Wow. Â This news is about a week and a half old or so, but have you heard what the Republican Senate candidate Ron Johnson (also celebrated by the Tea Baggers) thinks the source of all of our climate change is in the world?
Johnson thinks that there’s no way that man-made causes are to blame for climate change. Â I mean, after all, he is supported by the party is named after something people do with balls. Â He must be right on. Â Here’s his quote from the Milwaukee Sentinel about the subject:
If you take a look at geologic time, we’ve had huge climate swings. We’re sitting here in Wisconsin. Had it not been for climate swings, we’d be sitting on a two or three hundred foot thick glacier. Man wasn’t around back then. So no, I absolutely do not believe that the science of man-caused climate change is proven. Not by any stretch of the imagination. I think it’s far more likely that it’s just sunspot activity, or something just in the geologic eons of time where we have changes in the climate.
The Middle Ages was an extremely warm period of time, too. It wasn’t like there were tons of cars on the road. So it always strikes me as a little absurd for anybody to think, Okay, this is the sweet spot in geologic time for climate. And it’s such a good place, that we have spent trillions of dollars, and do great harm to our economy, on a fool’s errand. I don’t think we can do anything about controlling what the climate is.
Amazing. I feel so much better about politicians now. The fact that he relates our economy to global climate change just kinda blows my mind. Â If stupidity was a crime, this moron would be doing life in prison.
Here’s a couple of videos that you should watch to get a scoop on this craziness:
Damn. Â If I were the Sun, I’d be horribly offended. Â Seriously now – are we, as a collective population, REALLY stupid enough to be swayed by ridiculance like this? Â Gosh, I sure hope not.