Posted by: As I See It by Arnie | June 26, 2007

Weather patterns are changing, call it climate change.

Hope you don’t mind that I change the terminology a bit and call the climate change issue by another name, weather patterns. There was an article out just recently by, of all people, a German and a Swiss environmental specialist scientist saying that sun spots and the changing activity of the sun is the cause of the weather patterns we’ve been experiencing. A bit cooler to a bit warmer and back to a bit cooler, back and forth and round about the weather changes. It’s amazing. Read more on that.

A new greenhouse gas emitter has been discovered, earthworms. … a German study found that worms produce greenhouse gases 290 times more potent than carbon dioxide.” Now guess what all of these worms are doing. They are composting our waste as a measure to combat global warming carbon dioxide emission reductions, but now, worms are contributing to what they are supposed to be eliminating. It’s a mess trying to sort out all of this stuff.

Poison ivy is now more potent than ever because of global warming. A recent experiment conducted by Lewis Ziska, a plant physiologist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, supports the theory. All under controlled man created conditions. So watch out for poison ivy.

Now if you are one of the many scientists who have not climbed aboard the Gore train of believers, then you may be listed as a denier in the Society of Environmental Journalists guide book “on climate change that lists a number of publications on global warming, scientists and seven environmental groups, each with positive descriptions. Under the “Deniers, Dissenters and ‘Skeptics'” category are four listings — all negative. They suggest that these folk are venal, partisan and bad scientists, or all of the above.”

Get this right now, if you want correct information about global climate change, global warming or cooling, or changing weather patterns, then you should go to this ‘guide book’ to lead you in the right direction. I mean, they are journalists after all. If you one of those just a bit skeptical about the entire man caused climate change theory, then you are labeled. That a way to go independent journalists. Debra Saunders has brought this to light in her article today right here on Townhall.

And then there are everyday average people who feel that the entire global warming thing is a bunch of hooey. A poll has determined that 71% of just average day in day out everyday people think that temperature changes naturally. And 65 percent think that scientists’ catastrophic predictions if pollution isn’t curbed are ‘far fetched’.



  1. you had me suicidal, suicida. Andreina Cecilio.

  2. oh lord my baby your driving me craz. Jumana Fanni.

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