Out in the Cold


Cartoon posted by permission of A. F. Branco
Thanks to Vance von Raab for the link to this cartoon

16 thoughts on “Out in the Cold

  1. https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/climate-change-alarmists-disregard-sanctity-of-human-life-population-expert
    Here’s another spin on how opinions on climate change can be twisted to make one believe there is a population control agenda.I have read about agenda 21 from the u.n.It is sad, if it’s true but then again in the wild ..nature will control success,or too many of 1 specie overtaking a large area on earth..I think an all out iceage or worse” snowball earth will reconfigure earths pecking order.

  2. looks like the Goracle is out of action! Especially with record cold in the Eastern US this week, a snowstorm killing 4 in Minnesota and now snow in the Rockies.

  3. I love trying to talk to people who, as Yuri Bezmenov speaks of; refuse to look at facts, until there is a gun at their head. We all fall into this trap, to greater or lesser degrees. Again I ask y’all, what is the ship that sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic? Hint: the name is under the riveted letters Titanic that have rusted off, It was the uninsurable Olympic. …The Earth is flat. Oswald shot JFK. Why do we all believe the cover-up and lies?
    BECAUSE WE ARE TOLD TO!!! C’MON FOLKS! HEADS OUT OF THE SAND! DROP YOUR BELIEFS! DISCERNMENT! LOOK CLOSER! SACRED COWS ARE BEING SKEWERED!!!!!(…some of mine too, by th’way!) It is not about “having to be right, as one of my friends accuses me of. Or slanted reporting as another says. I am guilty of taking too many red pills! Marx had it right. The single drumbeat from the the media is really powerful! You think what you are told to think. Have a nice day!

  4. Theories and hypotheses in climate science have bound-up the thinking, away from many observations of reality, through the use of computer models. This subset of the ‘Philosophy of Science’ and it’s adherents believe they have the answer to climate, but as Shakespeare said —

    “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. ”

    This ‘Philosophy of Science’ is an attempt to organize the observed universe into a humanly understandable sense, and constrained it in our version of mathematical rigor. Unfortunately the universe is the sort of place that tends to defy the limits of human imaginings of such a stringent organizations.
    I would wager that there are both fewer things and more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in this philosophy, this climate science, regardless of how enchanting the illusion appears.

Comments are closed.