Buttle's World

29 June, 2009

Our Numbers Rise Like the Tide

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 7:00

Apparently the number of “Global Warming Deniers” (I prefer “skeptics of anthropogenic climate change” are swelling.

I’ll follow the data. When enough scientists not working for a systemically-corrupt political agency present compelling evidence, and can explain why the temperature of the earth has been going up and down for at least hundreds of millions of years without our help, I’ll believe that we’re changing the climate.

The next challenge will be convincing me that warming the planet a few degrees is a bad thing since, historically, it’s been a very good thing.

But I’m not holding my breath for a global crisis whose solution just happens not to be socialism, higher taxes, or dismantling capitalism.

Let’s hope that a lot of Senators visit The One’s office before the vote.

Update:

A “boquet of ironies” at the EPA.

Another Update (and bumped):

Roger Simon sees a trend.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] probably be one of those. Whatever my label, I am not a progressive/socialist kind of guy. I wrote on my own blog a long time ago that I needed to be convinced that warming was happening at all, then that people were causing it, […]

    Pingback by I, Global Warming Skeptic | Skeptoid — 15 June, 2011 @ 10:04

  2. […] probably be one of those. Whatever my label, I am not a progressive/socialist kind of guy. I wrote on my own blog a long time ago that I needed to be convinced that warming was happening at all, then that people were causing it, […]

    Pingback by I, Global Warming Skeptic — 28 May, 2012 @ 19:23


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