This is a nice article.
This is a nice article.
Another Algore devotee? When you stick your nose out and become concerned about what's in front of it, what are you doing to correct the problem, as you and your nose visualize it? Are you part of the crowd sending all your bucks to Algore so he can keep Florida from drowning? Do you place your hand on that book of phoney psycobabble penned by Gore as you pray for all the island inhabitants you expect to drown in...let's see now, we've already passed Algore's timetable for his 'chicken little' predictions...so when do you expect the planet to be under water?
Keep following Henry V. His gullability on RTF is legendary.
Didn't climate change before man was around to make a difference?
Maybe global warming could be better than global cooling?
President, himself, said that the US has little impact on the big picture as long as China and India are busy scrambling to become more industrialized. So, does it make sense that we should weaken ourselves (economically) through carbon taxes (direct and/or indirect), so that China and/or India can be the primary world leaders? Will the world be better off? Will our own children and grandchildren be better off? Wouldn't that be the pragmatic approach?
Prior to the dark ages people knew the earth was a sphere and it hung upon nothing.Quote:
The new technology and science is proving my point. The old way of thinking was that it didn't matter and now we know that it does. I am not the flat earther ignoring that which so obviously in front of my nose
what made the dark ages dark was the covering up of the light. So generation after generation people began to believe really weird stuff. That's what happens in the absence of light.
Men of old accomplished way more with way less. The technological calculations would be impossible these days without the use of all our fancy crap. They did it with a triangle, protracter and a straight edge. They sailed by the knowledge of the stars. They mapped out continents with amazing detail. we think we are so smart today. What we know today pales in comparison to what they knew back then. Scientist are still learning things that men of old knew about, In reality we are pretty pathetic creatures compared to those of thousands of years ago.
Hell,,, we can't even produce a machine that can cut a stone as accurately as a an ancient man with a chisel and a fricken hammer and we can't set a corner stone any more precise.
They knew stuff we don't