Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Eloquence of the AGW Climate Change Movement


One of the reasons I switched from being an AGW Denier to an ardent Believer is because we AGW Believers have better arguments. We simply overwhelm the skinny-kneed, lily-livered AGW deniers with the impressive weight of scientific argument. Our arguments are like a heavy load we dump on them.

In the latest
example, climate enthusiasts in the U.K. dumped six bags of horse manure on the drive and front lawn of a British climate skeptic. If that doesn't bring him 'round to our way of thinking, what will, I mean, it's an irrefutable argument.

Quoting one of my fellow-Believers, ""I think it is very selfish of him not to take responsibility for climate emissions".

It wasn't entirely clear whether she was referring to the skeptic or the horse.

And that's the way the neigh-saying Ball bounces.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting how the believers - when faced with legitimate questions - resort to tactics such as this. They can't stand being disagreed with. They either resort to name calling, dumping manure or creating things like the 10-10 video. I don't see the sceptics resorting to this behaviour.

RkBall said...

I wonder to what extent this is a left vs. right issue. I find the left generally less-well behaved when they don't get their way -- and demanding of strict conformity when they do.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"