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Make Them Argue the Science of Current Global Cooling and Solar Minimum!

New evidence emerging in climate science is giving a big smack down to Al Gore & Company in the Blog Stream Media.

Compromises are being made by the GOP for Cap-And-Trade without discussing the global cooling the planet is undergoing now.
See; http://michellemalkin.com/2009/10/08/ugh-mccain-company-melt...

Politicians are using discredited data to make major policy decisions, without discussing the current science behind it. They think you won't notice that.

The main stream media refuses to discuss the new scientific findings, the ongoing solar minimum, and the now discredited and infamous hockey stick graph still touted as fact but has been proven to be science fiction.

Please ask your politicians to discuss the solar minimum that has been ongoing for more than two years, and the new scientific findings of researchers like Steve McIntyre.
See his blog here; http://www.climateaudit.org/

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The global cooling news just

The global cooling news just keeps getting better.
California and Colorado ski resorts in a snow daze

OT, Changing the

OT, Changing the dialectic.

We Can't Risk Success In Afghanistan at the Expense of Losing Our Entire Empire!

We must acknowledge we have built an empire to maintain with over 700 military bases in 130 countries. We have an embassy in Iraq the size of Vatican City, Iraq being our latest conquest.

The Soviet Union lost its empire and was brought down after its 8 years in Afghanistan. Afghanistan bankrupted the Soviet Union and the US now is also on the brink of bankruptcy. Afghanistan is the country other countries go to die.

The question now is; How much of our Empire do we wish to preserve and how much of it are we willing to give up? Bankruptcy is inevitable. We now need to start thinking about keeping some of it if any, if we can.

I'll tell you another thing:

I'll tell you another thing: When I came to the Maldives, to our enormous surprise, one morning we were on an island, and I said, "This is something strange, the storm level has gone down; it has not gone up, it has gone down." And then I started to check the level all around, and I asked the others in the group, "Do you see anything here on the beach?" And after a while they found it too. And as we had investigated, and we were sure, I said we cannot leave the Maldives and go home and say the sea level is not rising, it's not respectful to the people. I have to say it to Maldive television. So we made a very nice program for Maldive television, but it was forbidden by the government (!) because they thought that they would lose money. They accuse the West for putting out carbon dioxide, and therefore we have to pay for our damage and the flooding. So they wanted the flooding scenario to go on.

The past few years in Minnesota

in the Twin Cities area, we have experienced much colder temperatures during the fall, winter, and spring months than other recent years. Right now, our temperatures have been hanging around 50-65 degrees in daytime, and dropping to 35-40 at night. I recall the spring of last year well. I believe that around the start of March, we experienced the most rediculous weather pattern for 3 or 4 weeks. From about Monday-Thursday, it would be warm and sunny. On Friday, it would start to rain. On Saturday, it would start snowing, on Sunday it would rain again, and then the cycle would repeat.



This year it's going to be

This year it's going to be all snow.

Is that global cooling

Is that global cooling worldwide or cooling in the northern regions along with warmer temps in the tropics?


It's global cooling

It's global cooling everywhere.

Scientist: Carbon Dioxide

Scientist: Carbon Dioxide Doesn't Cause Global Warming

HARBISON: Convincing

HARBISON: Convincing correlation between sunspots, climate should be examined

What climate news you

What climate news you aren’t seeing in the American press but can in Iran