A recent Associated Press article about a Paris meeting of international global warming experts and their dire predictions about the fate of our world started me thinking.
I certainly agree we should do what we can to reduce or prevent damage to Mother Earth, but according to Wikipedia our planet has gone through a lot of this before modern man appeared on the scene, and the Earth's orbital mechanics is already conclusively proved to have far more impact on our climate than we ourselves do.
Read for yourself the Wikipedia search on "ice age".
Skeptic yet I am, I find it easy to believe that modern man had little to do with the disappearance of the glaciers that walked the Earth 10,000 years ago.
Have you ever noticed how journalists seem to quote "experts" who agree with their assigned story line?
A more worrisome problem might be "Who will be our next President(ess)?" The infidel had to try only twice before they successfully took down the World Trade Center, and they've already missed The White House once. Do the journalists at the Associated Press EVER worry about THAT?
No, I'm serious -- DO THEY?
Anyhow, Spring can't come too soon for Ole Dalton Hammond.