There Is No Global Warming Or Climate Change! Yeh, Right! :(

Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma, conservative talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, and most other conservatives and Republicans claim there is no global warming or climate change!

Of course, they are right, heh? NO, THEY ARE TOTALLY WRONG, and the evidence continues to grow! 🙁

We are on the way to the warmest year on record, and July could be the hottest month since weather data were first collected in the late 19th century!

At the same time, Russia has been suffering from the highest temperatures on record, and dealing with disastrous wildfires unseen in their recorded history!

We have seen warmer weather conditions in the past decade than at any time since records have been kept!

We are seeing more and more erosion of shorelines all over the world, and the rapid deterioration of icebergs in the Arctic at an alarming rate!

As carbon emissions rise, the crisis is growing worse, but yet the Congress is unable to gain support across party lines to deal with the environmental crisis that the planet faces!

Instead, we are being told that there is no crisis, and instead we are allowing so called “religious” zealots to defy our scientists who warn of impending disaster in the next century!

The argument seems to be that if we “pray” enough, then we can overlook science in favor of religion! Faith will solve our problems, rather than observable evidence based upon research and investigation!

When religion and science mix, religion wins, science loses, and mankind suffers! 🙁

One comment on “There Is No Global Warming Or Climate Change! Yeh, Right! :(

  1. Antonella Fernandez August 5, 2010 9:58 am

    The issue of global warming hits close to my heart. Coral reefs are known for high productivity and biodiversity in the ocean, thus having certain zones of tolerance to water temperature, salinity, UV radiation, carbon dioxide levels and other factors scientifically proven to be influenced by none other than global warming. Those who refute this ongoing dilemma will inevitably need something so drastic to occur in order to take action. However, I fear by then it would be too late. Twenty percent of the Earth’s coral reefs have been completely destroyed already. Scientist, say if immediate action is not taken to protect the integrity of these reefs the mass extinction could be in 2050 which will cause an undesirable domino affect to the remaining organisms.

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