Gut Rumbles
 

December 28, 2003

a flash of brilliance

I received this missive in my email today. I take it VERY seriously, because it was written by a very dangerous person. He may be a fucktard, but he doesn't believe that he is, and that kind of person is dangerous.

"New Zealand has made recommendations for residents there to modify behaviors that have an impact on climate change.

Did they check with you first?"

No, they didn't, and that's a damn good thing. I have followed the politics of New Zealand for a while now, and I believe that the country is competing seriously with California to become the certified nut-bowl of the world. The Maiori should have kept it for themselves. At least they didn't mind cutting down a few trees.

"The propose that without (or even with at this late stage) the following are possible :

* Earth's temperature is predicted to rise by between 1.4degC and 5.8degC over the next 100 years -- faster than at any time over the past 10,000 years."

I call that a wild-assed guess that has NO ABSOLUTE SCIENCE to back it up. I also call it a very imprecise "prediction." I'll play dice with anyone who allows me to bet on that kind of scale.

" Rainfall patterns are likely to become more sporadic."

Aren't rainfall patterns ALWAYS sporadic? WTF?

" Sea levels will rise between 9cm and 88cm by 2100, and may threaten low-lying countries such as some Pacific Islands. Sea levels will continue to rise for centuries after greenhouse gas concentrations have stabilised.

* The impact of global warming may be particularly harmful for countries like New Zealand that are 'climate dependent'."

Well, if rising sea levels drown your dumb ass, the world will be a better place.

" Possible environmental impacts include drier conditions in the east, wetter conditions and flooding in the west, pressure on some native ecosystems,
biosecurity risks, possible water shortages, rising sea levels in some places and more sub tropical pest and disease problems."

Okay. I see the potential disaster here. We have dryer plus wetter, flooding plus drought, water shortages while we flood, and a danger to "native ecosystems." Got-dam! PREACH ON, BROTHER, you fucking Druid.

" Economic impacts may include some crops disappearing, other threats include the introduction of new pests and diseases -- mosquitoes, dengue fever
-- and dealing with the effects of climate extremes (drought, flooding and erosion)."

That sentence would gain an automatic "F" grade in freshman English class where I attended college. Grammar means following a few simple rules, asswipe. That's all I'm going to say about the brilliance displayed therein.

" Changes in temperature may threaten native plants and animals."

If they can't adapt to a changing world, they should perish. That's how Mother Nature does business.

Now, here come my favorite part:

"I know from covering the environmental news beat that in some parts of the world some of these things have already been observed."

I already know that you can't write, which is why you were assigned the environmental beat, but I'll cut you some slack just for being so Got-dam sanctimonious. NAME ONE! That's all I ask. And don't give me that Tuvelo shit that you environmental butt-wipes hold up all the time. The Pacific Ocean isn't rising; Tuvelo is SINKING because the citizens there are digging their island right out from under themselves.

Get your facts straight before you bitch at me.

"If you were to want to do the right thing, you could advise your readers that absolute, blockheaded rejection of any notion of climate change is not only
foolish but, as you so quaintly put it, 'FUCKTARDED."

BWA-HA-HA-HA!"

Well, stupid is as stupid does. Take a good look in the mirror and tell me what YOU see, fucktard.

"But, please don't link to me. Your readers are rude, stupid and boring. One jerk has been filling my comments with childish nonsense. Where do you find these people?"

How do you find your ass with both hands, you blithering idiot? There isn't a goddam thing you wrote in that email that you can prove or even re-enforce with science. It's all a bunch of myth and bullshit swallowed by gullible fucktards such as yourself. I'll wager that you actually DO cover "the environmental news beat." You're the kind of witless drone who writes (poorly) on those stories.

Do me a favor. Stay in New Zealand and get the fuck off my blog.

And don't worry. I ain't giving you a link, you moon-barking asshat.


Comments

Interesting. While human intervention may have accelerated things a bit, I agree with you Rob that the plants and animals will adapt or die.

Good ol' Mother Earth will survive anything we little humans can throw at it. The short term effects will seem devistating, but we humans are but a grain of sand in the hour-glass of the Earth. What damage we've done or will do will be undone with or without us.

Does this give us the right to act irresponsibly? No, but we don't have to throw away all technology and return to the Earth as a few fantics would have us do.

A couple of your arguements lacked substance, but your over all message is more reasonable that your Kiwi friend there.

Posted by: Marc on December 28, 2003 11:36 AM

My favorite is dummy's assertion that New Zealand is "climate dependant." As opposed to all those other countries that are located on space-stations orbiting the earth. Asswad.

Posted by: Andrea Harris on December 28, 2003 11:39 AM

Marc: I had Argumentation, Discussion and Debate in college also, and you have decided to take on Acidman with the well-known tactic of "damning with faint praise". It doesn't work in this case, because you have made the same assumptions as the NZ asshat.

"The short term effects will seem devistating (sic)." No they won't, because they aren't happening and they aren't reliably predicted to happen so why do you believe that enviro drivel in the first place?

"What damage we've done or will do will be undone with or without us." Another assumption: that "damage" has happened. Your shrugging it off with the philosophical "che sera, sera" doesn't hide the fact that you believe we've "damaged" the planet. We haven't.

"Does this give us the right to act irresponsibly? No..." Marc, you just tried to sneak in another enviro condemnation of man's practices there. Doesn't fly. No proof that anything man has done is "damaging".

"A couple of your arguments lacked substance..." I don't think Acidman made any arguement. He quickly and accurately defeated the claims of the asshat, but he has advanced no cause except his demand that real science be used to evaluate these environmental damage claims.

We should all be making that same demand, Marc, because all the advances of mankind have been made by following logical thinking patterns. In the realm of science, the only logical thinking pattern is the Scientific Method, a long established and accepted way of measuring the truth and logic of a science-based theory. The environmental "scientists" of today have perverted the Scientific Method to their own ends, and refuse to follow it in most cases. The claims that they present are NOT scientific, for the most part, and cannot be accepted as such no matter how much emotion is improperly placed into the equations.

Posted by: Rivrdog on December 28, 2003 12:11 PM

Perhaps the first deluge of email from your readership wasn't enough to disuade the nitwit from corresponding with you further...give us the link....Please?

Posted by: Willie G on December 28, 2003 12:54 PM

Every single thing written by that twit is conjecture based on junk (or no) science.

e.g.: A typical eco-tard argument.

The sky isn't falling, chicken little, so much as you'd apparently like it to so you can go back to living in a grass hut and die by the time you're 40.

Posted by: Mr. Lion on December 28, 2003 01:33 PM

Last I checked, human beings are part of this ole globe, so contrary to those who, in a religious zealotry that ancient Christians or Muslims would envy, we h-sapiens are the dominant species.

If Mom Nature decides we need to go, a la the dino's and dodo's, she will certainly arrange to make that happen.

In the meantime, Chicken Little's whose hats will not withstand the falling of the sky, ought to dig an underground shelter and quit pestering the rest of us.

Their posturing tends to get a bit tedious, and boring. Worst of all, they are never right.

Their ilk believed in the 70's that we would be in a world-wide famine by now. Perhaps in backwards socialist states that parallel the eco-freak philosophy, but this afternoon I am going to do steaks and brew and drive my Jeep and pet mah dawgs and toast all those who continue to shout that "the sky is falling"--because that is a sure and certain sign . . .

That the sky is still up.

LMAO.

Gut--tell the dude in NZ to go do something useful--like piss on a scarecrow!

jb

Posted by: jb on December 28, 2003 01:42 PM

Aicdman, I think your "Bull Shit Meter" has failed. That e-mail was an end run around your ass, Acidman, just to get a link.

"But, please don't link with me. Your readers are rude, stupid and boring. One jerk has been filling my comments with childish nonsense. Where do you find these people?"

Please, try to fix your "Bull Shit Meter."

Posted by: Ms Anna on December 28, 2003 03:07 PM

Well, if I were one of those "true believers" in global warming, I'd go fire up the SUV in order to drown New Zealand. As it is, I'll go watch Dogma.

Posted by: SwampWoman on December 28, 2003 04:29 PM

I agree with Ms Anna. Someone was looking to you for a traffic boost. Sounds to me like it was probably some kid with a website that nobody visits. I wouldn't have even posted the e-mail.

Posted by: Sam on December 28, 2003 06:09 PM

My apologies from NZ...Unfortunately this country is full of such moonbats, and we have the most Marxist government in our history. Also with a population of about 3.5million, 1 million are on welfare of some sort. I look forward to the implosion which will inevitably come.

Posted by: Ruth on December 28, 2003 08:56 PM

One of the most amazing feats of nature is how the water meets the land exactly at the coastline. I mean, what are the odds? It's horrible that that's now in the balance, and soon there may be a gap or overlap there instead.

Posted by: Ron Hardin on December 29, 2003 12:56 AM

Well said RIVRDOG. Though it wasn't my intention to be 'damning', you are right that I don't agree with Rob, nor do I agree with the New Zealander. I'm in the middle, leaning towards Robs position.

I agree that most of these enviro-scientists are taking very wild and dubious claims based on very little to no good science. This is why I said the Earth would survive anything we could possibly dish out to it.

The open pit mines and nuclear waste are terrible to eco-people, but to the Earth they are but scratches and pimples. They'll heal.

That said I also think its foolish to turn a blind eye to what we are doing. We may not damage the Earth, but we can damage ourselves. While I don''t think we are going to melt the icecaps or anything quite like that, poluting our drinking water with pesticides and other similar things is much more immediate and damning to us as humans.

However, that really wasn't the arguement that the New Zealander was making so I should have clarified my position to start with.

And again your keen wit and eye is quite a nice change. Your responce was intelegent and to the point without being inflamitory. You must have done well in debate.

Posted by: Marc on December 29, 2003 07:35 AM

Ah, yes. New Zealand -- land where there was a movement to tax farmers for bovine flatulence contributing to the hole in the ozone layer. Really. If the tree-huggers there weren't so scary, they'd almost be funny.

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