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Here's to a softer carbon footprint


POSTED: Monday, September 30, 2013 - 4:19pm

UPDATED: Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 5:27pm

Last week we spoke about the new global warming report that came out. And of course, the back and forth continues.

This is from the Daily Mail and Daily Caller:

"Not all experts agree with the latest United Nations report on global warming, some are even amused by its findings. A climate scientist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has come out blasting the report for blaming humans for a global warming trend that appears to have cooled in recent decades - and then glossing over the warming slowdown. 'I think that the latest IPCC report has truly sunk to level of hilarious incoherence,' Dr. Richard Lindzen told Climate Depot - a site known for questioning the theory of global warming. Their excuse for the absence of warming over the past 17 years is that the heat is hiding in the deep ocean,' the amused scientist said. However, this is simply an admission that the models fail to simulate the exchanges of heat between the surface layers and the deeper oceans.'"

There was also a report this week about a scientist who had the global warming kool-aide so much, he will get a vasectomy because he and his wife don't want to produce a heavy carbon footprint.

Well. Thanks. You cannot make this stuff up, folks!

That's my point of view, what's yours?

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My problem with selling carbon credits is the money goes into private hands. Does Al Gore own all the air in America? I think it belongs to we the people. In a state like Texas wind and solar are viable alternatives for rural areas. We need agencies like EPA and OSHA. 14,500 people died at work in 1970, 6,500 died in the Vietnam war that year.

OMG!!! Now we have to worry about global cooling AND global warming? How will we survive?

Then you admit, if global warming exists then it's a good thing. I wonder what vast mineral resources would be present should the Antarctic Ice cap melt.

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