Sunday, June 15, 2008
Here Comes The Sun
Apparently sunspots, or the lack thereof, have a bigger effect on the Earth's climate than even mankind. I say even mankind because, with the man-made global warming hypothesis, "it's all about us" -- we are both the destroyers and the saviors of the Earth.
Right now, sunspot activity is very low, and this is having a chilling effect on the Earth's temperature.
Maybe, just maybe, the universe is bigger than we are, and there are forces at work that make man's dent in the cosmos very small indeed.
I wonder Who controls sunspots? Does He have a name? Is he knowable? Has He revealed Himself to us through any means?
And that's the way the Sunday morning Ball bounces.
"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"