Tuesday, June 26, 2007

The Sky Continues Its Free Fall

Heavy seas crash into the seawall at northeastern England on Monday. (Owen Humphreys/AP/PA)

The Goracle's psychophants just can't do enough to bring converts over to the new religion of environmental extremism.
Report calls on Europe to move on global warming

Europe must start work now to protect power stations, transport systems and agriculture from flooding, droughts, forest fires and landslides likely to be caused by global warming, according to the draft of a report due out this week.
All acts of God. ROTFLMAO
The draft analysis by the European Commission paints a disturbing picture of the impact of rising temperatures that will scorch the southern Mediterranean, melt Alpine and Scandinavian snows and flood low-lying coastal zones around the Continent.

Such is the scale of the potential problem that the report raises the possibility of "relocating ports, industry and entire cities and villages from low-lying coastal areas and flood plains."

Faced with mounting evidence of rising temperatures, European governments agreed earlier this year to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20 percent of their 1990 levels by 2020.

The president of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, highlighted the need for a new global pact to stem global warming after visiting a Greenland glacier that has become a symbol of climate change.
I wonder if this report will even mention sunspot activity and its effect on Earth's climate?

How about the the censorship of critics and the number of jobs now dependent upon this scare?

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