Selected Pete

And the Gods of the Copybook Headings limped up to explain it once more.

Prehistoric Kyoto Treaty Saves Mankind!

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MSNBC – Arctic Ocean was once downright balmy

So….The arctic ocean was once “balmy” millions of years ago when there were no cars, no Humvees and no factories? There was also three to six times the amount of CO2 we have today??? Well then, there can be no doubt that implementation of a massive prehistoric Kyoto treaty must have been the cause of everything righting itself and going back to normal again.

“Although the scientists don’t know why it was so warm, they suspect it may have been due to high concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas blamed for contributing to current global warming. In a commentary in the journal, Christopher Poulsen of the University of Michigan, said the levels of carbon dioxide were probably three to six times what they are today, which contributed to a “super-greenhouse climate.”

Cavemen everywhere must have created primitive committees to stem the rise of plant and dinosaur emissions. Prehistoric actors must have touted the wonders of liberal pre-cambrian climate-control theories and scientists. I can just see the graphs and charts etched into the cave walls as cro-magnon men huddled and pontificated late into the evening about how to keep the icebergs frozen at the polar caps.

Gee, Wally – Things aren’t so bad after all – we’ll just do what those cave-dwellers did way back when, and we can all rest assured that we won’t drown in our sleep from melting icebergs.


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December 16, 2004 at 6:50 am

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