The End of the Beginning for the global warming myth?

Global Warming

National Review has cited a Gallup survey in which they found the number of people who are “alarmed” by global warming alarmism has declined, from 41 to 37 percent. While not a massive leap in numbers, it is a step in the right direction. Perhaps one of the greatest indicators that the great global warming scare may be over is that the fanatics are really upset that no one cares. The alarmism causing the rush to shoot ourselves in the foot may soon be over.

Just like peak oil, population threats, Y2K, and all of the other famous scam-scares of the world, global warming seems to be falling in its rightful place.

Sit back and grab the popcorn as the world watches Europe and the UN try to pry their feet out of their mouths over this one.

As Winston Churchill once said, “It is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Let’s hope that applies here.


2 Responses to “The End of the Beginning for the global warming myth?”

  1. 1 Stephan
    June 24, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    How do you explain the recent natural disasters related to weather and the way the north pole ice cap is melting?

  2. 2 firstfriday
    June 24, 2008 at 3:40 pm

    They can be explained by the fact that they’ve always happened, it’s called nature. Remember the Dust Bowl? The floods of the 19th century? The North Pole is melting because it’s summer, why do you think there is more ice than any time in the last 50 years over Antarctica? Do you think even the alarmists are lying when they admit that the earth has been cooling since 1998?

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