Census results and global warming.

There is a connection between the results of the 2010 census and the global warming alarmists.

Did you notice this in the trends the census reported? People are moving south. In other words, people like it when it’s warmer.

That’s one of the first things I thought of when we heard all this alarm about global warming. So the earth is warming. What’s so bad about that? And it looks like a lot of people agree with me.

Even if their phony science were real and all their manipulated data were true, I have never quite gotten really worried about the idea that the earth might get a couple of degrees warmer. Yes, the seas could rise a little, but people can adjust. And if Canada becomes more habitable, there will still be plenty of room for everyone on this planet Earth.

I was born in Minnesota and from there moved to Iowa, then Colorado, and now Arizona. Each move landed me in a warmer clime, and I’ve kind of enjoyed it. From Minneapolis, to Mesa, Arizona, that’s an increase of 23 degrees in the average high temperature in July, and an increase of 45 degrees in the average high for January.

No, the idea that the earth might warm a couple of degrees just doesn’t impress me as being so serious that we have to wreck our economy over it.

Plus the fact that I’m not convinced that it is going to get warmer.

Plus the fact that I’m not convinced that man’s activity has anything to do with it.


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By Dr. David Hall. Dr. Hall runs Infinity Dental Web, a small company that does Internet marketing for dentists. He has had a long-standing interest in politics and as a college student toyed with the idea of a political career.
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2 Responses to Census results and global warming.

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  2. It will only take a 2 or 3 degree rise in the average temperature of the earth to cause a catastrophic failure of the earths environment. Food chains, agricultural environments, ocean currents, ice caps, polar caps, land glaciers and much more is already being affected by the Global Warming syndrome.

    It would be wise for you to become a little more educated on the subject before you go posting asinine articles like this, and making a fool of yourself.

    But then you live in Arizona, the State run by a marginally sane Ex-ray technician, I guess it makes no difference if your ignorant about a subject in Arizona. You guys are proving to be the the nations cradle of ignorance.
    – Jerry Verlinger

    Reply by David Hall:
    It really is fun to field some of these comments from the Global Warming Alarmists. The Earth is so delicate – change the temperature by 2-3 degrees and CATASTROPHE! Guess what, Jerry? Most people – MOST PEOPLE – no longer believe this stuff. And Al Gore recently bought an ocean front home in Florida – so how much do you suppose he believes his own predictions that the oceans are going to rise 20 feet?

    Oh, and you spell it “x-ray technician” – it begins with an “x”, not an “E.”

    You know, I was reflecting on the mentality of these people when I read an article recently from the New York Times. They were writing about the recent storms dumping so much snow on the east coast and bringing record low temperatures to South Carolina and Georgia. And through some logical string they were blaming this on global warming. And I thought – this is really very much like a religion with these people. It’s a faith-based belief system. There’s a big scandal showing that the perpetrators of global warming theories concocted data and manipulated other data, and the beliefs persist. A few years ago one of their disciples was predicting that soon there would be no more snow in the UK, and now with record snows they are unfazed.

    Jerry – you should look at my article about carbon recycling. That will really drive you nuts. I’d be interested in reading your response to that.

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