Letters to the Editor

Global warming conference called a world-class waste

This week, as I am writing this letter, the world gets to see earth-shattering solutions to global warming.

More than 200 climate scientists are meeting in Bali, Indonesia. So here is how it’s happening. Bali airport only has parking space for 15 planes (including regular flights). So what do global “caring” scientists do?

Don’t forget, these are folks who “achieve the closest to objective thinking that the human mind is capable of.” Do they conquer this problems by e-mails, faxing, or conference calling each other? No, they all land there. More than 200 plus their brain-enhanced sidekicks – the private jets plus first class special flights land, drop off the brains, then they taxi out for a low altitude flight to another island, where they park. Dead-heading these low altitude planes after a flight without pressurization is the worst – worst consumption of fuel and repairs. Some planes will have to be kept running during the conference.

Meanwhile the brains are speaking, one at a time – they are blaming you for excessive, careless, reckless, blind, irreversible, axis tipping waste of fuel.

The elite gurus have spoken – Those who consider you as uninformed, stupid, sub human, “wasters”! So they ask you to pay up, and worse – they are scaring your children. Worse, they are (Al Gore’s senators) asking to decertify scientists who don’t agree with man made global warming. Meanwhile environment Canada announcement November 30/07 “Canadians will experience the coldest winter in 15 years”.  

 Don Warkentin, Mission

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