posted on 03/29/2002 8:46:20 PM PST
To: *Global Warming Hoax
What is truly chilling is the contempt that these newspapers have for the truth and the well being of their readers. They simply refuse to publish stories or articles that question the views of global warming advocates. Without a doubt, the Australian media is a damn disgrace and must rank as one of the worst in the developed world.
The only thing I would modify about this paragraph is to substitute the term "world" for "Australian."
So the truth comes out. Of course, it wont get mentioned in the mainstream press..
posted on 03/29/2002 8:57:41 PM PST
I came close to calling my local radio station this morning, when some moron called in to tell us that the sea level would rise by seventy (!) feet due to this "Antarctic warming"- not in 100 years, but in the next year or two.
The neglect of basic education in science and mathematics in this country is a disgrace.
(I was discussing "global warming" with a Greenie friend a few months ago, and he was quoting a number of seriously-flawed studies. When I suggested that there were OTHER studies to look at, he said "They are all written by Right-wing nuts". So much for the "Scientific Method"!!!! Galileo would be proud.)
We're all doomed.
What, don't you WANT to be doomed????
posted on 03/29/2002 9:13:47 PM PST
To: gcruse; physicist; RJAYNEJ; lazamataz
as it freezes. That's why your pipes can burst in your home during a hard freeze.
Conversely, water contracts when it warms up and liquifies.
Now, the enviro-NAZI's want us to believe that global warming will cause the polar ice caps to melt and RAISE the level of our oceans.
But is that actually possible? Most of the ice on our two poles resides above water, not land. The only water that will add to the volume of our oceans (even if global warming were true) would have to be that from ice above ground (a miniscule amount). Even if a large portion of all polar ice was above ground instead of water, the volume that said ice melting would contribute to our oceans would be greatly offset by the contracting volume REMOVED from our oceans by the melting of ice that is above water, and that's in a scenario in which ALL ice on this planet melts away.
Ice contracts when it melts. How likely is that fact going to contribute to RAISING our sea levels?!
posted on 03/29/2002 9:48:26 PM PST
To: Ernest at the Beach; blam; Physicist; slip18; Poised Woman; 2Trievers; coteblanche; Uff da...
"The Media" does it again!
Paging Dirk Pitt.
posted on 03/30/2002 6:28:23 AM PST
To: Ernest_at_the_Beach; FairOpinion; ValerieUSA
posted on 08/02/2006 9:28:44 PM PDT
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