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Subject: Re: Sea Level Rising Faster
From: Brad Guth <bradg...@gmail.com>
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On Nov 5, 7:05=A0am, default wrote:
> On Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:18:37 -0500, "bjac...@teranews.com"
> <bjac...@iwaynet.net> wrote:
> >On 11/4/2012 11:36 AM, default wrote:
> >> That seems to be the presentation to Al Gore - just another lying scum
> >> sucking politician in my opinion who quite coincidentally got it right
> >> one time in a row.
> >> 'Even a blind squirrel gathers a few acorns'
> >Pretty good assessment of Algore, except for the part about "getting it
> All career politicians are greedy antisocial scum sucking liars in my
> opinion. =A0I think the job and selection process only admits those who
> have those traits.
> >35 scientific errors at least nine of them established in a court of law=
> >Seems he was gathering pebbles telling everyone they were acorns.
> There are errors in the errors too.
> I remember listening to some political hack "scientist" (only by
> virtue of the PhD he had on his wall) wax poetic about the abundance
> on earth and why we shouldn't worry about running out of critical
> resources. =A0Seemingly ignorant of the fact that while "production" has
> indeed increased for the metals he was crowing about, the measures
> taken to extract the minerals have become more advanced, =A0much more
> expensive, and more harmful to the environment.
Apparently the spilling of our blood and the secondary issues of a
forever damaged and/or depleted environment isn't a problem for the
Oligarchs and Rothschilds, and therefore the lower 99.9% of us should
just buck-up, pay whatever's the going price and stop our whining.
Just because Al Gore, Clinton and ourselves care about the here and
now, as well as what future generations will get to pay dearly for, is
apparently not a good enough reason for anyone else to give a tinkers