Global Warming Today: National Geographic Goes Climahysteric

I can usually count on National Geographic to at least be fair and honest, as well as discuss all sides of an issue, but, with their reprint of an AP article on global warming, they have lost it

Washington, D.C.’s famous cherry trees are primed to burst in a perfect pink peak about the end of this month. Thirty years ago, the trees usually waited to bloom until around April 5.

15 days early? I wonder when they were blooming during the high heat decade of the 30’s. And consider that there is the urban heat sink effect, where cities are much warmer then the surrounding countryside.

Here’s what gets me, though

The fingerprints of human-caused climate change are evident in seasonal timing changes for thousands of species on Earth, according to dozens of studies and last year’s authoritative report by the Nobel-prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

On page 2 of the article, the AP launches in to a resitation of human caused events, but fails to provide actual proof that it is human caused global warming. Why am I not surprised.

There are dozens of articles that contradict any climate change being primarily, or solely, caused by humans. Why are they ignored? Why are the scientists ignored? Why do those who believe in Man (or Woman, don’t want to be sexist) fail to live the life they espouse for everyone else?

Furthermore, the article completely ignores any possible natural effects. How can we possibly have an honest discussion when we do not look at all the facts?

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3 Responses to “Global Warming Today: National Geographic Goes Climahysteric”

  1. Ogre says:

    All I needed to know was in your second quote — “Nobel prize winning.” You win the Nobel prize by attacking and insulting America and/or capitalism.

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  3. bruce says:

    i does not matter what we do or don’t do we can not change earths tempiture.can you say hoax?

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