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How the African Congo caused “Global Warming”.

Posted on August 14, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: |

We’ve all heard the theory that the earth is warming up.
But, what is this theory based on?
What is meant by “Global Warming”?

Here is what we know:
The “average” of all the temperatures collected from around the world are just a tab bit higher now than they were in the 1800’s.
Hmmmm, ok. So what does that mean?
Does it mean that the average temperature on earth has in fact increased by that small amount in the past 100-150 years?
Or, does it mean something else?
What else could it be?
The theory states that the “average” temperature from ALL of the meterological sites from around the world, when added together and “averaged”, is higher now than 150 years ago.

Let’s look at this another way.
If you have a classroom of 30 mediocre students (ie, public school), and you average all of their test scores, you would arrive at an “average” for those students.
If you then bring in an additional 10 students who all score much higher than average on their tests, what does this do to the overall average?
You would be correct if you said the overall average would increase.
Now I ask you, did the “average” of the original 30 students change?
Are the original 30 students somehow smarter now that the smart kids’ scores have been factored in?
Of course not. The “overall” NEW “average” is just a bit higher, that’s all. The original 30 kids are still….mediocre.

Now let’s return back to planet earth.
Back in the 1800’s WHERE did humans have meterological stations?
More importantly, where did we NOT have these stations?
Of course North American, Europe, northern Asia (ie, Russia), Japan, India, China, Australia, etc, had meterological stations. But doesn’t that leave a LOT of places without?
Let’s look at where we did NOT have many stations.
Central and South American, large parts of Africa, most of southeast Asia, and most of the Middle East. Basically, some of the warmest regions on our planet.

So, 150-200 years ago we were not recording temperatures in the hottest regions of our planet. But now we are.
Hmmm, go back to the grade school example again. What happened when we added those 10 smart kids to the mix?? The overall average went up, but the orignal 30 students did NOT get smarter.
Now, jump back to planet earth. What do you think is going to happen to the “average” temperature when we add in the HOTTEST FRICKEN PLACES ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH??

Basically, adding in lots of hot places like the Congo is the cause of the slight increase in the AVERAGE global temperature.  All the rest of us mediocre climate places are still…..mediocre.

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Strait of Hormuz II

Posted on August 4, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

Strait of Hormuz - Plan B

Strait of Hormuz - Plan B

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the TAXANS are coming !

Posted on August 4, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , |

the TAXANS are coming !

the TAXANS are coming !

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Not like me!!

Posted on August 1, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , |

Not like me........

Not like me........

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