On Wed, 23 Mar 2016 16:00:01 -0400, "Michael A. Terrell"
Jim Wilkins wrote:
"Larry Jaques" wrote in message
On Wed, 09 Mar 2016 07:21:10 -0600, Ignoramus1161
I have a question.
If global warming is fake, how come those glaciers are shrinking?
so does the Arctic ice?
Questions here, too. If Algore is an environmentalist, why was he
spending over $30,000 a year to heat and cool his home? And if his
movie was realistic, why did the Brits ban it from showing in UK
schools? And if polar bears were drowning, why didn't they just move
with the ice? P.S: Algore finally admitted that was entirely
and that he made up the polar bear story. Then again, I just saw
another picture of a dead polar bear captioned on yet another AGWK
story recently. sigh They just don't get it.
Now, your answer:
Check the rest of the Earth. When one area loses ice, ice builds in
another area. It happens the same way each year with the seasons,
that's called "weather", which is what people are reacting to.
is between ice ages and will continue to warm (or remain stable like
the past decade+) until the next ice age.
Also see these books:
_State of Fear_ The excellent fictional book by Michael Crichton
which first led me to question the media and global alarmists.
_The Skeptical Environmentalist_
Bjorn Lomborg (formerly of Greenpeace)
_The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and
_Meltdown: The Predictable Distortion of Global Warming by
Politicians, and the Media_
Patrick J. Michaels
_Hard Green: Saving the Environment from Environmentalists_
by Peter Huber
_Unstoppable Global Warming, Every 1500 Years_
Patrick J. Michaels
_The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your
Senator James Inhofe
_The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science_
_Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind The Global Warming
I watched a video about a farmhouse downlight(?) of a wind turbine. It
reminded me of a 3 y/o kid finding the light switch in the room for
the first time, turning it on and off every second for an hour.
Never trouble another for what you can do for yourself.
-- Thomas Jefferson