Monday, March 10, 2008

The Epicycles Of Global Warming

The Epicycles Of Global Warming
By James Lewis

When True Believers begin to harbor doubts, they don't immediately give up the faith. It's too scary; too much pride and money has been invested; too many jobs and reputations are on the line; and they need to find a new reason to live. So they always try to add on new wrinkles and qualifications to their crumbling story.

Today that's happening with the global warming cult.

"Human-caused global warming" has now officially been re-named "climate change" to explain the inconvenient truth that the winter of 2007-8 was the coldest in a century, in spite of all those tons of "greenhouse gas" being spewed into the air from all the new factories in China and India. Worldwide temps dropped 0.6 of a degree C in one year. That may not sound like a lot, but it's more than all the ballyhooed warming in the preceding century.

If you want to see cult therapy at work, read John Tierney in The New York Times. Tierney is a skeptic who now conducts recovery therapy for the faithful on his Tierney Lab page. It looks like someone at the NYT has finally caught on to the hoax but won't admit it. So they hired Tierney to break it to the True Believers as gently as possible. Watch how the readers' blogs are resisting his gentle skepticism; it scares them. They are just Obama suckers who would have fallen for Bill Clinton, when he still had his magic mojo.



Blogger CHOMP said...

HA! Some of us don't have to "harbor doubts" and go through withdrawals. Why? Because we never fell for the global-warming schtick.

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Jerome said...

Everyone should revise their wording mindset of "global warming" to "extreme climate changes". I watched Discovery Channel recently. They say pollution from all over the world has not caused only global temperature increase during hot periods, but also extreme temperature drop during the cold periods throughout the globe.

7:44 PM  

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