Global Warming Links
The Great Global Warming Swindle: This is a very recent BBC movie, posted online, which is in answer to Al Gore’s movie. It covers every single theory, assumption and scientific fact or assumption which Gore makes in his film, An Inconvenient Truth. If you just look at one link on this page, this is the link to watch. It is a television show; it will require a fast internet connection. Every false accusation—such as scientists who don’t believe in Global Warming are funded by big oil; that Greenhouse gases cause climate change, even if we are unsure about global warming, we should at least be willing to submit to some of the principles (it will do us no harm), requiring medical buildings in Africa to use solar panels—are covered in this wonderful film.
Have you seen the picture of those poor polar bears who are trapped out on the floating ice because of global warming? The poor, sad polar bears, floating off to gosh knows where; no doubt to some warm place where they cannot live...and, we know that this ice that they are on will melt and these poor, poor bears will drown. And it is because of you and me, driving our cars, heating and cooling our houses, using our garage door openers. We are killing these poor bears. Those poor polar bears! By the way, here is where that picture came from: Cruise—2004 Dispatches.
Fearless Al Gore Debates Global Warming (from the Opinion Journal January 21, 2007).
Why Global Warming is Probably a Crock (from American Thinker January 16, 2007).
Fear, Complexity, & Environmental Management in the 21st Century is a great article by Michael Crichton (November 6, 2005). Just like Al’s movie, there are lots of pictures and charts. Crichton deals with environmentalism in general.
Global warming nothing but a paper tiger by Vlado Bevc in the ContraCosta Times Jan. 27, 2007. Someone in California wrote this? What happened? Is the world now upside down?
Some people who use a great deal of energy, and have what they determine is a large carbon footprint, often try to offset this footprint by buying carbon credits. You might be interested in this article: Creators of carbon credit scheme cashing in on it. Here’s another story about this from the Boston Globe: Carbon confusion: Buying emission offsets is a challenge for consumers.
You may have heard that there is no longer any reason to debate global warming; that it is a scientific fact. Well, you must also consider that, if you dissent, that you could be risking your life. Death Threats for man-made-global-warming-doesn't-exist scientist.
The Godfather of the Environmental Movement in the UN is Maurice Strong. Here is an article which examines the career of Mr. Strong. At the United Nations, the Curious Career of Maurice Strong.
One global research group just got stopped by cold weather (March 12, 2007): Frostbite ends Bancroft-Arnesen trek.
It may well turn out that George W. Bush's greatest service to the country won't involve terrorism or Iraq at all, but his steadfast refusal to be buffaloed into joining the panicky consensus on global warming. This is a quotation from Resisting Global Warming Panic.
Reason vs Faith: Julian Simon vs Paul Ehrlich.
Since our earth is heated by the sun, you may have asked yourself, at some time, How Strongly Does The Sun Influence The Global Climate? This is from Science Daily August 3, 2004.
Look to Mars for the truth on global warming from the National Post February 2, 2007.
A man who ceases to believe in God does not believe in nothing; he believes in anything. - G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy. This describes two Global Warmists who subscribe to this philosophy with angry fanaticism (neither one allows Global Warming to affect their own day-to-day life, much like Al Gore—so, I must respect them for not actually believing in Global Warming. A Necessary Apocalypse (American Thinker—February 2, 2007).
Ecoterrorism is real (The Seattle Times May 23, 2006).
Environmentalism is a Religion. Michael Crichton (September 15, 2003); Gary Kukis (March 2007).