Gore has a lot to say. He is stating his case. The problem is he isn't stating the facts.
The fact is climate change does not follow changes in co2 levels. It never has, and unless Newtonian physics flies off its axis, it isn't going to start now.
You can feel any way you like about CO2. You can hate it, scream at it or use it to create a global warming business. It doesn't drive climate change. The oceans produce so much CO2, in such vast amounts, that our CO2 is like a pinch in a sand box.
The worst thing about this latest craze is that I don't hear near as much about good old pollution. Good old filthy dump-it=in=the=river poison. How about the algae that marine biologists say is a real threat to our existence? Why is it with all the things, real fact based emergencies, available do people join in a frenzy over something that science doesn't support?
We're not so much a level-headed citizenry of what was once a fine nation as we are a fan club. That's it; fan club politics.
Don't get me wrong I think fossil fuel burners of all types should be done away with. There are a lot of good reasons. A lot of what we do as governments is criminal. I think we've been intentionally thrown off track as part of a global chess game.
But that's a long story.
Mar 26 2007 - 5:38pm