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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Prediction of Things to Come?

One can only hope that the articles below are correct. If they both are, we might face a better future. Wouldn't that put a wrench into the plans of the Doom and Gloom Democrats? Folks, it is time we accentuated the positive and worked to mitigate the real issues we face.

Maybe it is time to have a real conversation on Global Warming (as opposed to silencing an entire half of the debate), and maybe we should look to the Australians on the issues of immigration and assimilation.

As always, I'd love to hear your thoughts.

West Awakes from Suicidal Slumber
Perhaps the Climate Change Models are Wrong

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2 Comments:

At 9:27 PM, Blogger DADvocate said...

Both encouraging stories. I hope we get our act together on immigration before too much damage is done.

The global warming article particularly interested me. I posted a few months ago about Russian scientist who is predicting global cooling. That certainly goes along better with some of the weather we've had this winter. I believe parts of China had the coldest winter ever recorded.

The problem with the computer models is that climate and weather are so complex. If you leave out a single variable or misjudge its value, both of which could easily be done, it messes up the entire model. Computer models aren't necessarily special or wonderful. They just crunch numbers really fast.

 
At 7:15 PM, Blogger russelllindsey said...

I couldn't agree more. We had a very harsh winter here in Michigan. It is stupid that we're relying so heavily on certain models, without questioning them. I also think that it is very arrogant to think that man matters enough on Earth that we could change the climate. Should we conserve more and take better care of the environment? Sure. We need to come up with a way to make it more economically feasible though.

I can't stand it when people get on their high horses and say that Americans are too prosperous.

Lindsey

 

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