Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Dave and Blarney Discuss the Weather

Dave: Hi, Blarney. What are you up to?

Blarney: Hi, Dave. I’m heading to a protest march about high gas prices.

Dave: I thought you wanted gas prices to be higher.

Blarney: Whatever gave you that idea?

Dave: Don’t you want to reduce man-made carbon emissions?

Blarney: Absolutely. We need to do everything we can to reduce man’s impact on Global Warming.

Dave: Well, don’t high gas prices force people to drive less and therefore emit less carbon from their autos?

Blarney: Well, yes. But it’s all Bush’s fault.

Dave: The high gas prices or the fact that people drive?

Blarney: Yes. Bush should have ratified Kyoto.

Dave: And that would have lowered gas prices?

Blarney: Well, no. But it would have averted catastrophic man-made global warming like we have now.

Dave: You do know that the globe has not warmed since 1998, right? In fact, April 2008 was the coldest April in a long time.

Blarney: Well, experts say that is only a temporary lull.

Dave: But don’t you believe that the primary factor in global warming is enhanced C02 emissions? What is causing the lull?

Blarney: I, uh …

3 comments:

Hawkeye® said...

Hey Rick. Funny guys, Dave and Blarney. Short, sweet & insightful.

And what caused that 30-year decline in temps between the 1940's and the 1970's when scientists were warning about a coming Ice Age? Wasn't CO2 being pumped into the atmosphere then?

(:D) Best regards...

Pat'sRick© said...

Yes, it was. Guess what?
The oceans pump more CO2 into the atmosphere than man does. And don't get me started on the Rain Forests!

Pat'sRick© said...

And have you heard about the study in Europe that says Germany is now warmer than it would have been --- wait --- because of clean air?