Saturday, December 22, 2007

Ten Sensible Questions

At the Human Events website, Pat Sajack (yes, of "Wheel of Fortune" fame) writes an excellent piece in which he asks ten questions about global warming. These are questions that we should insist on answers to before we allow the trashing of the world as we know it by politicians and environmentalist extremists. The article is titled "Manmade Global Warming: 10 Questions".

Here are the ten questions:

1. What is the perfect temperature?

2. Just what is the average temperature of the earth?

3. What factors have led to global warming in the past, and how do we know they aren’t the causes of the current warming trend?

4. Why is there such a strong effort to stifle discussion and dissent?

5. Why are there such dramatically different warnings about the effects of man-made global warming?

6. Are there potential benefits to global warming?

7. Should such drastic changes in public policy be based on a “what if?” proposition?

8. What will be the impact on the people of the world if we change the way we live based on man-made global warming concerns?

9. How will we measure our successes?

10. How has this movement gained such momentum?

Good questions, aren't they? Mr. Sajak offers a few comments on each question. When I was at the site, there were 102 comments by readers, so there is lots of good reading on this topic for you to enjoy.

Thanks to my friend JR for bringing this piece to my attention. I hope all of you will give this some thought!

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