The good guys are winning the “Global Warming” debate

While I remain opposed to indoctrination that takes place in our awful public schools and substandard media, I’m heartened by the fact that the society remains somewhat resilient to their wiles.

44% Say Global Warming Due To Planetary Trends, Not People

Al Gore’s side may be coming to power in Washington, but they appear to be losing the battle on the idea that humans are to blame for global warming.

Forty-four percent (44%) of U.S. voters now say long-term planetary trends are the cause of global warming, compared to 41% who blame it on human activity.

Seven percent (7%) attribute global warming to some other reason, and nine percent (9%) are unsure in a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.

Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Democrats blame global warming on human activity, compared to 21% percent of Republicans. Two-thirds of GOP voters (67%) see long-term planetary trends as the cause versus 23% of Democrats. Voters not affiliated with either party by eight points put the blame on planetary trends.

Tell everyone you know that the lie has been exposed. If you’ve never fallen for the Anthropic Warming nonsense, take pride in being a “denier,” as you passed the Asch “Conformity” Test with flying colors.

If you refuse to think for yourself, and follow the herd, you still have a future as a mere “carbon-based buying unit” that helps prop up the economy.

Proud to be a Denier of Anthropic Global Warming

Here is a great site that you can point your friends to regarding the nonsense of man made(Anthropic) global warming.

The Deniers-Condensed

There is nothing wrong with denying man-made global warming. We were right to be skeptical in 1988, and we were right to be skeptical all the way through to 2008, when the silliness of the idea finally started to sink in with enough people to erode the idiocy behind the theory.

You can start laughing at Anthropic Global Warmists now

2008 was the year man-made global warming was disproved

Looking back over my columns of the past 12 months, one of their major themes was neatly encapsulated by two recent items from The Daily Telegraph.

The first, on May 21, headed “Climate change threat to Alpine ski resorts” , reported that the entire Alpine “winter sports industry” could soon “grind to a halt for lack of snow”. The second, on December 19, headed “The Alps have best snow conditions in a generation” , reported that this winter’s Alpine snowfalls “look set to beat all records by New Year’s Day”.

Easily one of the most important stories of 2008 has been all the evidence suggesting that this may be looked back on as the year when there was a turning point in the great worldwide panic over man-made global warming. …

First, all over the world, temperatures have been dropping in a way wholly unpredicted by all those computer models which have been used as the main drivers of the scare. Last winter, as temperatures plummeted, many parts of the world had snowfalls on a scale not seen for decades. This winter, with the whole of Canada and half the US under snow, looks likely to be even worse. After several years flatlining, global temperatures have dropped sharply enough to cancel out much of their net rise in the 20th century.

What is so hilarious about the drop in temperatures is that they coincide perfectly with the shutting down of the cycle of solar activity. This is what intelligent people have been saying all along. The idea that carbon dioxide going from 288/1,000,000 to 380/1,000,000 was causing “global warming” has always been ludicrous to anyone with a decent understanding of earth science.

The fact that the entire scientific community openly took part in the campaign of lies is an indicator of just how corrupt America’s institutions have become.

Obama’s bad timing on Global Warming

Obama vows action on global warming

After huddling with former Vice President Al Gore about climate change, President-elect Barack Obama declared, “The time for delay is over, the time for denial is over.”

While it is a problem, it is also an opportunity to create jobs, make economy stronger, and make the nation safer, even as the United States helps save the planet, he said.

The collapsing case for “man made global warming” ought to make Saint Obama think twice about using the word “denial.”

I take comfort in Providence. On the same day Obama met with the cartoonish and insipid Al Gore, Houston and New Orleans say snow flurries with some light accumulation. By the time the sun’s cycle of solar flares returns and takes us out of our potential ice age, the scientific community will be taking grants to artificially HEAT the globe.

Rare Snow Blankets South Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS — People across south Louisiana called their friends, grabbed their cameras and headed outside this morning to document a rare and wonderful sight: snow.

The last snowfall in the New Orleans area was on Christmas Day in 2004. Before that, 1989 was the last significant snowfall. The sight is so rare that many children were seeing snow for the first time, and adults were seeing it for the first time in years.

About 8 inches of snow fell in Amite, where a building’s roof also collapsed from the snow’s weight.

Climate Alarmist talks sense on “Crap and Trade”

[Note: If you tend to agree with my view of the idiotic policy of "Cap and Trade," please start using the "crap and trade" moniker. I realize it is a little raw and uncouth, but then so is creating yet another idiocracy around easily gamed, corrupt, and generally evil instruments created by the government at the behest of greedy corporations and unions.]

Fans of this site know my view of the “man made global warming” as a theory. It’s nonsense. That said, I’ve always been a fan of rational policy, and keeping the air clean and reducing waste is almost always a good idea.

So when James Hansen, a leading alarmist on Anthropocentric Global Warming, starts talking sense on the best way to move forward, I’ll applaud him.

Some Carbon Candor

Liberal interest groups, think tanks, lobbyists, bloggers and other nuisances are inundating the incoming Obama Administration with advice, but James Hansen recently managed to say something interesting. Namely, the famous NASA scientist had the nerve to expose some of the global-warming fantasies widespread among children and politicians.

No, the spiritual leader of the climate-change movement hasn’t recanted. Global warming threatens “not simply the Earth, but the fate of all its species, including humanity,” (Editorial comment: talk about “ManBearPig!!”) he writes in his manifesto, which is tame by Mr. Hansen’s normal rhetorical standards. (He likes to compare carbon to the Holocaust: “those coal trains will be death trains — no less gruesome than if they were boxcars headed to crematoria.”)

But Mr. Hansen also had the honesty to follow his convictions to their logical conclusion, while reproaching his followers — President-elect Obama among them — for not doing the same. To wit, Mr. Hansen endorses a straight carbon tax as the only “honest, clear and effective” way to reduce emissions, with the revenues rebated in their entirety to consumers on a per-capita basis. “Not one dime should go to Washington for politicians to pick winners,” he writes.

Three Cheers for Hansen!!!

“A tax should be called a tax,” Mr. Hansen writes. “The public can understand this and will accept a tax if it is clearly explained and if 100 percent of the money is returned.” Clearly the man is not standing for elective office.

Beltway sachems prefer posturing that disguises the cost of rising energy prices, such as cap and trade. This “subterfuge,” as Mr. Hansen terms it, shifts the direct burden onto businesses, which then pass it along to consumers. Congress may flatter itself that it is saving mankind, but what the Members really want is a cap-and-trade windfall that they can redistribute in the green pork of Mr. Obama’s “new energy economy,” whatever that means.