AccuWeather - World Weather - International Local Weather Forecasts

William White wbbanjo at YAHOO.COM
Tue Mar 21 10:50:10 MST 2006


We are on the same page, John.  As for what capacities we may discover and employ in the future, who can say?  For now, we need to recognize and nullify the "man-made global warming con game."
   
  Bill      

John <blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET> wrote:
  The earth's climate goes through cycles - if that's what you're 
calling "global warming", Bill. There will be another ice age at 
some point in the future, but not during our lifetimes. As for 
man-made damage, forget about it........as Rush said once on his 
old TV show, "man cannot destroy the earth - he didn't create 
it."

John Q.



On Tue Mar 21 06:29:05 PST 2006, William White 
wrote:

> Global warming is occuring but it is chiefly caused by cyclical 
> activities in the sun and the biosphere, earth. 
> Environmentalists, behind whom lurk the failed but still active 
> fanatics, AKA, communists, socialists, etc.,are pushing a 
> political agenda. It plays well in the MSM and sectors of 
> Western culture that feed voraciously on angst.
> Meanwhile, warnings should be heeded or not depending on 
> variable levels of preparedness and tolerance for risk.
> Bill
> 
> 
> wrote:
> Richard A Whitenight wrote:
>> This is an article on the threat of a major hurricane striking 
>> the
>> Northeast. After last season's hurricane season, I wouldn't rule 
>> it out.
>> 
>> Richard
>> 
>> http://wwwa.accuweather.com/promotion.asp?dir=aw&page=nehurr
> 
> Speaking of weather. Monday was the first day of spring. I heard 
> on the radio (Fox News) that a funeral was held in New York for 
> winter. The end of winter on a day when the temperature reaches 
> the low 40s with a wind chill in the 20s. Here in Phoenix at noon 
> it was 48 outside. In 1988 the high was 100. Global warming my 
> a$$!
> 
> -- Sgt Schultz "You're a better cook than my wife."
> Louis LeBeau "Merci"
> Sgt Scultz "You're also better looking."
> 
> 
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