Friday, June 6, 2008

Man-Made Global Whining

Here's a lovely look by a professional meteorologist on how working in his profession is like working in climate science -- the dangers of trying to point out the truth: Global Whining vs. the Truth

And here's a must-read speech (really) on the whining, scheming and insanity of the Anthropogenic (i.e., Man-Made) Global Warming crowd by U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on the House floor, made 3 weeks ago during the debate on the economy-stiffling Lieberman-Warner bill that has temporarily been stopped. Dynamite. “Do you really think the world is filled with morons?”


  1. Glad to learn of a principled challenge to AGW legislation getting time on the House floor, and taking heart in the report that the Dems have now withdrawn the bill.

  2. Actually, I believe they really do think the world is full or morons, and that they can claim anything they want and get away with it.


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