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The Great Global Warming Blunder

Posted in Global Warming Hoax by TeeJaw on Friday, April 23, 2010, 10: 08 PM

The evidence of the great global warming hoax keeps piling up and this new book by Roy Spencer collects much of it in one place.
global warming blunder I’m proud to say that I never for one minute believed the hype that human activity was causing global warming. The idea just seemed too preposterous to take seriously, but as we know the overwhelming majority of people in western civilization fell for it hook, line and sinker. So if you are one who swallowed it whole you needn’t feel bad since nearly everyone else did as well.

This book explains in layman’s terms why any recent warming is simply part of natural earth cycles that have been going on for millennia. It has nothing to do with carbon dioxide. But there are still plenty of politicians, speculators, and commodity traders that saw a chance to turn carbon dioxide into gold and they won’t give up until the last lie is told. The true believers will also hang on as long as they can even though they don’t stand to gain financially. They just won’t easily accept the psychological pain of having to admit they were duped.

Even in usually sensible Wyoming the cowboys are still making plans to spend millions of dollars, perhaps billions, to pump carbon dioxide into underground caverns. At some point I predict they are going to feel pretty stupid, and look it too.

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  1. Jim DeLong said, on Saturday, April 24, 2010, 7: 58 AM at 7:58 AM

    What bothers me most is: should global warming prove to be wrong, those supports will suffer no consequence for the increased cost, adverse impact on our economy, loss of jobs, etc.,etc., etc.that have been caused by these poor legislative initiatives enacted on behalf of on behalf of beliveres of man made global warming. They will most certainly argue that even though warming may not have been caused by man, (they will never totally admit their error) goals to reduce urban sprawl, growth limitation, moves away from coal the “grand-daddy” of all pollution, are all admirable efforts and should continue. Unfortunately, unlike most sciences where the testing of a hypotheses is part of the process, in the relm of political science (a misnomer if there ever was one) such disciplines do not exist.

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