I have long been a tree-hugging industrialist. Oxymoron (self-contradictory term)? Hardly. I love good work handsomely rewarded and I love nature protected from abuse.
Perhaps that’s why I loved Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth, when it first came out. And perhaps that’s why I despise the film now. On first glance, Gore’s film has a lot going for it. For one thing, it has the word “truth” in the title. Oops! I should’ve known that politicians are really salesmen in sleazier clothing. The film is chock full of distortions, half-truths and downright lies. That’s pretty standard for a politician.
When I discovered that conspiracies are dirt ordinary and that the government had conspired to make the topic unpopular, my mind opened to an entirely new frontier: exposing half-truths and lies. This included finding out more about “climate change” and developing a cure for thermophobia. Okay, thermophobia, quite simply, is a fear of warmth. In fact, this is the title of a new book currently in progress.
A Cure for Thermophobia on a New Website
I have also created a new website called Global Warmth.
I hope you like the design and the writing. I coded it to be mobile-ready right from the start, so hopefully it’ll get more handheld device traffic.
Why another website on “climate change” and “global warming?” The hope was that my approach to things could simplify the message and make it easier for more people to understand. The Cure for Thermophobia is all about gaining knowledge and critical thinking. Even I need a refresher course from time to time. Humility keeps us learning.
So, what can we learn? Perhaps you’ve already known that science is never settled or that science is never done by consensus. That NASA and other supposedly prestigious organizations are pushing this consensus idea only goes to show that they can be political, instead of scientific. Oh, well.
But did you know that we currently live in an Ice Age? Did you know that the Holocene interglacial is currently running at least 500 years over the average length of an interglacial? What that means is that the next glacial period of the current Ice Age could start later this afternoon. That’s a good cure for thermophobia all by itself. Why? Because a glacial period means very little evaporation and very little rain—mass starvation from failed crops. It means all of Canada and half of the United States buried under a growing sheet of ice. It means half of Europe and part of Asia gripped in permanent winter.
If you suffer from a fear of warmth (global warming), get your cure for thermophobia, today. Visit Global Warmth and let me know what you think.
This article was originally published 2015:1130 on TharsisHighlands.com.