God’s Climate Plan Or Something

Here’s the second part of the Warmist’s Easter climate change nuttiness. This most definitely deserved its own post, as US News and World Report goes bat guano insane

God’s Climate Plan

God would not be happy with climate change skeptics.

I think we can all understand that this is another attempt to shut down debate, aimed at religious folks. This is written by David Jenkins of Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship, which seems anything but conservative. Jenkins wrote last month that Bob Dole is conservative, but Ted Cruz isn’t. He also wrote, again at the far left Huffington Post, that Tea Party members should not be referred to as conservatives. There’s nothing wrong with environmental conservation: as a matter of fact, it seems Conservatives are much more interested in overall conservation than liberals. Anthropogenic climate change? Not so much, since conservatives like to live in Reality Land, rather than focus on a fake issue.

With the confluence of Easter, Earth Day, and the latest report coming out from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), it is a good time to reflect on God’s climate plan and how His design should instruct our thinking and our actions.

In the book of Genesis (3:19), God told Adam that his body would return to the ground when he died, saying, “…out of it you were taken; For dust you are, And unto dust you shall return.” What many tend to overlook is that God was describing a fundamental part of the carbon cycle.

But we can’t stop there!

Much of that carbon stays in the cycle, but God in His infinite wisdom designed the carbon cycle to maintain the proper balance of carbon in the atmosphere — and in the oceans — by removing excess carbon and storing it underground in the form of oil, coal and other hydrocarbons.

When we extract oil and coal from the earth and burn it in ever increasing quantities, we disturb that natural balance by releasing that stored carbon from bygone eras back into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide during a much shorter time frame than would naturally occur. That upsets the carbon balance in the atmosphere, causing excess carbon dioxide to build up in the atmosphere, where it begins to trap too much of the Earth’s heat.

Does it not then stand to reason that God, after designing the Earth’s processes to sequester excess carbon and keep our atmosphere’s chemistry in balance, would prefer that we respect His creation and find better ways to heat our homes and power our cars than using huge amounts of oil and coal?

Refer back to the double facepalm.

BTW, please ask David on Twitter if he has given up his own use of fossil fuels, since use is “against God’s plan.”

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7 Responses to “God’s Climate Plan Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    This is what happens when one tries to shoehorn scientific realities into mythological models of the world. Rather than trying to imagine what a mythical creature thought about the carbon cycle and global warming, it might be more useful to understand that hundreds of millions of years ago massive amounts of carbohydrate plant materials were gradually converted by heat and pressure into fossil fuels – the coal, gas, and oils that we burn today. So far, so good, until we burned them faster than the natural processes of the Earth could absorb the CO2, resulting in the increased atmospheric CO2 and the warming we see today.

  2. John says:

    Teach the USA is reducing its carbon footprint and that is more important than any one individual doing so.

  3. jl says:

    “And the warming we see today.” You may see it, but it’s not there. “The US is reducing its carbon footprint.” Yes, and the reason why has noting to do with taxes, carbon offsets, windmills, solar farms or the government. Just basic economics- fracking produces cheaper natural gas with less emissions. Leave it to the private sector to do what the government cannot.

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  6. Jeffery says:

    j,

    You’re a science denier for a good reason.

    Are you certain that natural gas from fracking is the only reason that CO2 emissions have dropped? Don’t get me wrong, I believe you, but others may be more skeptical and might want you to actually supply evidence.

    http://www.yaleclimatemediaforum.org/2013/05/whats-behind-the-good-news-declines-in-u-s-co2-emissions/

  7. jl says:

    No, J, just a junk science denier. But you knew that. “Others may be more skeptical and want you to supply the evidence..” That’s a good one. Now, if I routinely disparaged others who disagree with me, refused to show my “data”, for the most part refuse to debate in public, said the debate was over, constantly changed what I “predict” is going to happen, altered data, and said, in effect, black=white, then you’d have a point.

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