat etcetera. They were all ridiculed in their time. I only wish I could come back in 500 years when Gore is declared a Saint.
01/04/08 22:00:32

clearpolitics wrote:

Au contraire. Those who did not believe Nicolaus Copernicus and others could not accept a reality where the earth was not the center of the universe, just like those who believe Gore and his mythology that man is the master of the earth.

The earth revolved around the sun whether or not man believed. The climate will always change whether or not man believes, or even exists.

Good analogy, if only 180 degrees askew.

(Saint Gore is a good call, as to believe such is more of a religious than intellectual exercise.)

Now, how to make a 500 year wager...
01/05/08 18:43:54

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