Friday, March 02, 2007

Minnesota Public Radio Forum on Global Warming Cancelled - Due to Blizzard

That's right! It was scheduled to be held in St Paul on March 1st, according to a Drudge Report article, just when a record snow fall hit the Twin Cities! Ha!

6 comments:

David said...

That is kind of funny. I don't know what to make of global warming because I've heard two sides of the issue. But I do believe we've abused God's creation and we'll pay dearly for it. This cold winter may be the final throes of nature before it succumbs to its human-derived fate. The eskimos are losing their ancient arctic habitat, which is the first indication of big changes in the works.

kingdavid said...

There's no event or any amount of scientific data that will change the minds of the true-believers about this man-made global warming myth.

I don't even seek it out and on a daily basis I find story after story, article after article, from diverse news sources, quoting and relaying research that totally debunks this whole concept.

If Christians were as rabid as these followers of Al Gores religion we'd have the entire earths population saved right now.

Gabrielle Eden said...

Good point, kingdavid - why aren't we more sold out on the real issues - the gospel? I think that we have abused the earth too, David, and we must have some consequences somewhere. I just don't know exactly what to think because I also think that there is too much of a scare made of it as well.

David said...

I don't know. I've heard some say that the Earth has been warming ever since the flood. Fossil evidence of huge leaves of prehistoric flora indicates that before the flood, the Earth was tropical, even on the poles. But God made it that way. And I believe there's a difference between God making it that way and man making it that way.

I'm not a conservationist fanatic. I believe that the earth was made for man, and not man for the earth. But as stewards of our home world, if we break the laws of its Creator, we will suffer. That seems to be the way He works. He is a God of mercy, but also a God of justice.

Donny Prater said...

I also saw where the global warming mission to the North Pole lost a team member to frostbite! No kidding, it was really on the news!

Gabrielle Eden said...

Yeh Donny, that's a funny one too.