Monday, March 26, 2007

Global Warming? Probably not.

I was listening to WLW 700 on my way home last night. The guest was Senator J. Inhofe (R), OK. On the show, Sen. Inhofe was dismantling global warming alarmism. He went through a lot of info detailing how Al Gore and those who would support the theory were grasping at straws, and almost falsifying data. I was very impressed, so I decided to check out the info he was speaking about. Well, apparently, a lot of people are doing the same thing, because the website is down. I was able to read a google cached page or two, but I'm hoping to catch more later.

This is a .pdf file that pretty much debunks all of global warming theory.

I don't know what to think. I know 90 degrees doesn't seem normal for March. Is it better to be safe than sorry?

I dunno. If it costs trillions of dollars to implement measures that are supposed to decrease the enigmatic global warming problem, my question would be, "Is it worth it?" The measures wouldn't do anything but lower temps by tiny fractions of a degree over really long periods of time. Too little, too late, if the global warming people are correct, right? So what's the point?

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