Thursday, December 18, 2008

CNN's Myers: AGW theory is 'arrogant'

This just becomes more delicious by the day. Anyone want to take bets on how much longer this global warming BS will last, now that the cards have started to fall and all the silent disbelievers who've patiently waited in the wings have started speaking up?

It has nothing to do with whether man can alter the climate with fart gas; this entire boondoggle is partly predicated on creating political dependence--so that Obama and other like-minded alarmists (like Al Gore) can 'save us.'

What could be a great political achievement to have on one's resume? "I saved the entire Earth."

Seek shelter, Chad! Dr. Cullen and her minions will be after you now for 'coming out,' even if their global warming show on the Weather Channel was cancelled. As you can see in the last bit from the article, the Thought Police were able to bring the other dissenting CNN meteorologist--Rob Marciano--back inline.

CNN Meteorologist: Manmade Global Warming Theory 'Arrogant':

Unprecedented snow in Las Vegas has some scratching their heads – how can there be global warming with this unusual winter weather?

CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers had never bought into the notion that man can alter the climate and the Vegas snowstorm didn’t impact his opinion. Myers, an American Meteorological Society certified meteorologist, explained on CNN’s Dec. 18 “Lou Dobbs Tonight” that the whole idea is arrogant and mankind was in danger of dying from other natural events more so than global warming.

“You know, to think that we could affect weather all that much is pretty arrogant,” Myers said. “Mother Nature is so big, the world is so big, the oceans are so big – I think we’re going to die from a lack of fresh water or we’re going to die from ocean acidification before we die from global warming, for sure.”

Marciano also said that, “global warming does not conclusively cause stronger hurricanes like we’ve seen,” pointing out that “by the end of this century we might get about a 5 percent increase.”

His comments drew a strong response and he recanted the next day saying “the globe is getting warmer and humans are the likely the main cause of it.”

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