It Should Be A Cool Summer
Thus, according to the soothsayers of “let us not look for trouble, else we find it,” this takes care of all that liberal Global Warming claptrap. Mother Nature, whose calendar is not measure in months, nay, not even in years, speaks to us in the wisdom of the centuries and says, “The north and south icecaps aren’t melting because it’s too cold.”
One cold week in June, one cool summer in ’09 … that barely shows up on Mom’s radar. But when you see the global temps have risen .75 degrees C in the past hundred years, that means something. Not much for us; a lot for the planet and a warning from Ms. Nature. When we hit +3C, the party is officially over.
We can have our talks. We can have our agreements. We can have our treaties (as effective as those with the Indians). It’s like having talks on a driverless bus which is heading toward a cliff and debating whether or not someone should be appointed to step on the brakes, if so, who should be first, will they be paid, etc.
It should be a cool summer, so we can put all this hogwash about global warming out of our minds for another year. It should be a cool summer, so all those liberals can go back to their ivory tower university think-tanks. A Princess cruise ship had to divert its northern itinerary two weeks ago because of icebergs too far south.