19 April 2010

Eco-Nuts Finally Catching On?

It's about freaking time.
Forty-eight percent (48%) of voters say global warming is caused by long-term planetary trends, while only 33% blame human activity. These results are identical to those found last month.
Apparently the poll did not include members of the oh-so-scientific Project on Climate Science.
Global warming is unequivocal and primarily human-induced ... Global temperature has increased over the past 50 years. This observed increase is due primarily to human-induced emissions of heat-trapping gases.
Is it any wonder that 80% of Americans distrust the federal government when they are so clearly disconnected from reality? The coalition group issued this statement in advance of a report set to be released to the UN on 22 April (Earth Day). I would just like to refer to some very inconvenient data that I mentioned last year.

Never mind that the 40 years before that were comprised of global cooling, which were preceded by 40 years of global warming. So, in honor of Earth Day this week, let's listen to Charlton Heston weigh in on the global warming debate. Again, taken from a previous post.

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