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Tall Timbers
December 11th, 2008, 10:24 AM
I can hear it now: "Scientists who oppose the fact of global warming are a threat to national security!"... and a few years from now: "Fundamentalist Christians who have not embraced the Emergent Truths accepted by all the major religions are a threat to national security!"

Tall Timbers
December 11th, 2008, 10:26 AM
Something is up when Louisiana gets snow before we do in North Idaho. I have never seen a December like this one. We have not seen temps below 30's yet, very unusual.

It's -20 degrees F here today. We're having a nice cool winter here, so far with less snow than normal, to date.

Debbie M.
December 11th, 2008, 12:18 PM
Something is up when Louisiana gets snow before we do in North Idaho. I have never seen a December like this one. We have not seen temps below 30's yet, very unusual.

Maybe "they" will have to start calling it "global cooling" again like they did in the 70's. Global warming, global cooling, climate change.......what next?

MePlus6
December 11th, 2008, 12:53 PM
A lot of misinformation here. Few scientists actually believe in run-away global warming and those were the ones preaching gloom/doom. Many scientists do, and rightfully so, believe in man-assisted climate change. There is zero denial that humans have in fact impacted the global climate. It's not nearly as extreme as the "the world is ending" folks will want you to believe but humans do have an impact.

Living in a way that betters the earth IS NOT a bad thing. I'm very far from being a tree hugger, I often joke - "Earth first, we'll destroy Mars later" but it's not bad stewardship to take care of things now. I know so many of you want/beleive the rapture is less than a handful of years away but doing your part now to minimize the amount of pollution and the amount of environmental destruction doesn't take your eyes off the prize. We were given the task to rule over the earth and we're failing.

True, but unnecessary taxes that force a change in people's behavior is wrong. What if people were charged an abortion tax above and beyond the regular fee to have the procedure? There'd be an outrage.

Howdy
December 11th, 2008, 02:42 PM
Sometimes, I think we are like spoiled children. God gave us humans many wonderful gifts. But the one in Gen. 1:26 where he gave us dominion over all the earth gives me the chills. I think that tells me we can affect our planet with our behavior.

RobertB
December 12th, 2008, 07:49 PM
Didn't AlGore get a Nobel prize for this global warming mumbo jumbo?

Of all the people in the world, he is the last person I would want to be if they do that. Oh the embarrasment.

I feel sorry for him.




note to self: stop picking his nose while driving

Quite frankly, Gore doesn't have any comprehension of the word embarassment. Gore floats around in his own little orbit, just proclaiming what he wishes as truth.. He is a bona fide hypocrite/nerd (no offense to nerds).

Jaiu
December 12th, 2008, 07:56 PM
I hate Global Warming.
Maybe thats why we have 2-3 inches of snow down here in Louisiana this a.m.

Haha! And that's why it's 40 - 50 degrees in December when it should be 20. XD

Adoration
December 12th, 2008, 08:18 PM
I hate Global Warming.
Maybe thats why we have 2-3 inches of snow down here in Louisiana this a.m.

Good one Lookin'up!:lol2

antitox
December 14th, 2008, 04:49 PM
Haha! And that's why it's 40 - 50 degrees in December when it should be 20. XD

This is the coolest century in quite some time.

mercyandgrace
December 14th, 2008, 06:59 PM
The scientists may have abandoned global warming, but Obama and Gore haven't:

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