Posts Tagged ‘Ian Plimer’s “Heaven and Earth”’

Mother Nature

April 19, 2010

So the Eyjafjallajokull glacier volcano has erupted, what does that mean to us? I was driving along yesterday when I heard something about it on the radio and it made me think, wouldn’t it be spewing the dreaded greenhouse gases? My heart went out to Algore who has been keeping a low profile lately and I wondered how they (environmentalists) would spin this to their advantage?

I didn’t have to wait long. As I was driving to work this morning there it was, some blithering about how Mother Nature was sick and this was just her vomiting. WTF? Where did that term “mother nature” come from anyway? It’s so sexist on so many levels. I was told that it’s called that because, like a woman, it’s unpredictable. Nuff said? Anyway, I’m glad I wasn’t eating breakfast when they came up with this because I may have erupted, in which case I’m glad I still have a flush toilet and not one of those five-gallon-pail eco pieces of crap they keep touting.

So the story goes on and I am learning that this thing, like Mt. St. Helens, is spewing more CO2 into the atmosphere that humans have since the beginning of time. Who’s going to pay the cap-and-trade on this? But nary a liberal has a thing to say here. What’s the deal? CO2 is CO2, is it bad or could they be lying? Let’s see, according to Ian Plimer’s “Heaven and Earth” we’re actually in a little ice age right now not as severe as the one in the sixties and seventies so maybe we can use a little warming. Until next time, screw environmentalists.