Posts Tagged ‘Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne’

More Warmi Hyteria

May 26, 2010

Ian Plimer is a Professor at the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide and Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He is Australia’s best known geologist. He has written seven books and published 120 scientific papers. He is twice the winner of Australia’s highest scientific honor, the Eureka Prize. Not exactly a slouch.

So, as the Obomunists boldly go where no sane human has gone before I would like to bring something to your attention. In Prof. Plimer’s seventh book he says “Mars enjoys global warming yet has almost no atmosphere. To my knowledge, there is no industry or human emissions of CO2 on Mars. This is strong evidence that the Sun drives climate on Mars. The Sun is probably also the main driving force for climate on Earth.”

What does that suggest to you? Do you think we should just go ahead and trust Algore, because he did make that nifty movie you know? Or should we maybe hold off on this crap and trade BS and look into this a little more first. I realize that Algore has an Honorary Doctorate from McDonald’s Hamburger U but Ian is pretty sharp too. If you will just buy, borrow, steal or rent Prof. Plimer’s book, Heaven and Earth, and look on page 215, second paragraph (because God forbid anyone should actually buy it, read it, and learn) you will find the quote from above and it is backed up with actual real life science and not nifty graphics.

The only reason I’m going here is because the gay rights activists (my term for legislators) on Capitol hill are trotting out their warmi legislation again and it needs to stop now until we can rid this world of them in November. Call them. E-mail them. Write them a nasty-gram. Or stop by and visit them. But let them know that you will not be tipping them this December when they have returned to the only real job they are qualified for, vacuuming out your ashtray at the car wash, if they vote for this now. Until next time, screw environmentalists.