Truth, Ten Years Later:
Ten years ago
this week, Al Gore predicted the end of the earth.
I'm happy to report that I for one did not sell my
belongings and move my family to the mountains to avoid
the rising sea levels. The fact of the matter is the
evidence that global warming exists is questionable at
best. The methods used by "global warming scientists" to formulate their hypotheses are slanted and
evidence that is contrary to their 'conclusions" has been discarded. Furthermore even if we were convinced
that global warming did indeed exist would we just
automatically assume that human activity is the cause of
such a phenomenon?
In 1980 Mount
St. Helens dropped 540 million tons of ash which drifted
2,200 sq miles covering seven states.
In 2012 alone,
6,825,989 acres were burned from wildfires started by
lightning in the U.S.
history tells us that the earth has experienced climate
change for as far back as one can see. Certainly humans
are not to blame for a changing climate 350 million
years ago. There have been ice ages, melt downs and
"meteors" that eliminated the dinosaurs long before I
bought my first SUV.
I'm afraid this
global warming fear mongering has always been about
money and control. Renewable energy has cost the
American consumer billions in higher energy costs and
billions more in business growth and opportunities.
There are close
to 100,000 windmills in the U.S. and some reports say
close to 20,000 are already abandoned. Coal mining
states are devastated and the EPA's new guidelines will
destroy what's left of the American dream. If we would
ever allow some unsubstantiated global warming theory to
lead us into a global cap and trade agreement the
effects would be, no pun intended, chilling.
God Bless Wisconsin!
Years goes by Fast!