Saturday, April 05, 2008

I would call for a boycott if I thought we'd have any material left

The governments of 113 countries, including our own, agree that the observed rise in global temperatures is "unequivocal."

The Los Altos Town Crier, though, not so much:

There may not be consensus that Earth’s atmosphere is warming, but that’s not keeping governments, groups and individuals from taking decisive action to assess their energy consumption and adopt sustainable strategies in conservation for the future of the planet.

As Earth Day, April 22, approaches, event coordinators are encouraging citizens to deluge Congress with phone calls on that day, insisting that lawmakers enact legislation promoting renewable energy and carbon-neutral buildings and calling for a moratorium on new coal-burning plants.

I don't believe Hell exists, but if it does, I can only imagine there's a special circle reserved for these people.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is outrageous. No global consensus that the earth is heating up? Try every respectable scientist and pretty much everyone else except george w bush and apparently the shameless folks at the Town Crier.

Anonymous said...

The Town Crier sucks.

Koland said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Koland said...

Another thing the Town Crier has in common with Rocker.