If they were trying to save the planet they'd be capping the damn oil leak. Instead they allow it to get worse. And they spray toxic dispersants all over the place that poisons our water supply and kills our crops; nobody bats an eyelash. If they cared about the environment, they'd stop the mass pollution of our drinking water with sodium fluoride. They'd stop factory farming. They do something about the Texas-sized trash islands in the Pacific ocean. I could go on. The point is, it's not about global warming, it's about global government. It's about putting a price on life. It's about taxing you for breathing. And, ultimately, killing you.
- Steven Goddard
“Steepest slope ever.”
We have been hearing a lot about how the decline in Arctic ice is following the “steepest slope ever.” The point is largely meaningless, but we can have some fun with it. The Bremen Arctic/Antarctic maps are superimposed above, showing that ice in the Antarctic is at a record high and growing at the “steepest slope ever.” You will also note that most of the world’s sea ice is located in the Antarctic. But those are inconvenient truths when trying to frighten people into believing that “the polar ice caps are melting.”
There are several favorite lines of defense when trying to rationalize away the record Antarctic ice.
1. It is the Ozone Hole – which is also the fault of evil, American SUV drivers. That is a nice guilt trip, but sadly the Ozone Hole doesn’t form until August and is gone by December. Strike one.