> Very good points. There are some of those in the
> global-warming-alarmism crowd who feel that if you don't go
> along with their claims, your house deserves to be burned down.
> Perhaps it is best not to just debate theories like AGW on
> their own. They are part of a much larger story. The human
> As far back as recorded history goes, we have evidence that
> early civilizations believed in the world's imminent
> destruction. In my book, I explain about a Sumerian tablet
> dated back to 2800 BC that warns how those were the final days
> of the earth's planet.
> Today, many of these fears still exist in the mind. Whether
> those are the minds of New Agers, climate scientists, or Bible
> believers makes no difference. It is the same underlying fear
> that man has been coping with for at least 5,000 years.
> It is this fear which needs to be overcome, once and for all.
I have to say it. Posting InfoWars and Alex Jones is not a good thing. He's an idiot and a fearmonger, worse than Rush Limbaugh. It also implies a political and ideological bias, NOT a scientific one. I don't think that's the impression you want to convey.
If I didn't already think AGW was nonsense from other, more scientific sources after studying this for over 20 years, I'd have tuned you out just for posting it.
No offense, of course.