Habibullo Abdussamatov: Russian scientist b-slaps Gore more!

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Habibullo Abdussamatov: Russian scientist b-slaps Gore more!

Post by CraigInTwinCities » Fri Mar 02, 2007 4:33 pm

How sweet it is.

Yesterday, on Thursday, March 1, Minnesota Public Radio had a "sold out" public insight forum scheduled that was to focus on the "hot-air" topic of global warming. Except it had to be canceled.

The reason? Wait for it... A huge blizzard!

Of course, global warming revisionists will point to the science fiction movie THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW like it's a science textbook and claim that such cold snaps are part of global warming, but it's all part of a desperate attempt to make their failed theory line up with the facts increasingly as time goes on.

The latest proof against the prevailing global warming winds comes not from La Nina, but from Habibullo Abdussamatov, head of the St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory in Russia. Abdussamatov has been studying the climate on Mars and has noted that there is a similar climate change on the red planet that lines up with what some scientists claim is happening on Earth.

Of course, Abdussamatov may agree that there's a warming trend, but his data suggests that it is sunspot and other solar activity that are behind the trend, not human activity on Earth. That means even if we all switch over from gas-guzzling SUVs to horse-drawn buggies like Al Gore suggests, it wouldn't make one iota of difference!

Don't tell Al Gore. We all know how much his little theory means to him, especially now that he's won a couple Academy Awards for this little PowerPoint show. We wouldn't want him to get all depressed, now, would we?
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