Posts Tagged ‘global warming’

The Truth About Glo-bull Warming Money

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

Glubull warming (or “climate change” as it is now called) skeptics have been painted as being on the side of the debate with the money. You know. Oil companies. Exxon-Mobil. They bring their big money to the argument and use it to out shout the scientific “evidence” that “climate change” is real and caused by human activity.

But this article on the ABC Austrialia website paints a very different story. Sure enough, Exxon-Mobil put some $23 million into questioning the idea of man-made globull warming, and questioning the wisdom of controlling our productivity so we can emit less carbon. But that $23 million pales in comparison to the billions and trillions spent on “research” and confirmation of the globull warming alarmist theories. Even Exxon itself spent $100 million for Stanford’s Global Climate and Energy Project, and $600 million for Biofuels research.

The U. S. Government spent $79 billion on climate change research and technology since 1989. The Australian government spent $13 million on one quick ad campaign called “Think Climate Think Change”. These figures do not include money spent by other governments.

 Money put into “carbon trading” has reached $130 billion annually.

There are no grants to research the skeptics’ side. There is no “Institute of NaturalClimate Change”. And like a true grassroots movement, most globull warming skeptics have a day job, and don’t have time to do the research.

Believe what you’ll believe about climate change, but when someone tells you the big money is behind the skeptics, you now know better.

Something is rotten in Denmark – It’s Lack of Fidel-ity

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

I thought I was hearing things when I heard on ABC radio news yesterday that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro called the climate change proceedings in Copenhagen undemocratic. So I did a quick search and lo and behold an article in the Latin American Herald Tribune confirmed what I heard on the radio. Castro said the summit ended with “an anti-democratic and virtually clandestine initiative.” Now, it seems to me that Castro calling this meeting full of hypocrites in Denmark anti-democratic is a little like Tiger Woods lecturing John Edwards on fidelity.

Come to think of it, maybe the U. S. should have sent Tiger to Copenhagen as a delegate. Along with the 1,200 limousines provided by local companies for the delegates that came in on some 140 private jets, the local sex workers’ union offered free “services” to anyone producing a delegates’ pass. This according to the London Telegraph. Just think, had Tiger been occupied in Copenhagen, it might have saved him a three iron to the forehead and spared us all of the continuing saga of mistresses coming out of the Wood-work. And until recently, his skills at covering up the truth, much like the glo-bull warming “scientists”, who also recently got caught with their pants down, were very successful.

Anyway, Castro went on to say, “Obama gave a deceptive and demagogic speech, full of ambiguities, that did not involve any binding commitment . . .” Like a broken clock that’s right twice a day, Castro nailed it. This could be said about every speech Obama gives. Where in the world was Castro during the 2008 presidential campaign when the U. S. mainstream media dropped the ball on this assessment?

What kind of shape are we in as a country when we have to rely on an 83-year-old ailing dictator to tell it like it is?