Wednesday, December 07, 2005

islanders displaced because of imaginary ocean rising due to something besides global warming

Since we know from the leaders of evangelicalism and this nation that Global Warming does not exist, this island in the Pacific is probably not experiencing rising seas due to "so called" global warming. I hope these poor islanders come to their senses and realize since there is no global warming, they can stay put and ignore the ocean's imaginary rise.

link, thanks to Jordon.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should take a look at Michael Crichton's "State of Fear." It's a fictional book that deals with Global Warming....what is interesting though is all the references that he used in compiling his story.....

-mike- said...

I think that such a harsh treatment of Al Mohler is uncalled for. I know him. He is a very upright an dhonorable man who wishes to see the best for what he considers the important things. Although I would disagree with him on points of theology, practice, politics, and tact; he is an amazing person who I look up to.

Rick said...

red.hot- what are you talking about? What does Al have to do with global warming?

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ER said...

I don't know many who claim Global Warming is not occuring. The issue is whether it is man-made or not. The causes are what the issue is. I know we have gone around on this, but the concurrent warming of Mars and the historically cyclical pattern of warming and cooling on the planet pose some problems for the "man cause global warming." It is not about evangelicalism.

Could red.hot be replying to another post of yours or perhaps comments on another site?

james said...

Even if we are to cast doubt onto the theory of Global Warming, i think it would be wise at the very least for evangelicals to realize that 6.5 billion people living on a plot of land (the earth) are going to have some kind of climatological impact.

What I find more interesting is that most other nations of the world do not seem to have this big stink about Global Warming. They recognize that something is happening climatologically and they are willing to do something about it. I guess I just don't understand what the big threat is here in America, with discussing climatological impact. Do we just deny it, so that we don't have to get off our asses and do something about it?

Ryan Lee Sharp said...

I for one won't buy into your liberal mindgames. If their islands are melting, it's obviously personal sin in their lives. Perhaps it's time they repent. Then the waters will recede. Geez!

Anonymous said...

I gave up my SUV about a year ago and this isalnd still is in trouble? damn.

Hey Rick, what about the left's politicalization of a climatological cyclical occurances. common..just reprot and we'll decide.

Rick said...

hey anonymous...

i am not a reporter. i am a sarcastic commentator. they report, i comment sarcastically.