Posted by: Dahni | April 12, 2008

Is Global Warming a Myth? Well not this…

By Dahni

 © 04/12/08

    While former vice president Al Gore continues to speak out about global warming and his work entitled, ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ is a required viewing of many classrooms, alternative views are NOT being made available to the public at large.

    Al Gore, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient (and I question their standards), is clearly the most visible spokesperson for global warming. But he has no more expertise in the field than most people have in navigating the planet Uranus by shuttlecraft.

    If global warming is a fact, as some would have us believe, why is this not open for public debate? Why does Al Gore make so much money from this? If he is so confident in the so-called consensus of science, why will he NOT debate this? Why has he NOT to this date, accepted an invitation to do so publicly?

    Personally, I am absolutely only sure of the following:

 (1)

 

This has Never Been Responded to or accepted by Al Gore!

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 (2)

Global Flashing

    …is there evidence to support Global Flashing? In speaking with my wife, an expert at being a woman and has mutiple degrees (BFA – Bachelor of Flashing Art, an MF – Master’s degree in Flashing and a Phd in Flashing), she concurs that this may well be a global phenomenon.

   The intensity of a woman’s ‘hot flashes’ during menopause has either increased from the eighteenth century to the present time, or they have just gotten better at dealing with it. 🙂

 Just Imagine,

 Dahni


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