The Great Global Warming Myth Debunked In A Few Words

Eco-economics is not a word one ever hopes to see when one clicks the magical/terrible “NEXT BLOG” button. To use it is a sin against both language and the very eyes in my head. It sounds even worse, as though it were coming from the mouth of a distressed stammering dolphin trying in vain to explain to a simpleton fisherman’s son that he is not just a big tuna and should be cut loose from the net immediately. We’ll let that go however and discuss this blog. We seem to be in some strange Tolkienesque fantasy world where the talk of global warming is given credence by odd little creatures with dirty feet (have you ever met a ‘Save The Earth Type’ with clean feet?).

Let me tell the author this: There was a day in 1896 (or thereabouts) that was hotter than any days that have happened recently. Do you see how I just defeated science there? It was hotter on a day back then ergo global warming is a myth. So-called scienctific evidence torn to shreds in seconds by an infallible argument. There is only one scientist and He is atop His great cloud in space, stroking His white beard, rewarding His children with some nice f*****g weather.

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6 Responses to “The Great Global Warming Myth Debunked In A Few Words”


  1. 1 amadorwr June 5, 2007 at 2:04 pm

    The truth lies somewhere between the two extremes. What’s wrong with doing a little to help keep the atmosphere clean?

  2. 2 david bamford June 5, 2007 at 2:05 pm

    Its a waste of time. who cares, why do we need to worry about th earth anyway. I use it , i die, someone elses prob.

  3. 3 billymouth June 5, 2007 at 2:09 pm

    I can barely keep myself clean let alone a whole atmosphere.

  4. 4 Frank The Manc June 5, 2007 at 2:46 pm

    Yep. Another myth bites the dust. Billy, you da man!

  5. 5 billymouth June 7, 2007 at 3:46 pm

    Flattery Frank? With what aim? To entice me? I cannot be enticed.

  6. 6 Riveliara December 11, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Excuse me for commenting OFFTOPIC – which wordpress theme do you use? It looks stunning!!


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