Sunday, April 1, 2007

Global Warming

CNN reports on global warming and the latest reports from scientists around the world.

A key element of the second major report on climate change being released Friday in Belgium is a chart that maps out the effects of global warming, most of them bad, with every degree of temperature rise. Some scientists are calling this degree-by-degree projection a "highway to extinction"

The final document will be the product of a United Nations network of 2,000 scientists, along with representatives of more than 120 governments. The scientists with 90% certainty are confident that over the last 3 decades global warming has degraded conditions for many species, coastal areas, and poor people around the world.

Maybe Al Gore being involved is actually the deterrent from getting America to wake up. After all, the right cuts down anything said by (that dirty word) "a liberal", and then the easily influenced flock of sheeple just fall in line.

One of the biggest deniers with influence in Washington is Senator Inhofe. In an interview, he heaped criticism on what he saw as strategy by those on the other side of the debate and offered a historical comparison, "It kind of reminds ... I could use the Third Reich, the big lie," Inhofe said.

The Oklahoma Republican compares "An Inconvenient Truth," which he doesn't plan to see, to Adolf Hitler's book "Mein Kampf."

Republican Senator James Inhofe declared that global warming is "the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people." He should know. Right? I mean he would know more than all the legitimate scientists around the world (who have no political agenda here in the USA), right? As for the vile Hitler comparisons, look at this guy, he reeks evilness (imo). Another reich winger who's been used by Fox the fake news channel, is Exxon apologist Sterling Burnett who compared Gore to Joseph Goebbels.

William Gray, I saw this guy interviewed via satellite, on The Daily Show once. Not knowing who he was or anything about him (at the time), he came across as an extremist to me, rather loony. This controversial meteorologist, in a Washington Post interview, also stated that global warming is "one of the greatest hoaxes ever perpetrated on the American people". He then used the Hitler comparison.... gosh, he couldn't be a republican could he?!
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