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Re: “Berkeley Waters Down Global Warming Plan

Politicians are like dinosaurs. You kick them between the legs and it'll still take 10years for it to register in their tiny little brains. Don't they realise that global warming stopped in 1998, that this century the climate as been cooling and that the only proof there ever has been that mankind was warming the globe was the fact it WAS getting warmer.

The truth is that the globe was warmer during the medieval warm period, (and cooler during the little ice age) the world's temperature has always fluctuated quite naturally and "global warming" was only ever a hysteria driven con by a few free-loaders to get funding for their research.

Posted by Lenzie on 05/08/2009 at 1:35 AM

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