Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Global Warming Meltdown

Get this... I just ran across this article on BBC...

It starts out like this:

Scientists in Germany have discovered that ordinary plants produce significant amounts of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas which helps trap the sun's energy in the atmosphere.
Time to wipe out the rainforests. They're warming the earth!!!!!
To their amazement, the scientists found that all the textbooks written on the biochemistry of plants had apparently overlooked the fact that methane is produced by a range of plants even when there is plenty of oxygen.

Are these some of the textbooks Global Warming models are based on?

"Until we know how this process works it is really unwise to come to any conclusions."

Hmmm... where have I heard that before? ... Perhaps from the EEEEVil United States at the UN? Isn't that what Chimpy McBushHitler and his Minions have said?

As the Global Warming Believers are fond of retorting in response when reasonable people argue thus, "wouldn't it be better to err on the side of caution?" ???? :-) :-) :-) ROTFL

In fact, of course, trees are neither good nor bad. They are just there, and if they are producing methane now they always have been in natural conditions.

In fact, humans are neither good nor bad, they are just there. We are just doing what humans do under natural conditions.

The study highlights, however, the extreme complexity of the relationship between the biological processes of the Earth and the chemistry of our atmosphere - and how much there is yet to discover.

Wow. Hey, Kyoto fans, are you listening????

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