How Long Would It Take

Not by Fire but by Ice

THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!

Updated 19 July 06

   


How long would it take Al Gore 
to make a cup of tea?

 

 

I remember when my Grandma wanted to make a cup of tea, she’d put a
pot of water on the stove. On the stove. Not once, did I see her put that pot
of water beneath the stove.

And never, ever, did I see her put that pot of water on the floor in the den,
then use a fan to blow warm air from the kitchen to the den.

Now, Grandma never owned a swimming pool, but if she had, I think she
would never have tried to heat that pool by building a bonfire beside it, and
then using a fan to blow warm air across it.

But today we’re being told that some farmer driving his tractor in Hastings,
Nebraska, is somehow heating the Arctic Ocean, a quarter of the way around
the globe.

How? How can humans be heating the Arctic Ocean from thousands of miles
away?

If we can’t heat a pot of water from above, if we can’t heat a swimming pool
by blowing warm air across it, how can we be heating the Arctic Ocean from
thousands of miles away? With colder air?

We can’t.

Our oceans are being warmed from below by underwater volcanoes. It’s all
part of a predictable, natural cycle, and it’s leading us into the next ice age.

Now let me ask you again.

Q: How long would it take Al Gore to make a cup of tea?
A: Well …let’s hope he likes iced tea.

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Robert Felix is the author of Not by Fire but by Ice,
in which he maintains that the next ice age could begin any day.
See http://www.iceagenow.com

 

* According to Professor John Christy of the University of Alabama, satellite data
shows that temperatures in the upper atmosphere have been declining for decades.

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For more on Gore, see Gore’s Pathetic Arguments

See also Gore’s Bait and Switch Scam
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