Friday, December 19, 2008

News flash: global warming driven by nuclear fusion.

Finally! Some sense on global warming: Chad Meyers, CNN's meteoroligist, has stated that he thinks it's arrogant to think that humanity could significantly change the climate.

Seriously, I'm beginning to think that Human-Caused Global Warming is a nihlist religion rather than any type of scientific theory or inquiry. Just watch: Meyers will be harassed/punished/fired for his statement, since it doesn't fit with CNN's world view.

2 comments:

  1. Three cheers for Chad Meyers. He should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for telling the real truth about the global warming hoax.

    I suggest that Chad and all of your readers go to website-oism.org/project/s33p341htm or petitionproject.org/

    At the present time the global warming petition project has signed on 31,072 American Scientists including 9,021 PHD's that concur that there is no convincing scientific evidence of human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing, or will in the foreseeable future cause catastrophic heating of the earth's atmosphere and disrupting the earth's climate.

    More-over there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon natural plant and animal environments on the earth.

    Click on-Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide for the research paper supporting the scientic facts of the petition project.

    Who are you going to believe? A non-scientist, Al Gore and the United Nations or 31,072 American Scientists.

    A follow up story by Chad on the Global Warming Petition Project would certainly open the eyes and the ears of the world. Americans need to act now because the new "Obama" regime is already kicking their global warming machine into high gear. Signing the Kyoto Treaty will be a disaster for America's economy and its sovereignty.

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  2. Keep in mind: these people are following their religion, not relating proven science.

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