Good article about Global Warming bollocks

Nick Schulz at TCSDaily has a good articleabout the current ongoing bollock called Global Warming.

[quote]Time is right about scientists issuing warnings for decades. It just hasn't always been about global warming. Three decades ago, as Rich Karlgaard of Forbes reminds us this week, Newsweek magazine was warning not about global warming, but about global cooling. And the rhetoric was just as alarmist then. According to Newsweek at the time, "There are ominous signs that the Earth's weather patterns have begun to change dramatically…with serious political implications for just about every nation on Earth."

But just because scientists and their acolytes in the media were badly wrong a mere thirty years ago, doesn't mean they are wrong today. It doesn't mean they are right, but let's stipulate that the planet is warming and greenhouse gases due to man's activities have some effect. What then should we do?[/quote]

Yep complete bollocks, Global Warming is the classic 2+2=5 dilemma.

I for one reckon that Auckland would be a lot more pleasant in winter a degree or two warmer.


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