It’s Always About Money or Power

Global Warming Deniers Should be Shot, if not for faulty science, then at least for Wrong Think

Here it comes. There is a lot of money to be made from global warming and deniers are the cause of holding back the flow. Scientists who are poorly attached to the teats of money flow are striking back with a list of 400 deniers complete with snide and suggestive repartee concerning the deniers listed just below their names. The outright accusation is made that these scientists are being paid by large and important companies to pull the rug from beneath the warming scare.

The fear mongers are much the same bunch that latch onto every delicious rumor to shake it until the change begins to clink against the pavement. Perhaps they will recover some of the booty.

In the case of global warming they simply need to wait, for the next overly warm winter or summer or anything about the weather that creates awe, and isn’t weather always creating awe somewhere? Then they will come forth with their flutes and tamborines dancing in green slippers. See we told you! See we told you!

But they’re already too late or far too early. They said that the signs would be world-wide flooding of the coastal areas. So far the oceans haven’t risen two inches. It has been pointed out that during the last global warming period, in the middle ages, a rich farming period by the way, Greenland was green. Greenland is still not green. Ships made the North East Passage a hundred years ago. It isint a new thing. The earth was warmer a 1000 years ago and the world prospered.

Could it be that the world enslavers have deeper more evil designs. Here’s a crazy thought, suppose those carbon taxers wanted to work it so industrialized countries making all that carbon would have to pay through the nose to the least industrialized, less hard working countries, until oh, let’s say Africa ruled the world?

Imagine that. .. Cornhusk

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About Cornhusk

Ex-High-School and Community College teacher. Also have a degree in Science and Applied Science. Have worked in ship construction and now supplement my retirement by writing and revising vocational textbooks.
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