Skip to comments.SCIENTISTS SUGGEST DINOSAURS TOOTED A NEW CLIMATE
Posted on 05/07/2012 8:08:58 AM PDT by lward99
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Most libs I see (Obama stickers) are driving ugly little Japanese things, especially the Prius. I have yet to even see a Volt on the road.
I can’t think of any 0bama stickers I’ve seen on any cars not being driven by a black person or a homosexual (”=” sticker somewhere on the car).
awwwww....shoot! I just let out a 40 decibel, Chester the Molester fart.
I’ve contruted to Gorebull Warming.
I believe almost every Obama sticker I’ve seen is on vehicles driven by women. The “=” sticker is a new one to me.
And here's the new "homosexual" sticker, they've ditched the rainbow in favor of this:
LOL it is FUNNY!!
“...the giant animals spent 150 years emitting the potent global warming gas...”
Incomperable to the amount of gas the witless left has emitted on the subject...
Origin of DINOSAUR
New Latin Dinosaurus, genus name, from Greek deinos terrifying + sauros lizard First Known Use: 1841
Used in sentence: “The dreaded Fartosaur could clear a primeval forest or
prehistoric savanna by lifting a tremendous haunches and breaking wind.”
SEE: Bombadier Beetlebaileysaur
Most of the Volts are parked in FIREPlaces!! :)
I just know that there’s a Michael Moore joke lurking in there...
Really, really, really stupid. So this is now the quality of “scientists” being graduated from our schools? Set the agenda, then make the data fit. Dam fools.
That show is a hoot! And not just to see how crazy the hair gets.
Dinos stomped around for about 150 million years not 150 according to paleontologists. That is lots of cutting the cheese. No matter how you slice it, it’s a very long time.
At least they cling to their mistakes like they are stuck on stupid.
OK, so....not only did Dinosaurs die and make oil, but they warmed the planet and died ....
and ......made oil?
Yeah, got it.
This is certainly good news.
So Dinosaurs emitted more CO2 than all modern sources, and yet they thrived for 150 million years.
I would say that is proof positive that there is no threat to our way of life from modern CO2 emission, well at least for onother 149,900,000 years or so.
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