Today the President tweeted “Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been my mental stability. and being, like, really smart.” Did he really say, “…and being, like, really smart”? I thought he grew up in New York and not in the California valley. Oh well, my position remains unchanged. This administration is doing very good things for the US economy, and the workforce overall. While the recent tax plan will cost me and many of my friends more money, I believe most of us support the desire to help those working families who will indeed be assisted by the recently passed legislation.
Enough of that. Let’s look at this cold wave that has hunkered down on much of the country over the past week.
Many of you are fixin to get mad at me. You are climate change believers. Well, you can simmer down, because, you see, so, like, am I. Wait, what, did I just say that. Yep, I did.
Anyone in his or her right mind cannot possibly deny the fact that our climate changes. The twist, folks, is exactly why it changes. And, the bottom line is that no one has been able to prove that the reasons for a hotter and colder earth have to do with anything other than solar radiation levels and plate tectonic activity. If you want to read a short explanation for earth’s dramatic temperature shifts over the millennia, just click here. I know, some of you are aghast and agog! I can’t possibly believe that climate change is purely a result of natural phenomena, can I? Ummmm, yes, I can. No one, and I mean no one, not even Al Gore and his legion of sycophants, or any other alleged “top-notch” scientist (whose studies are inevitably funded by leftist think-tanks) has proven anything to the contrary.
You see, the discussion is a classic red herring. The climate changers make one want to believe that anyone who questions them is a flat-earth believing moron. The actual issue is lost in the recriminations. The question is not whether there is climate change. We all know that our climate changes. The quandary is what actually causes climate change. Science has established the natural phenomena discussed in the above referenced article directly impact the warming and cooling of our planet. There is absolutely no reason to believe that some future generation won’t be dealing with a severely cooling planet. History is not predictive, but it surely is instructive!
Science has NOT proven that man is irreversibly affecting the climate and radically altering the natural order of things. Now, just pause for a moment and put those pieces together. What they say, when neatly placed in the puzzle, is that there has always been and always will be climate change. There are natural forces at work that make that statement irrefutable. What they don’t say, even after hundreds of millions, if not billions, of progressive dollars thrown into the bottomless pit of preconceived questions that demand prescribed answers, is that man has altered that which occurs very naturally. There are only theories.
Al Gore’s sky is still falling. I suspect it will for decades to come. Maybe there will be a scientific break-though and I will repent at some point down the road. But for now, I look at the majesty and miracle that is this planet earth, and I rest comfortably that there are natural forces that will dictate whether I get to pile wood into my fireplace in Houston, Texas on a cold winter night.
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