27 January 2007

Global warming fraud tactics

Once in a while one comes across something that illuminates an issue with such clarity that you can't help but admire it. There are probably many of these every day that I am too blind to see. One of these has just come by.
Of all the fraud-based movements crawling around the earth these days, the Global Warming one is one whose willful blindness to the facts, overweening appeal to the emotions of the clueless, and naked lust for power rivals only the equally imbecilic Islamofascists and the sad remnants of the socialist/communist/Marxist/statist/Social Justice blatherskites. But those are subjects for other moments.
Back to the great analyses. In today's Contra Costa Times, Dr. Vlado Bevc has briefly demolished many of the big font issues of the Luddites. His article, Global Warming Nothing But A Paper Tiger, contains such points as

1) Uncontrolled fires in China's abandoned coal mines release as much carbon dioxide as the entire nation of Japan does from useful fuel consumption.
2) The oceans and land outgas 210 billion tons per year compared to 3 billion tons per year from human activity.

Of course, you won't encounter these 'inconvenient truths' in Al Gore's propaganda movie, nor on ABCCBSNBCCNNPBS or the other stooges for this 'movement'.


First off, in the list of propagandists shown earlier I left out a few notable outlets. The first is the BBC - a poster case for the worthlessness of most government programs and why the US Constitution envisioned a very limited central gov ernment, something our British and European friends have not yet figured out. Another example is the US-based Weather Channel which has begun, under its new mis-management a transmogrification into a political pressure operation. Also include MSNBC, to no one's surprise.

Secondly, I neglected the alway-interesting web site JunkScience.com That's an oversight none should make. The site has a good explanation of the matter up and I recommend you take a look at it. Go over to The Real 'Inconvenient Truth'

Today's Reading January 27

Morning the Exodus chapter 13, 14, and 15

Evening the Gospel of Matthew chapter 19 verses 1 through 15

26 January 2007

Today's Reading January 26

For the morning
Exodus , chapters 11 and 12

For the evening
The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 18, verses 21 through 35

25 January 2007

Today's Reading January 25

Morning Old Testament reading the Exodus chapters 9 and 10

Evening New Testament reading the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 18, verses 1 through 20

this reading ends with what is surely a great promise For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them '' Never forget this.

24 January 2007

Today's Reading January 24

Morning Exodus chapters 7 and 8

Evening the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 17

23 January 2007

Today's Reading January 23

Morning the Exodus, chapters 4, 5, and 6

Evening the Gospel according to Matthew chapter 16

I'm convinced that this is one of the most significant daily readings of the year. And yes, I realize they're ALL important. But this one speaks to me every time.
''Who do you say that I am''? remains one of those questions that all of us must answer personally and individually, from the heart. What will we do with this Jesus? He asks that question, and we must answer. And there are consequences for that answer.

22 January 2007

Today's Reading January 22

We have now completed the book of Genesis, the record from the time of Creation up to the death and burial of Israel. I have always loved Genesis, with it's reminder of where our attention must always be in those great words ''In the beginning, GOD ...''. If we always keep that focus, we're heading in the right direction.

For today
Morning beginning the book of the Exodus, chapters 1 through 3.
Evening, continuing in the Gospel according to Matthew, chapter 15 verses 21 through 39. Pay attention to this one - there's some great hope therein. None of us have a right to the mercy of the Lord but He has it anyway.

21 January 2007

Today's Reading January 21

As we continue on the adventure

Morning reading Genesis chapters 49 and 50

Evening reading the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 15, verses 1 through 20