Thursday, January 31, 2008

Father Al

This week, U2’s Bono (unwittingly or not) reinforced the fact that Global Warming pseudoscience is less science and more religion. Speaking of a conversation he had with Al Gore, he said:

"It's like being with an Irish priest. You start to confess your sins. Father Al, I am not just a noise polluter, I am a noise-polluting, diesel-soaking, Gulfstream-flying rock star. I'm going to kick the habit. I'm trying father Al, but oil has been very good for me -- those convoys of articulated lorries, petrochemical products, hair gel."

It is getting a little ridiculous, but it is also very successful. People have begun to accept the dogma of Global Warming and its reduce-your-carbon-footprint-or-destroy-the-planet rant without question.

More and more science is emerging that if nothing else shows that the Global Warming preachers are utter failures at prophesying. If the Biblical principles of Old Testament prophecy were applied to people like Gore, they would have been stoned to death long ago. Thank goodness this is no longer an Old Testament world. However, the way people blindly accept the teachings of Father Al, you would think we lived in a pre-scientific age and not the enlightened world we supposedly entered hundreds of years ago with the scientific revolution!

How long will it be, and how much damage will be done by power hungry people like Gore, before the world wakes up and starts to think again?

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