Saturday, March 27, 2010

Climate Kool-Aid

Warming alarmists claim the "science is settled". It isn't. But were it settled, on what "science" is warming based? If the London Times is right, greenies are counting fable as fact:
[I]n 1979, [James] Lovelock published the book-length version of his Gaia theory, which postulates that the Earth functions as a kind of super-organism, with millions of species regulating its temperature. Despite initial scepticism from the Darwinists, who refused to believe that individual organisms could act in harmony, the Gaia theory has been widely accepted and now underlies most atmospheric science.
More evidence that the climate crusade has become a cult.

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