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Friday, March 16, 2007

You know how the left wants the US to fail in Iraq?

Well Miss C wants the left to succeed! Miss C really hopes that global warming is a true phenomenon. Oh God, do I hope it's true! I can think of nothing I would enjoy more than seeing all the doomsday prophets getting their wishes fulfilled. Just think, if we do all they are asking to stop "global warming" and there is no disaster, there will be no way to prove that they were wrong. So I say let's just keep on keepin' on. If they are right for the first time in recorded history they will actually have the satisfaction of knowing it.

I was laughing great loud belly laughs at the "climate change report" out of Brussels last week. This is funny, funny stuff. Sylvia Brown on acid. May I suggest to these lunatics that they return to the folds of the churches as they are obviously desperate for a religious experience.

Here is the ultra, super dooper, bestest part of the report. It sounds really good to a mysanthrope like Miss C.

"Hundreds of millions of Africans and tens of millions of Latin Americans who now have water will be short of it in less than 20 years. By 2050, more than 1 billion people in Asia could face water shortages. By 2080, water shortages could threaten 1.1 billion to 3.2 billion people, depending on the level of greenhouse gases that cars and industry spew into the air.
Death rates for the world's poor from global warming-related illnesses, such as malnutrition and diarrhea, will rise by 2030. Malaria and dengue fever, as well as illnesses from eating contaminated shellfish, are likely to grow.
Europe's small glaciers will disappear with many of the continent's large glaciers shrinking dramatically by 2050. And half of Europe's plant species could be vulnerable, endangered or extinct by 2100.
By 2080, between 200 million and 600 million people could be hungry because of global warming's effects.
About 100 million people each year could be flooded by 2080 by rising seas.
Smog in U.S. cities will worsen and "ozone-related deaths from climate (will) increase by approximately 4.5 percent for the mid-2050s, compared with 1990s levels," turning a small health risk into a substantial one.
Polar bears in the wild and other animals will be pushed to extinction.
At first, more food will be grown. For example, soybean and rice yields in Latin America will increase starting in a couple of years. Areas outside the tropics, especially the northern latitudes, will see longer growing seasons and healthier forests. Looking at different impacts on ecosystems, industry and regions, the report sees the most positive benefits in forestry and some improved agriculture and transportation in polar regions. The biggest damage is likely to come in ocean and coastal ecosystems, water resources and coastal settlements."

Ha ha ha ha ha. Hilarious! Besides the US gets off very lightly as usual. I swear if I believed in God I would think we were His chosen people. A little smog, a few old people and those with respiratory problems might die. They were going to die anyway, so what. Africa and Latin America will just get a bit more of what they already got, malnutrition, diarrhea from dirty water and malaria from mosquitos. The mosquito problem will be self limiting since when it gets really hot and dry the mosquito's breeding grounds will dry up.

Asians will get hurricanes and rising sea levels, pretty much what they're already used to. As for the plant life in Europe, ha! Who cares? What goes around comes around. The Europeans practically destroyed the eco-systems of the new world when they brought their rats and cats and native plants to the new world. That Jaques Cousteau almost destroyed the ocean by releasing foreign algae from his sea institute. The European hunted some North American animals to extinction and I am supposed to care about their little plants. I'll leave that to them to worry about.

If all these humans die, it won't take long for the earth to clean itself and return to a better, more natural balance, I guess. What's so bad about that? A lot less humans for whatever reason is a good thing. The left loves purges don't they? Just look at global warming as a big old colon cleansing of mother earth!


At 2:09 PM , Anonymous jack said...

Yes ... like a correction in the stock market when thngs get out of order.

At 3:11 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

You betcha! Humans are subverting natural selection. Stem cell research is realy going to mess shit up! Old ass fogies sucking up the earth's resources. It's curtains for them cuz the smog's gonna take em out anyway.

At 5:00 PM , Blogger gary said...

I hope that the global warming skeptics are right.My personal opinion is that future historians will not be kind to the skeptics.

Science rarely if ever gets to a 100% consensus on any issue. The global warming consensus is about 90%. You dismiss them all as "lunatics", but why are so many highly distinguished scientists suddenly losing their minds? I know, it's all a liberal plot of some sort.

At 9:50 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no consensus in science, Gary. Science is a methodology for observing and understanding the world. Scientific facts are thus not subject to the votes of man. 500 years ago, everyone knew that the sun revolved around the Earth, which was flat as a pancake, of course. Those pesky skeptics, Gallileo and Copernicus- how dare they question consensus of their betters! Off with their heads!

Oh, and "Won't somebody PLEASE think of the children?"

I'm off to go burn some fossil fuels and emit some greenhouse gases now. I'm just doing my part for a warmer tomorrow.

At 9:12 AM , Blogger -bRad said...

Gary, Gary, Gary.... you don't learn, do you? There isn't a consensus. Science is factual, not based on belief. And nowhere near "90%" of the scientist agree with the reports of the IPCC and the lunatics that are pushing the Global Warming conspiracy.

If anything, now, more than ever leading climatologists are coming together to protest the absurd claims and junk science that is being pushed on the public. Some scientists are even filing lawsuits against the IPCC because they are falsifying their reports and won't remove their names from the "list" of supporters.

They aren't skeptics. They are basing their information on scientific fact and by scrutiny of peer review (that's part of the scientific process that Global Warming freaks like to ignore).

Does anyone even care that it's the Global Warming freaks that are trying to oppress the 3rd world countries by protesting their use of natural resources such as oil and gas? How can they ever become an industrialized nation without leveraging their resources?

At 9:56 AM , Blogger gary said...

Ah, Brad thank you for clearing that up. It's not a consensus, it's a Conspiracy!

Meta-reviews of the scientific literature have shown that there is a broad consensus among scientists. There also exists a minority of skeptics, who could conceivably be correct, but this seems less likely with each new study.

At 11:46 AM , Blogger -bRad said...

Gary, do you smoke crack? Or is it in your nature to ignore factual scientific evidence?

The entire basis for man being the cause of Global Warming is hinged on the Co2 trend. ALL evidence that has been gathered shows that there isn't a direct effect of Co2 and temperature. If anything, the evidence shows that Co2 trends FOLLOW temperature, not the other
way around.

Another fact, Co2 is a REQUIREMENT for life on earth. So you want to eliminate it?

Maybe you just want to effect what mankind produces, but....

Another fact is that the amount of Co2 produced by man is so insignificant compared to what naturaly occours on our planet that it is impossible for us to have any effect on the gross net of Co2 produced or temperature.

Another fact, historical records show that the warming and cooling trends do not have any correlation with the industrial age of man outside of urban heat island effects (not to be confused with the Global Warming hysteria).

Another fact, the IPCC still bases a lot of it's theory on the hockey stick. Let me see, that's not only been proven to be wrong, but the guy who wrote the models admitted that he falsified the data to show specific trends.

Oh, and let's not forget that all the hoopla that was proposed in the Kyoto treaty didn't happen.

The only conspiracy here are the global warming freaks, such as yourself, making this a political endgame.

We've been over this before. I've yet to hear any valid arguments from yourself other than some junk consensous that "90% of the scientist agree" crap. You can't even prove that.

At 11:52 AM , Blogger -bRad said...

I'm sorry Gary. I didn't mean to be overtly harsh, but sometimes the ignorance of the American public is astouding.

Check this out: These are things that scientist have been pointing out for years. None of this is new, it is just rejected by the Global Warming freaks because it invalidates their theories and they can't push their agendas.

Seriously, give it a watch / listen.

At 8:38 PM , Blogger gary said...

Rising temperatures produce rising C02 levels.More plant life. Rising C02 levels lead to rising temperatures.Greenhouse effects. Or so this nonscientist reads it.

I might find your arguments more plausible if most scientists agreed.The typical "global warming freak", the members, I suppose of the conspiracy as you see it, seems to be a Harvard educated climatologist doing research in his field.90% is an estimate but it is based on meta-reviews of the scientific literature on the subject.

I don't want to eliminate c02 just stop its rapid rise.

Should policy makers base policy on a handful of scientific dissidents or give more weight to the views of the National Academy of Science, the equivalent bodies in all the G7 nations, and a broad majority of scientists working in this field? The question almost answers itself.

At 11:29 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

you guys should get a life, each.

At 11:34 AM , Blogger -bRad said...

Gary -

your numbers are skewed. And didn't everyone believe in witches? Just because a bunch of people jump on the bandwagon does not make it right.

I am not a "scientist" with a degree but even I can see the flaws in the theories that are proposed by the IPCC. They don't make logical sense based on other evidence. Including evidence that wasn't fabricated or falsified, as is most of that presented by the IPCC.

But then again, if you believe blindly, as you so apparently do, then there isn't any evidence which will tell you otherwise.

BTW - to "anonymous" - I have a life. At least people such as myself and Gary are interested in events that effect our politics and potentialy our planet. I would hope you are not another person that is apathetic to your situation and doesn't take the time to understand the world in which we live....but the odds are against that.


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