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Thursday, January 04, 2007

Official Explanations I Do Not Believe

That Oswald assassinated President Kennedy by himself and shot Kennedy and Governor Connally with one single, magic bullet.

That President Clinton knew nothing about Janet Reno’s order that resulted in the massacre of 26 children at Waco, Texas.

That Flight 800 was brought down by a spark in the fuel tank instead of by a missile that most of the witnesses saw.

That the Oklahoma City bombing was carried out by Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols with no help by foreign terrorists – contradicting eye witness accounts and crediting the two of them with constructing a huge and complex bomb.

That Sandy Berger, President Clinton’s National Security Advisor, removed classified documents by accident. “Mr. Berger pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges for stealing five copies of one of the nation's most highly classified terrorism documents. The document, an "after-action" memo on the millennium 2000 terror plot authored by terrorism expert Richard Clarke, is so highly classified that any person removing it from secure rooms must do so in a case handcuffed to his or her wrist. Mr. Berger stuffed the five copies in his coat jacket and secreted them out of the archives. He proceeded to cut three of them to pieces with scissors at his downtown offices. Archive officials observed Mr. Berger stealing the documents and reported it to their superiors.” Washington Times

That this particular global warming cycle, out of all those warming and cooling cycles that have gone on before, is greatly influenced by man’s activities, and that Greenland was covered with green ice when it was named by the Vikings.

That the accumulation of a long series of slight changes, occurring at random, can lead to new species or even to new morphological structures.

That there is something wrong with helping a rational, dying person who is in agony to a peaceful end.

That there is something right about killing an unborn baby.

That there is something wrong with executing a person who sexually molests a young child – an act that invariably leads to a life of agony for the child and misery for most of his or her loved ones.

That sending Elian Gonzalez by force back to Cuba was the right thing to do.

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At 9:32 AM, Anonymous steve said...

You are normally such a rational and logical person. I cannot fathom why you continue to deny the mankind contibution of warming when nearly every rational scientist believes that there is significant contribution.

The warming cycles that occurred previous did not have the co2 and massive deforestation that we have now.

Greenland was not named for green ice. It was probably named to try to attract more settlers. Also, greenland did have and still does have vast green areas in warm weather.

 
At 6:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Arctic, according to the International Arctic Research Center, was warmer during the 1930s than today and both the journals Science and Nature have published studies recently finding – on balance – Antarctica is both cooling and gaining ice.”

More than 75% of scientists do not believe Al Gore's theory on global
warming.
In an NPR interview with a knowledgable scientist, the scientist explained the current warming trends (similar to the
period between 950 and 1300 AD)and when the NPR reporter stated, "Can you include in your statement that
the current warming trend is caused by man." With that said the scientist walked out of the interview...he refused to state
such nonsense.

Norm
ps: the 75% figure is quite accurate!

 
At 5:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can you believe that 2 planes brought down 3 building in NYC? In perfect controlled demo style.

 

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