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Adjusting The Earth's Thermostat


September 25, 2017

The recent hurricanes call into question the theory that mankind causes climate change. Think about this: If man has the power to change the Earth’s climate, why doesn’t he divert the path of a hurricane or diminish its intensity?

Obviously, because he can’t. In the face of an impending hurricane all we can do is batten down the hatches and travel to a safer area.

That’s not to say that climate change isn’t real, just that man can’t control it. In the more than 4 billion years of the Earth’s existence, ice has covered North America, then receded, many times, and England and Iceland have periodically been tropical, all of which occurred long before the first Chevy Suburban rolled off an assembly line.

Even the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), hardly a global warming skeptic, said in its 2001 summary assessment report that “… the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.”

So before we redistribute America’s wealth to countries that are far less environmentally responsible than we are, and before we turn more of our liberty over to federal and world government, we’d better have some solid proof that mankind can adjust the planet’s thermostat. So far there isn’t any.

Jim Grodnik



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