Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Evolution, Kyoto, And Naturally Occuring Substances

Okay, had a wonderful holiday, the horseback riding left me with a sore butt, the golfing was great, but it's good to be home!

Now, my point, scientists have still not proved that we evolved. Why are there no halfape-halfhuman's running around? Did the iceage freeze them? Why didn't apes and humans freeze then? Oh, who cares whether we evolved or not, we are here, that's good enough for me.

Now, scientists are trying to convince us that global warning is a threat. I think pollution is a threat, and something that can be measured. Global warming, if you listen to the MSM is a done deal, it's happening, and we better control it or the earth will change dramatically. Hummmm, like the iceage came and went without our help? Did that change the earth dramatically? Well, we aren't having to fight dinosaurs at least, well maybe only liberal dinosaurs. What is the great cause of global warming, CO2.

Now, let's think about naturally occuring substances. Butter is natural, margarine is not. For years, margarine was good, butter was bad. Now, margarine has all those bad trans-fats, butter doesn't. Sugar is natural, artificial sugar substitutes are not. What's with this new milk-to-go that lasts for months? Can that really be good for you? It's sure not natural. So, naturally occuring or artifically manipulated, which would you choose.

To tie it all up, scientists still can't prove evolution, why should we believe them when it comes to global warming? Naturally occuring, last time I checked, CO2 was a naturally occuring substance, pollution is not. So, why are we fighting CO2 and not pollution?

3 comments:

TrustOnlyMulder said...

I get the impression you just finished Ann Coulter's Godless.

97 to 99% of greenhouse gases are water vapour. Go figure. The Kyoto followers rarely point that fact out. In fact they never do because they know it would kill their arguments that man is causing greenhouse gases and global warming.

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