Thursday, November 29, 2007

Global Warming? Never Heard of It

Now that the hurricane season is nearly over (tomorrow is last day) and it is the second year in a row that predictions have been vastly over projected, you would think claims of global warming being the cause of the 2005 season would be re-evaluated, right? Well, you would be wrong. In this entire article trying to explain why the season was slower than predicted, not once are the words 'global warming' even mentioned in any sort of mea culpa. However, I can see the article now had the season met expectations or exceeded, all blame and reasons would have been because of global warming. Don't worry though, whenever we have the next "bad" season, whether that be next year or 10 years from now, they will be ready to lay it all out again however it may be global coolings fault next time.

1 comment:

Mike's America said...

If on the basis of one bad season the enviro-scaremongers can claim bad hurricanes are our fault because of manmade global warming then surely on the basis of two record low hurricane seasons we can claim the opposite.

Rush Limbaugh found a collection of links where global warming (which really means President Bush is to blame) is the cause for everything:

Yep, the sun comes up in the morning.... manmade global warming to blame!