Wednesday, January 26, 2011

When Does "Green" Cross the Line? When it thanks Genghis Khan for Killing 40 Million People

There is observation and there is research and there is politics. But 'greeners' may have crossed the line when they company all three. Jornalist Bryan Nelson now suggests that Genghis Khan single-handed (well, not really) was the first "climate changer" when he eliminated 40 million people from the earth during his conquests. Unbelievable rhetoric indeed.

If there was any doubt in your mind about all the climate change and global warming theories going around being questionable, as a Christian this should clear it all up for you. The idea that a Creator would put such an equation into place is preposterous. But then again, none of these scientists accept the idea of a Creator being involved.

Speaking of climate change and scientists, though, it is time we pointed out that not all "scientists" accept the idea that we are the problem in  "global warming". Take a look at this first site below about the Heidelberg Appeal:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heidelberg_Appeal 

In fact, according to Brian Sussman in his book, "Climategate", 4,000 scientists, including 72 Nobel Prize winners signed this.  They are all "skeptics of man-caused global warming".

And if that is not enough, go to the sight below for the Oregon Petition which eventually was signed by over 30,000 American scientists who "have formal training in the analysis of information in physical science".  It talks about urging the U.S. to reject the idea of "global warming" as being totally unscientific in nature.  Take a look and read the words of the petition.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_Petition

Now, if you're still into global warming, here's the link I promised to the so-called research on how Genghis Khan was the first "greener".    Enjoy.   Or cry, for a world gone crazy.


Killing 40 million people? Now, that's green!




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