I’m a scientific ignoramus. Although I’ve been skeptical of global warming from the start, my skepticism hasn’t been rooted in a sound grasp of facts and scientific principles. Instead, it arises because of my source problems: I deeply distrust the people touting climate change.
From the moment Al Gore started mouthing off about it, and triggered massive hysteria in the MSM, Hollywood, and the Leftosphere, I backed off. To me, these people’s embrace of the issue lacked any coherent thought or rigorous analysis. For them, it was simply another nail in the Bush Derangement Syndrome coffin, and a convenient way to do indirectly what they’ve been trying to do directly : handicap America’s ability to compete in world markets. That’s why, even though I agree with some of the goals — most notably getting the whole world off Arab Oil so that we’re not funding the Islamist instruments of our own destruction — I’ve absolutely refused to buy into the whole Global Warming mantra.
Others, fortunately, have more knowledge than I do, and they’re not buying into it either. The latest knowledgeable person to speak out is Brian Sussman, a metereologist, who explains that the Global Warming crowd has made its case by ignoring some facts and exaggerating other facts completely out of recognition. And he does it all in lucid prose, easy for the lay man to understand.Email This Post To A Friend
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