Yo-Yo’s In Washington DC

Barack Obama believes that a harmless trace gas caused the Syrian conflict, which makes him even stupider than previous Muslim leaders.


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11 Responses to Yo-Yo’s In Washington DC

  1. ozspeaksup says:

    no sillier than co2 being blamed:-)

  2. emsnews says:

    Great find! Hilarious. Let’s ban yo yos here in the US before California shrivels up!

  3. Andy DC says:

    Both beliefs have about the same basis in science. But at least the Prime Minister did not pay billions for so-called “research” to back his predetermined conclusion.

  4. emsnews says:

    When I was a child my father had a boat named ‘Yo Yo.’ It sank in Mexico. Must be due to it causing global warming too much.

  5. Moors710 says:

    I will give up listening to Washington and all the global warming (except for that caused by the Sun) will go away.

  6. James says:

    The current warming cycle began about 22,000 years ago and has continued with fits and starts ever since. The question is not whether humans started the warming (they didn’t), rather the question is to what degree humans may or may not be contributing to the rate of warming. This bit of nuance gives lots of opportunity for sloppy scientists and GW enthusiasts to mischaracterize the science, especially as regards cause and effect. What may be a more legitimate concern is losing sight of the undisputed environmental problems drowned-out by all the GW noise. Nuclear waste reprocessing/disposal/clean-up, habitat protection, waste water treatment, soil conservation, reforestation, etc., are much better targets for our stewardship concerns and investment.

  7. Anthony S says:

    Btw, Vendicar Decarian in the comments of the previous post is a big climate troll from phys.org.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Pretty darn ineffectual because of his blatant ignorance of basically everything. !

    • Frank K. says:

      Wow! 453 comments as of today! Good to see the increased traffic. I hope many of the visitors take to time to read some of the material Tony links to here.

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