Dinosaur Gas Caused Global Warming?

I want to read to you a headline in a story today in the New York Daily News. Are you ready? Do I have your attention? I want you to pay very, very close attention to this. “[R]esearch published yesterday in a magazine called Current Biology suggests that large dinosaurs belched and expelled gas to such an extent that it may have contributed to global warming and their extinction.”

Now, what I want to do is ask you to stop for a moment and really think about that. You know that there’s all kinds of arguments going on about global warming, and you’ve heard probably (I’m speaking to you people that are new in the audience) all the claims that it’s the cars that we drive. It’s the greenhouse gases! It seems like every day there’s a new claim, something humanity is doing to destroy the planet. Yet we’ve also learned that it’s a total hoax. If you’re new to the program, I don’t have time to go back and repeat years of programming.

But e-mails leaked from the University of East Anglia in the UK conclusively show how data was altered and faked to produce results that showed man was responsible for global warming when he wasn’t. The stuff was made up. We know that they have tried every scare tactic in the world to convince people that they are responsible for the climate being destroyed, or the world warming up. Now, we know that the reason for this is they’re trying to capitalize on people’s emptiness in their lives. Most people don’t think their lives mean anything and they want to have meaning in their lives.



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