Cult Of Globull Warming Plans To Go Back To Basics In 2011

Well, well, well, perhaps now we can finally get to the heart of the matter

Hey America! Are you ready to get wonky on global warming?

After a year that started with fallout from the “Climategate” e-mail release, saw the cap-and-trade bill die in Congress, and ended with a gang of Republican climate skeptics winning House and Senate seats, global warming experts are going back to basics.

Finally. Now, maybe they can start from scratch, follow the scientific method, show their raw data, stop using their idiotic computer models…….wait, what?

Environmentalists, scientists and lawmakers have renewed public relations efforts to put global warming plainly before Americans’ eyes and also rebut opponents who say nothing is happening.

“Folks are enraged about this, rightly so, and are looking for ways to educate,” said Peter Frumhoff, director of science and policy at the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Well, I guess they really are going back to the basics, since globull warming/climate change/OMG WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE has never been about science, but about the politics of economic and personal control, and redistribution of wealth.

Crossed at Right Wing News and Stop The ACLU.

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3 Responses to “Cult Of Globull Warming Plans To Go Back To Basics In 2011”

  1. mojo says:

    “Back to basics” for propagandists, not scientists.

  2. John Ryan says:

    Cult of CDeniers says that 2011 will be the Year of Global Cooling. Saudi and Arabia still say “don’t blame us for the climate change, it’s just natural”

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