New Video : Democracy Dies In Darkness And Superstition

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5 Responses to New Video : Democracy Dies In Darkness And Superstition

  1. Jeff Jones says:

    A guy in our church was in the Navy at the time of Camille and got stuck in the base barracks alone right on the coast when she hit. Said it was an E-ticket ride!

  2. R. Shearer says:

    It’s amazingly abhorrent that alarmists hope for overwhelming death and destruction. One alarmist troll that comments here said he would laugh if Florence landed as a category 5.

    Fortunately, we can depend on technology powered by fossil fuels to minimize death and destruction through more accurate prediction of storms as well as improving survivability and more rapid recovery after the fact.

    • Anon says:

      R Shearer When you start looking at CAGW with clearer eyes, you start to see patterns where you never saw them before. At least I have been, anyway. There is something DEEPLY PSYCHOLOGICAL going on here, I think.

      Check 5 minutes of this video out:

      Lost Kingdoms of South America – Kingdom of the Desert

      Where a contemporary civilization of the Inca sacrifices 43 young children to try and control the El Nino regulated monsoon.

      Is CAGW just the same thing? Have we really advanced as far as we think we have as human beings? Will archaeologist one day excavate thousands of windmills on the California coast and make an identical hypothesis?

      After seeing that documentary: is climate change just some innate inborn fear rooted in human psychology? If so, then the alarmists are really acting out some deep seated and primitive form of human behavior.

      They say CAGW is a religion… and that may ultimately be what it is.

      • R Shearer says:

        Good questions, interesting video. Perhaps conservation like principles apply to the human psyche – you have to believe in something. It might as well be CAGW for the left as it certainly fits their anti-human narrative.

  3. Klaus Berger says:

    Amazing presentation, Tony!

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