Another View on Climate

My Own View of Global Warming



You made it here. Wow.

This is the “about this site” page and I’ll probably edit and add to it at some point.

So… why another climate blog?

I have a ton of links to global warming info that I’ve collected and this blog is an experiment in trying to make some order of them. It’s more for me than you, though you’re certainly welcome to add your 2 cents.

You’re not a scientist, what gives you the right to comment on global warming?

Well, beside the fact that that question is silly, there’s the first amendment. Or maybe there’s the lack of your right to comment (if the above is a reasonable statement.) You’re not a scientist so you’re not an expert so not only do you not have the right to comment you don’t have the right to criticize, since by your own definition you know nothing.

Or I could say that once scientists move away from the science and into politics they are fair game, just like any politician.

Or I could point out that most of the CAGW remarks don’t actually have anything to do with the science, so are fair game.

Or I could just reply to that question like this, “Thanks for throwing Gore/Obama/Pachauri under the bus.”

The About Part

While I do have a BS in Biology I don’t claim to be a scientist.

I’m a warming skeptic, which just means that I think everything that comes out of Al Gore’s mouth is pure fantasy and that the IPCC summary policy papers cannot be justified by the science.

Politically I’m pretty conservative and lean libertarian. I’m also a closet tree-hugger and worms eat my garbage (some of it, anyway. They esp. like cantaloupe rinds.)

If you like them (my posts, not the rinds) then great! If you don’t, well, there’s always another place to be.

I live in the US NW and am I worried about where the climate is going? Well, other than the possibility that is might get colder, not in the slightest. I think the suggested mitigation efforts are vastly more dangerous than any warming that we will see. Given the winters here and elsewhere I think that some warming might be a very good thing.


All policies are subject to change without notice. This might become a real policy page someday, but for now…


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One Response to “About”

  1. rogerthesurf said

    I like your analysis:)

    There might be global warming or cooling but the important issue is whether we, as a human race, can do anything about it.

    There are a host of porkies and not very much truth barraging us everyday so its difficult to know what to believe.

    I think I have simplified the issue in an entertaining way on my blog.

    Please feel welcome to visit and leave a comment.



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