Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Global warming knee-jerking ...

What’s the connection between ethanol, the biofuel produced from corn, and a cherry vanilla ice-cream?

Answer: the first is responsible for pushing up the price of the other.

A fine summation from www.whatreallyhappened.com:

"Fossil fuel are burned to convert corn to ethanol. The net carbon and heat load added to the atmosphere is GREATER using ethanol when the fossil fuel burned to convert the plant matter to ethanol is added in. Plus, now there is a shortage of corn for food products."
So the world is apparently getting hotter, and we can't have ice cream because the corn oil is being used for something else?

It's a good job that man-made global warming is a myth. Man has almost 0% effect on the climate. But that big shiny ball of light in the sky, that gives us all our energy, definitely does have an effect.

What is climate? basically it is the tiny interactive layer, where the sun's energy is absorbed by vast oceans and the surface of the planet. To deny that this thin layer is NOT somehow effected by variations in the sun's output and cyclical trends in the oceans is just folly.

To suggest that an insignificant amount of the global CO2, an increase far lower than has been recorded in our history, has a greater effect on climate than that of the sun? That is pure flat earth thinking in my book.

Go ahead and download google earth. Look at how vast the earth is, the vast majority of the surface is ocean, and the rest is empty. Go ahead, zoom in anywhere at random. You'll most likely hit a big patch of empty nature.

I know that the world seems crowded and dominated by man's huge and clunking footprint when you live and work and exist almost exclusively in cities. But it is mostly empty and we are NOT making the huge changes that ARE happening. They are NORMAL.

There is a massive amount of King Canutian delusional syndrome about at the moment. The sooner people realise it is all a scam, perpetrated by the Rothschild faction of the unipolar world order, the better.

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