It has been pointed out to me that back to back-to-back snowstorms is not a disproof of global warming, and this is true. We who are grownups and no longer think as children have seen enough of life to know that there are hiccups of good in overall bad times, and of bad in overall good times.
So I am not at all impressed that a nearly unprecedented snow dumped on Copenhagen during the opening days of the international summit there on manmade global warming. I am not impressed by a similar dump on D.C. just prior to and during the return of Obama and Pelosi from said summit. I am not impressed by the NASA satellite photo of the snow-white silhouette of Great Britain, nor by pictures of children making snow angels in Florida.
It is purely anecdotal that this, in turn, has been followed by two record-breaking snowstorms on and around our capital city where a consortium of globalist-minded political leaders, lobbyists, corporate VIPS, and businessmen, in conjunction with their international counterparts, are quietly but feverishly working behind closed doors to pass global warming-based cap-and-trade legislation. It means nothing that snow shut down the administrative offices of the federal government for days.
And it's just bad science to extrapolate from my marathon snow shoveling of the last few weeks that global warming is nonsense.
I just think God is having a good laugh at climatology experts who think we humans have that much power:
"God thunders wondrously with his voice; he does great things that we cannot comprehend. For to the snow he says, 'Fall on the earth,' likewise to the downpour, his mighty downpour. . . . From its chamber comes the whirlwind, and cold from the scattering winds. By the breath of God ice is given, and the broad waters are frozen fast. He loads the thick cloud with moisture; the clouds scatter his lightning. They turn around and around by his guidance, to accomplish all that he commands them on the face of the habitable world. Whether for correction or for his land or for love, he causes it to happen" (Job 37:5-13).
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