The big news is that Bill Nye, the “science guy,” is now green. No, not like the recent “green Moon” hoax that’s going around, wherein the planet Uranus is supposed to lend its greenish hue to the Moon – an impossibility. This is about another hoax: Global warming. And Bill Nye says it’s true, so it must be true. After all, a few years ago he debated Ken Ham and declared that Evodelusion was true, too, so that must be true.
Anyone who follows my rants knows that one of the major ones is about Evodelusionists who have changed (pun intended) the definition of “evolution” from “descent with modification” to simply “change.” After all, we all know living things “change,” so, Voila! There you have it! Evolution in action!
So now we have climate “change.” Was climate “changing” before man started using fossil fuels? Well, yeah. Has climate always been changing? Well, yeah. But here’s the kicker:
Somebody figured out how they could make money – LOTS of money – on “climate change,” and the rest is hot history!
And you know what? Statistics say that “95% of scientists” affirm “climate change” to be real. So there! That’s about the number, maybe higher, who also say that human beings, those evil purveyors of climate changing machinery, arose from slime which came from nothing before there was slime.
Now, one of my biggest contentions with the whole climate change non-controversy, and with 95% of scientists (many of whom no doubt are making or will make part of their living off it while contributing to the “carbon footprints” they want everybody else to erase) is that those SAME scientists would tell you that you came from a “primordial soup” that fed on noxious fumes and that’s how we evil polluting humans got here.
Are you following me? The same stuff they’re complaining about – pollution and heat – are among the necessities for creating life! So, what’s all the fuss about? Are we not just contributing to factors that will create new “evolutionary niches” for new life forms that will arise from the garbage we’re spewing on the land, in the sea and in the air?
Somebody needs to correct me if I’m wrong. I see the whole pollution and fossil fuel combustion products thing as just opening up new chances for life to evolve. Don’t you? I mean, hey, we’re searching for life on planets that have more poisonous atmospheres than evil mankind will ever introduce on Earth. We’re speculating and imagining what kinds of life could exist on those planets – maybe very different life forms than those on Earth.
So, in the ever-famous words of Alfred E. Neuman, “What, me worry?”
Disclaimer: I have tried my best to keep my carbon footprint small in this article. Please do not print it. I also am not making any money off of the Climate Change controversy.