OK, Houston: So this is going to be a rant.
I don’t have time to look it up, but I’m on record as "calling a top" on the anthropogenic global warming
theory fictional hysteria the very moment I saw Al "fuckface" Gore in an interview (in answer to a question about skepticism and dissenting views) completely dismiss the idea with a shit-eating, presumptuously condescending grin, stating, "No, the science is settled." That worthless mutherfucker of a shitbag needs to settle in the bottom of a six-foot hole in the ground; that’s what needs settling.
Yea baby; and then everyone jumped on the "consensus" bandwagon and that was the beginning of the end. I’ve told you so; I’m telling you so; and I’m pretty sure it will be so — though anything can happen.
So what’s next? Why, global cooling, of course. Not only does this article give a good explanation as to the history of the warming
debate hysteria, it notes the history of the dissenters, how their dissent was qualified by its supporters dickbreath opportunists, and how it finally got cracked. But don’t expect your mainstream shit peddlers
media outlets to pick up on what’s going on right under their noses for
a while. Hell, we could go on with this for years, but I bet you’ll
begin to see the policies behind the gung-ho,
"we’ve-got-to-do-something" rhetoric lack a certain real commitment and
enormous cost (as if it kinda hasn’t been that way already for the
largest "polluters" of the naturally occurring carbon dioxide).
It concludes by suggesting that the bigger concern ought to be the
effect of much cooler temperatures in extreme latitudes around 2020, if
the solar output cycles that have been observed and recorded for
hundreds of years cycle on time.
Again: I never, ever bought into the man-made aspect of natural, cyclical
global warming for an instant. Not one instant; and I was never even
tempted. Why? Because I have a dammed brain ya bunch a’ fuckin’ morons.
Everyone — everyone — who did buy into this is either an
ignoramus, a moron, or a lying sonuvabitch opportunist — or just
simply hates humankind and its virtuous propensity to mold nature to its benefit. You know what: there has been so much bullshit surrounding all this bullshit that I might never
let anyone forget it. In this? …You’ll get nothing but maximum hubris
from me and I don’t care what you think about it. And if you think I’m
worried about jumping the gun on this, I’m not. I can spot the
beginning of a move, which I have, and I’ve received confirmation
signal after confirmation signal. This is a done deal and it’s just a
matter of time until everyone’s talking about it. You’ll see.
(I caught that link to the article in so many places around that I have no idea who to credit.)