Tuesday, June 17, 2008

The Cost of fighting Global Warming

Posted June 15, 2008

Global warming is scary. I'm not so much worried about rising sea levels, superstorms, or floods and famine as I am about some of our hired help in Washington DC.

Among some circles it's been agreed that there's not enough data in to make an accurate global climate model to determine whether the Earth will be going through a global warming trend or a cooling trend. Some 31,000 plus scientists in this country have signed a petition (The Petition Project) rejecting the contention that greenhouse gases are damaging the planet's climate.

Moreover, some scientists have noted that Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto appear to be going through some warming trends of their own. Such would suggest that our very own star, the Sun, gets top billing for climate changes (unless Al Gore desires to suggest that Man is also affecting the climates of those planets as well). Read More

Luckily, the climate bill in Congress went nowhere this time around. Why should we spend untold billions of dollars to solve a problem that nobody can effectively prove exists. Not only can they not prove global warming exists, but there is a growing body of evidence that points to global cooling.

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