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Global Warming = Bigger Glaciers

Let me start by saying that the Global Warming thing is a bunch of crap.

That being said, a new study showed that "global warming" (which itself is a load of crap) is causing glaciers to grow.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/tyne/5283278.stm

The funniest part (of this crap) is that this time when they found that the glaciers were growing it was a bad thing. LOL

So I guess any change in size of the glaciers is a bad thing.

But then again, didn't the Earth go through constant ice ages and warm periods, where the glaciers would grow and shrink constantly?

So maybe the US government has secretly built a time machine, and they are using it to travel back in time to make the glaciers grow and shrink, so that the current growing and shrinking (caused by "global warming", which is a load of crap) would fit with the past growing and shrinking, which could not be caused by the load of crap global warming.

They probably also created oil when they went back in time, so that George Bush and Dick Cheney (and the evil Haliburton) could get rich.

Then they went forward in time to the 1970s so they could install bombs in the World Trade Center as it was being built, so that the US government could blow it up on 9/11.

9 Comments:

  • I do not give this warming thing too much thought except that it might make me lose weight faster. I may have to break off a couple of glaciers to keep my diet pop and cold drinks cool.-weshar75

    By weshar75, at 6:05 PM

  • I would like to add some right ons to your comments.

    Some other crap that has been pushed on us is by our the former unsuccessful presidential candidate Al Gore or as I like to call him Algore. He is convinced that global warming is for real. I really think he wanted to make a lot of money by making that movie.

    Remember all, this is the same man who takes all the credit for inventing the Internet. I am sure down the road we will hear how handsome and bubbly Al invented God, TV and Texas Hold-em.

    You go get em my man.

    Floridian


    By floridian, at 6:31 PM

  • OMG !!
    Has CASH seen this ?
    He may have to change his signature !!!
    LOLOL !!

    DD

    By DoubleDown, at 6:44 PM

  • I've said this many times before. There's been about 6 ice ages from the beginning and no SUV's were around....LOL

    By pacattack05, at 8:22 AM

  • Media = leftist re-education, re-programming revisionist tool.

    Tactic, scare the bejeezus out of people which gets their rapt attention .... then go about the business of brainwashing them into believing BS foisted as absolute truth ..... the media knows all the answers to save everyone.

    Anyone who survived communism knows the drill.

    By konane, at 10:48 AM

  • Caring about our Earth is communism, Konane? That's a new one for me. Global warming isn't a bunch of "crap" as you put it, Todd, and it's certainly not an international conspiracy. As National Geographic once put it, it's a question of how much is really our fault. There is no question that our world is getting hotter every year, although it's unlikely any major changes will take place in my lifetime.

    Regarding the discrepancies in various reports, we are not dealing with something that is black & white, but a scientific study still in its infancy. People felt the same way about warnings on cigarette packs before their friends began dying from lung cancer. This is much bigger. It is important that researchers assess the impact all climate changes will have on our planet, not because we might melt into oblivion, but for future generations. Farming, for example, depends on certain climatic conditions, and how we feed the world isn't a joke to me. Safeguarding the ozone layer isn't a political debate. We must be responsibile and accountable for what we leave to posterity.

    By justxploring, at 3:34 AM

  • It IS a bunch of crap, certainly in the way that the media and most people talk about it. For example, do you believe that the increased number of hurricanes last year, or even Katrina, was caused by global warming? Or even partially caused by global warming? If your answer is "yes", then you are among the brainwashed. Sorry to put it so bluntly, but that's the way it is, and it's about time people started listening to the harsh truth.

    This is exactly like the "nuclear winter" scenarios concocted back in the 1980s. These theories are whipped up to a frightened public, and spoonfed as *fact* by the complicit mainstream media (MSM).

    It is merely a way to try to bring down CONSERVATIVES in power at the time. Isn't it funny how the "global warming" thing really kicked into gear once George Bush was elected? If you're running around scared about global warming, then you really should elect a Democrat next time, because then global warming will cease to be a problem.

    I mentioned the "nuclear winter" thing before -- which is apparently no longer a threat -- but also remember homelessness as a nationwide catastrophe in the 1980s? As soon as Bill Clinton was elected, homelessness was no longer a problem. It's simple -- just the presence of a Democrat in the White House gets rid of all of these problems!

    Global warming is "junk science". That is, something that is unproven, yet touted as fact. If you take the time to listen (as I do) to what TV news anchors *really say* when they talk about global warming, it is staggering. It is *almost always* referred to as if it is a proven scientific fact. That's utterly wrong. Global warming is in fact a highly-disputed THEORY.

    If the news people went around talking about the fact that God exists, all these liberal nut-heads would be screaming about how they can't do that. But when their sky-is-falling theories get mentioned as fact, they solemnly nod their heads in approval.

    Sad and pathetic.

    By Todd, at 9:38 AM

  • "For example, do you believe that the increased number of hurricanes last year, or even Katrina, was caused by global warming? Or even partially caused by global warming? If your answer is "yes", then you are among the brainwashed." Todd

    No, and I never heard any credible meteorologists around here even hint that is the case. The most people ever killed during a hurricane was in 1900 in Galveston, way before superhighways. However, what is wrong with researching better ways to protect the environment?

    No excuse, no joke - my lights are flashing. I wonder if DSL (just got it Mon) is better protected than dialup, but I better go and continue later. Bye.

    By justxploring, at 3:35 PM

  • JE,

    Thanks for commenting, I look forward to your continuation.

    Many, many people who espouse the concept of global warming say that the increased hurricane activity last year is a direct cause of global warming. Many in the media, including "meteorologists" (purposely put in quotes) have said that this is the case.

    There is one meteorologist from Penn State University who gives reports on Fox News all the time (Joe something) who is really great, and describes exactly what is happening in relation to history, but I have never seen another one who is so unbiased. I think just being a part of the MSM machine makes these people believe their myths.

    I am very glad to hear that you don't subscribe to that nonsense. It is very easy to fall in that trap, because many of the people who talk about global warming as being a "threat" are very popular Hollywood types, and after all, who doesn't like to feel that they think just like very popular, glamorous people?

    Just to make one point very clear: I am NOT against the environment or environmental causes, per se. What I AM against is using junk science as a means for a certain group of people to raise money and gain power, as certain environmental groups have done.

    I love the outdoors, and I think the United States' incredibly varied countryside is one of its most valuable assets. If there is something that is truly affecting it, I am extremely supportive. For example, I firmly support those who are trying to fight over-development. Many towns get caught up in trying to raise tax revenue, and see new development as an easy way to do so. I say, let them be more creative than that!

    I am AGAINST things like the "spotted owl thing" and the "frog thing" -- both cases where a couple of animals prevented people from doing what they wish with their private property -- and what was within their land-use rights. The second one in particular was really bad, where some frog was preventing a farmer from using his farm, and he went out of business. That is extremely left-wing nutty environmentalism.

    Anyway, probably more than you wanted to know, but I thought I'd put it out there.

    -Todd

    By Todd, at 5:13 PM

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