The Mark Of A True Religion

No matter what the weather did or does, climate scientists blame it on global warming. Every event in nature is now seen as a sign of global warming.

If it weren’t for CO2, the weather would be different and somehow better.

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7 Responses to The Mark Of A True Religion

  1. Latitude says:

    Glorified weathermen, that keep proving that is all they are, by making even more wrong weather predictions…………….

    • truthsword says:

      To me the weatherman is more honest. The weatherman hears it when he is wrong. The weatherman does not get to get on TV the next day and say, “While I predicted rain, and you all called in and said the sun was shining, we looked at the data and adjusted it, and it did in fact rain yesterday, you are just too stupid to understand it was raining.”

  2. sunsettommy says:

    A religion that needs an ignorant audience,who have no skeptical awareness in them.

    They will slurp up anything,even to the point of dying.

    That is why many religious cults are killer cults.

  3. Haha. I never thought about it like that, but wow, that’s great!

  4. Marl Karx says:

    Amen! Everything else is better than a bourgeoise climate… weather or whatever!!!

    /BR Prof. Marl Karx, Social Science Centre for Climate Justice and Reordering of Society

  5. PhilJourdan says:

    I have been saying it since they started changing the name. Once everything is explained by it, then nothing – scientifically – is explained by it. But religion? Different set of rules.

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    Our climate was perfect before indusrialization, like when there were mile high glaciers down to modern day Chicago and New York City.

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