Blog Action Day 2009: Climate Change

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Today is Blog Action Day 2009. The topic this year is climate change. The most talked about in this area may be global warming. Global warming is here to stay. The question becomes – What are we going to do about it?

Global warming is here, but not necessarily in a literal sense. It exists as an assertion both politically and socially. Recently, Al Gore was asked some inconvenient questions at the Society of Environmental Journalists conference. The British High Court found many errors in Gore’s film and the journalist began asking about those errors until his microphone was turned off.

One of the solutions is an open and honest dialogue without the actions that took place at this conference. The main stream does not even consider sites like Global Warming Hoax or GlobalWarming.org. Instead, Al Gore gets a Nobel Peace prize and the press coverage to push his agenda. It is awfully hard to not call it an agenda when a politician gets his say, turns off microphones to his questioners and recent studies cited from the journal of Geophysical Research Letters get little to no coverage.

A 30-year minimum Antarctic snowmelt record occurred during austral summer 2008–2009 according to spaceborne microwave observations for 1980–2009.

As a Christian, I believe the earth will continue to deteriorate until Christ comes again and brings in the new heaven and new earth. However, this does not diminish responsibility for the world which God has given man dominion over. The disagreement lies with out this is worked out.

The Cornwall Alliance is an organization that offers a more balanced and biblical approach to climate change. Like many issues both sides (the other side) need a better hearing. The proposed solution of government as the solution to alleged global warming may be the easy answer, but not necessarily the right one. It is not clear why so many find comfort in trying to decrease the carbon footprint while increasing Uncle Sam’s. It is a wonder if Al Gore’s carbon footprint has decreased to the point that he calls others’ to since his attempt to fight global warming started.

Thankfully, there are other movements to promote the other side of the debate. One such movement is in the upcoming movie of this trailer promo for the Not Evil Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria. Also, more information is available in the press kit.

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1 Jason Smathers October 15, 2009 at 11:49 pm

We know the seasons will continue until Christ returns. I discussed this a bit in response to
MSNBC reporting of a possible asteroid collision with Earth.

Blessings,
Jason

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