Wednesday, December 19, 2007


So the Warming Isn't Actually, Well, Global

David Deming, at the Washington Times, has a good article on the record cold temperatures throughout the World in 2007.

He ends with near perfect observation:

If you think any of the preceding facts can falsify global warming, you're hopelessly naive. Nothing creates cognitive dissonance in the mind of a true believer. In 2005, a Canadian Greenpeace representative explained “global warming can mean colder, it can mean drier, it can mean wetter.” In other words, all weather variations are evidence for global warming. I can't make this stuff up.

Global warming has long since passed from scientific hypothesis to the realm of pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo.

Well said.


Another nail in the coffin:
So is Gore's prize, the first ever Nobel awarded for a work of fiction ?
No, Jimmy Carter, Yasser Arafat and Mohamed el-Baredei got them, too.
I belive Carter is the epitome of a peace that one makes sense.....the other two listed however, do indeed oxymoron the peace prize.
I could almost see it if he got the Nobel prize for brokering the Camp David Accords back when he was prez, but he was awarded it in 2002. What the heck did he do around that time to merit the Nobel Peace Prize?
So the answer isn't "42" but "global warming"?
Being a member of a somewhat older generation, I thought the co-prize to Le Duc Tho and Henry K was bathetic, but it has become merely a joke now.
And Deep Thought said, "You're not going to like it." Yes, el jefe, any single meteorological event is evidence of global warming.
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