Understanding Climate

The climate is controlled by forces vastly greater than those available to humans. But some humans are incapable of accepting the fact the universe doesn’t revolve around us. Climate alarmists are the same genre of people who couldn’t accept the fact that Earth is not the center of the universe.

The only reason we exist and function every day, is because of God’s grace.

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36 Responses to Understanding Climate

  1. gator69 says:

    Written in 1772 by a former slave trader, who found God and and became an abolitionist.

  2. Bleakhouses says:

    Funny that they blame man for the largest most uncontrollable force in our world but they blame a lump of metal and plastic for the basest of human activities.

  3. Rob says:

    I am of the opinion people who believe in there being a god are just as “kooky” as the climate change followers and just as some humans may be incapable of accepting the universe doesn’t revolve around them, some humans seem to be incapable of accepting they aren’t some special species chosen by a deity. The two mentalities are actually incredibly similar.

    I could go on and on about why I feel this is so yet this isn’t a site about religion so I shall not do that. Plus, I gather I am in the minority of those who comment at this site when it comes to this and their mind is set on their beliefs no matter what so what would be the point.

    • Arn says:

      I’m neither religious nor atheist,
      but i never had a problem because of that on this site,
      why should you?

      I can understand both sides, those who believe in something superspecial they can not prove
      and those who think that a very fragile supercomplex selfbuilding selfregulating & selfimproving machine,made out of 5 quintillion parts(i hope i got the number right in englisch)like the human body
      can exist out of pure coiincidence.

    • Steve Case says:

      Religion, agnosticism, aetheism and miltant aetheism.

      The last entry in that list describes a huge percent of those on the left.

    • Gator says:

      I could go on and on about why I feel this is so yet this isn’t a site about religion so I shall not do that.

      Rob, you constantly make bigoted comments about the religious. I think it’s kooky to believe that all that surrounds us is just a series of happy accidents. On top of that, atheism has been ruled a religion by United States Court of Appeals (Seventh Circuit), as it dictates a certain way of life and philosophy. Atheists reject a creator, and replace it with a belief in random chance.

      • Rah says:

        Rob is a far greater proponent for his religion than any of us here who believe in the Lord are evangelicals. He just doesn’t appear to realise that. He consistently preaches more than anyone else here on what he perceives are the failings of all Faith’s, other than his own, than any other poster here.

      • RW says:

        This is the first post of his that I’ve read on the topic of religious belief.

        Didn’t strike me as deserving the bigoted red card though. Misplaced perhaps.

        Paraphrasing…

        Tony: Alarmists reveal a deep rooted hubris and a species centric narcisism analogous to those who believed the sun revolved around the earth.

        Rob: Alarmists can be as dogmatic about their belief as religious zealots.

        • gator69 says:

          RW, as you stated, this is your first brush with Rob’s bigotry, but not mine, I have seen this ugliness from Rob too many times here already. That’s why I stated, “Rob, you constantly make bigoted comments about the religious”.

          Rob’s red cards followed several yellow cards.

    • GW Smith says:

      So, your big gripe is there is no god? And you need to save the world by announcing this?

      • TimA says:

        Atheists want to save the world from this……the world would be a better place by people giving up their “primitive” beliefs. I think their world would be complete anarchy, but I guess we would completely destroy all life on the planet and the earth would be safe…..priorities?

    • tonyheller says:

      Stupid opinions don’t change reality.

      • TimA says:

        Back to your original statement on God’s grace….the whole of our planet and humanity depend on it. There are those who are filled with awe and gratitude and those that have a reflex against Him and His ways….the sheep on the right and the goats on the left….
        The wheat and the tare(orist)s

        • Fred Streeter says:

          Hey, look what happens to Wheat and what happens to Tares.

          Which is preferable, being threshed, winnowed, ground, pummelled into dough, baked, eaten, and turned into fertilizer, or quickly turned into ashes?

          ;)

          • TimA says:

            Well….the wheat is gathered into the heavenly storehouse and the tares are burned in hell fire.

    • AZ1971 says:

      I am of the opinion people who believe in there being a god are just as “kooky” as the climate change followers

      You’re equally entitled to your own beliefs and I doubt anyone is going to try to convince you otherwise. However, given the immense complexity of life on this planet and why the question of how spontaneous generation (re: life) can occur having never been explained—or equally telling, never scientifically tested—then, from the scientific perspective, all that’s needed is to calculate the odds that in the vastness of space such an incredible diversity of life exists purely by random chance.

      It is not merely the potential of habitable planets but actual existence of diverse life on them that is the ultimate search. Some will choose to believe that we just need more time to continue the search, while others will choose to believe that our existence has a different meaning and purpose beyond the linear and logical.

      • Kris Johanson says:

        you mentioned the odds… There isn’t enough matter in the universe, or milliseconds in 15 billion years, to assemble even one useful protein with 80 amino acids (a pretty small protein) even if all the matter was in a peanut butter jar under ideal conditions

        In the meantime you have nanomachine-turbine generators with 30 or 40 protein subassemblies which turn 7000 RPM and have a rotor, stator, driveshaft, cams, mounting brackets, and are powered by a proton gradient built-up from light energy (in plants) or from burning glucose (in animals)

        Granted, this doesn’t say ‘who’ god is, but it demonstrates god’s ‘eternal power and divine nature’

        • Kris Johanson says:

          paragraph 1 should say “randomly assemble”

        • RW says:

          Do you mean not enough time for ‘chance’ to assemble that sort of stuff?

          But perhaps the smallest known prion is less than 80 amino acids. It is also possible that the smallest reproducible ‘thing’ simply does not exist anymore as it has evolved into more complex ‘things’. Chance might still have resulted in the simplest replicable ‘thing’, no?

    • Mark Fife says:

      You can count me in as one of those people who thinks believing in God is not really a rational thing. Even less rational is choosing one God, in this case the God of the Bible, from many to believe in. Yet, that is exactly who I believe in. I do not do so as a hedge against what if’s or as a it can’t hurt to be wrong kind of idea. Nor will I proffer some pseudo intellectual argument in an attempt to prove the un provable. I believe because I choose to do so based upon those proofs and validations which are in fact mine and mine alone. Ultimately it is a matter of choice and a matter of faith. I don’t presume to know all there is to know. I don’t presume to have facts on my side. I simply choose to believe. That is all. Which is exactly what I think God intended when he created us as independent creatures possessing free will and the right of self determination. My choice is mine, your choice is yours.

      However, I believe deception and lies rob people of their free will. Freedom and self determination depend heavily upon truth and upon the intelligence and understanding of individuals. The global warming myth is deception and lies.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      “I could go on and on about why I feel …”

      There you go again about your feelings.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “I could go on and on about why I feel this”

      You sound like you have been to see a far-left psychiatrist.

      Please don’t let any of our comments “trigger” you.

      I would FEEEEEEEL so bad if that happened. :-)

  4. Getting back to climate, remember the freon ban? The Southern hemisphere with 1/9th the humans had and still has thinner ozone over constantly erupting volcano. The replacement requires higher pressure, and since the ban I’ve been replacing car and building air conditioners. These new units that use gas salable only under duress do not work so well, and the ozone layer looks the same as before over both the populated and relatively unpopulated hemispheres. Is it possible that this global warming data fraud is an attempt by the political parties that banned functional freon to cover up that mistake and induce us to blame nature, CO2, water vapor, but not The Political State for AC failures?

    • Steve Case says:

      Yeah, the ozone hole and acid rain – the left pretty well won the two, Climate Change/Global Warming is an attempt to win the trifecta.

  5. AndyG55 says:

    Ian Plimer understands climate science…

    ENJOY ! :-)

    ” A fallacy, based on FRAUD, promoted by FOOLS”

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/ian-plimer-on-the-great-climate-con/news-story/e8838a0575ff2217d4eab23ccb9d8c45

  6. Chewer says:

    Mother Nature / God of the King James era, do play some spectacular jokes upon the natural world, mankind included.
    These natural aspects of life manifest themselves as The Right, The Left, the tall, the short, the individual and the collective and for those that wish to join or those that are forced.

    Like all species, we have differences, simply for survival of the species.
    Mother Nature’s memory does not offer consolences, acceptance or understanding between her creations, and if we continue to miss the obvious, then Mother Nature wins, again.

  7. Larry Geiger says:

    Climate is not temperature. Climate is not rainfall. Climate is the sum of a large number of physical features of the planet at a particular point on the planet. Climate varies across the globe in many interesting ways. The climate in the middle of the pacific ocean is not the same as the climate in Paris. The climate in North Dakota thousands of years ago when it was under a mile of ice was not the same as the climate in the Congo at the equator. Focusing on supposed global temperatures will never result in understanding what’s going on.

  8. Organic Fool says:

    The reason Lefties are making such noise these days is because people’s minds are being set free to Truth about many things, like real food, real health, real science. This worries them, like Pharoah and Moses, “let my people go”. The age-old story of Babylon and Egypt and slavery. Both “Parties” are party to the Babylonian system.

  9. RAH says:

    Here we go again. ‘Nate’ is a hurricane and is going to strike the central Gulf coast near New Orleans this evening. Man this storm is moving quickly. This is one of those storms where the track is not so much the question but how much it can strengthen before landfall is a big question. My guess is that NOAA will say it is a strong Cat 2 at landfall. Conditions for strengthening are excellent so the only limiting factor is the relatively short time before it reaches the coast.

    Because of the strong winds out of the SSE steering and driving the storm along so quickly the wind speeds will be enhanced on the eastern side of the storm and those in all other quadrants, and especially the west will be reduced.

    Though right now the NHC track has the core coming ashore just east of New Orleans I suspect it will shift a little bit back west again and would not be surprised if the Big Easy was on the wrong side of the storm when it comes ashore. But that is just the guess of this truck driver.

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