Monday, December 20, 2010

Doomsday?

Now we've went and done it. All of us poo pooing these claims of man made global warming, myself included, while doomsday approaches. Not only are we having more record warm and cold days, tomorrow will be the darkest day in 456 years!

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At 7:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you think a record cold day is a sign climate change is not occurring, you don't understand climate change. There is a mountain of evidence against you Fred. Your position requires nothing less than faith.

 
At 7:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Faith is the denial of evidence so that belief may be preserved.

 
At 8:16 AM, Blogger Fred said...

That's why I call those who believe in global warming "Believers".

 
At 11:32 AM, Blogger Rose said...

we call them "Warmistas" and although the media has tried to pretend ClimateGate did not occur - the whole thing is almost entirely debunked.

Everywhere the crazed-sex-poodle Al Gore goes record cold descends. It's becoming known as The Gore Effect.

 
At 11:52 AM, Blogger Tom Sebourn said...

Add up the numbers world wide and make your own conclusion. Math doesn't lie.

 
At 12:10 PM, Blogger Fred said...

The climate might be getting colder or warmer. Only time will tell. The question is whether man is can have an effect on our climate. I'm saying, assuming we have any effect at all on climate, it's so insignificant we shouldn't be getting hysterical over it.

 
At 12:20 PM, Blogger Fred said...

And it's not just me that thinks that. Over 31,487 American scientists agree with me:
http://www.petitionproject.org/

 
At 6:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fred, maybe I missed something. Wouldn't be the first time. I'm as dumb as a box of rocks... without the box.

You noted the 21st will be the darkest day we've had in 456 years. That sounds really dark. But reading the article, it looks like it'll be the shortest day, or the moon and sun will be at their darkest. I'm not sure they're the same thing as the 'darkest day in 456 years'?

Any thoughts or cogent reader's comments? Thanks.

~signed,
"That's 'Mr. Box' to you!"

 
At 8:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We might be able to do with a little warming here but probably no such luck.

Scientists from the Navy have had the Earth going to end in a few years but I just don't remember what the year was. Maybe it should have ended by now, but someone here probably knows how to look up those old articles so we will know if we are all ended by now or have a few more years to go.

 
At 6:32 AM, Blogger Fred said...

I'm not sure they're the same thing as the 'darkest day in 456 years'?

Depends on how you're using the term "dark".

What they're trying to say is since the winter solstice is the shortest daylight hours of the year, if you add to that the loss of light from the total lunar eclipse, then that would be the first time in that many years the winter solstice had that little sun or moonlight shining on the earth.

 
At 9:06 AM, Anonymous skippy said...

Thanks, Fred. It WAS pretty dark. Maybe it was the darkest day of the year. Felt like going to bed and hibernating for the duration, peeking out warily from under the covers should something dark and sinister happen. They were lopping off quite a few heads in England when this last occurred 456 years ago, with a few stake-burnings thrown in for good measure.

Fortunately all's well, Fred. Today's a brighter day. We still have our heads.

Happy holidays and brighter days for the future to you and yours. Keep 'em coming, Fred.

 

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