Liberals are so detached from reality that they often forget the real problems that we as a society are facing.
For some liberals, global warming is one of the biggest issues of our time and they truly believe that it is more important that solving war, poverty, and other major issues.
A recent “New York Times” series argued that the world will likely be wiped out by a giant flood, not by war, terrorism, or other factors.
Conservative Tribune reports:
A team of journalists from The Times joined researchers in Antarctica to get a firsthand look at the frozen continent, and while they certainly brought back incredible photos, videos and illustrations, they also returned with an urgency regarding their fear that “Antarctica’s ice sheet may have entered the early stages of an unstoppable disintegration.”
Though the entire three-part article was filled with qualifying statements and the scientists themselves freely admitted that they really didn’t know everything about what is happening and were unable to make accurate projections into the future, they nevertheless raised the alarm that human-produced greenhouse gases were heating the waters of the globe such that Antarctica was rapidly melting.
The writers did give a nod to history in noting that the ice sheet has both melted and grown over time, and mentioned the prevalence of flood stories in ancient times, including the story of Noah’s Ark in the Bible and the Sumerian’s Epic of Gilgamesh, to suggest that a melting Antarctica has caused global flooding before — which sort of makes one wonder how “greenhouse gasses” have anything to do with such a phenomena.
While their attempt was noble, recent studies have shown that Antarctica’s ice sheets are actually growing in some areas and that the majority of the melting has been caused by volcanoes in the area, not by humans.
The fact that liberals will ignore very real problems, like child labor in the third world, poverty at home, or war around the globe, shows how detached from reality they are.
Saving the environment isn’t a bad thing, but it is when it makes the United States appear weak and costs hardworking Americans their jobs.
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