Friday, April 27, 2007

Inside the Green House (Global Warming Update)

The environment is ever-changing and this has been the case for billions of years so it would be more than a stretch to blame all of global warming on man-made causes, now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that global warming is a hoax or that we shouldn’t change some of what we do to try to help the environment. I am just saying that we may not be able to do anything about it and the things we do try may only make it worse. Something like what the good people at the EU are considering

But the European Commission has admitted that the objective, which aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions, may have the unintended consequence of speeding up the destruction of tropical rainforests and peatlands in South-East Asia - actually increasing, not reducing, global warming.

I live in the American North West Where I sit right now was only 20,000 years ago under a mile of ice. The earth has been warmer before and much cooler many times. Mars is getting warmer (I guess those mars rovers are smog machines). When environmental extremist control the debate the goal is set then the science is explored to make the goals the only solution. When errors are discovered they will first claim that they are lies, and then they will attack those who point out the errors, then when no other option remains they will claim any solutions as their own saying it was theirs all along. If no solution works into their agenda then they will come up with a law or a tax to make it look like they care.

"No mandatory certification exists at present that will guarantee that tropical rainforests or peatlands in South-East Asia are not destroyed for the production of palm oil,"

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