Monday, November 30, 2009

The Time to Act is Now

There is no longer any time to debate the settled science of Global Warming. The fact that these "flat earthers" have been filibustering climate progress for so long now, this means that we now need more drastic action than we would have needed a decade ago. Desperate times call for desperate measures. The United Nations must discuss trade sanctions against countries that are non-compliant on this international consensus. We must discuss banning automobiles, forced closure of factories that burn fossil fuels, and ideas for significantly decreasing world population growth. Had the United States ratified and adhered to Kyoto when the treaty was first signed, these drastic measures would not be necessary. But because of the blind ignorance of those who refused to ratify it, we are now at the most perilous tipping point that the world has ever seen.

We will see if all these "flat earthers" are still laughing when the Northern Hemisphere is buried under a mile of ice and snow in 2020.

"Ignorance is bliss when it is folly to be wise"

-Jim Lahey, Trailer Park Supervisor


  1. Well, I couldnt find any comments on any of your posts except from you. So I felt sorry and decided to post.

    I have a question first: Is this blog serious or is it a parody of a left-wing blog? Im not even sure.

    In case you're actually serious, can you please provide me with the evidence which convinced you that global warming is real and that those who question it are flat-earthers? Im looking at this with an open mind but I cant find empirical evidence for the positive feedbacks which are the basis of the theory as pushed by the IPCC.


  2. Haven't you seen the movie The Day After Tomorrow? Al Gore says the debate is over, and it is time to discuss action. I can assure you that this blog is VERY serious. I do use hyperbole where appropriate. The climate crisis is a very serious issue. I would point you to scientists to back up my opinion. They are on their way to Denmark.