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Feb 11 2013

CNN Propagandist Suggests Global Warming Causes Winter Weather, Asteroids

According to the liberal establishment media, global warming may cause not only winter weather, but asteroids. Presenting CNN’s guffaw-inducing Deb Feyerick:

How insufficient taxation and regulation would produce asteroids through the medium of nonexistent global warming is left unexplained. No doubt a lavishly funded government study is concocting an elaborate explanation at this moment.

On a tip from Ghost of FA Hayek.

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  • Comrade J

    If it can be “shown” that it is contrary to “right wing” views, there is no limit to the magnitude of idiocy a libtard will believe.

    Now there is a thought…

  • RKae

    Don’t you people know yet? Global Warming causes EVERYTHING bad!

    …Everything that isn’t caused by gun ownership.

  • Belfast

    “not asteroids, di I say asteroids? I meant haemorhoids.”

  • Dr. 9

    I’m sure the 8 people who watch that network had themselves a great laugh listening to that female nitwit. Amazingly, none of their commercials are for Kool-Aid. You would think that would be their main sponsor.

  • DJ

    Maybe the Taliban has a legitimate point after all.

  • CGW409

    The vid ended but it sure looked like Nye started to get a “my gawd are you stupid or what” look.
    To say she’s as stupid as a box of hammers would be insulting to the box of hammers.

  • Flu-Bird

    Enviromental stupidity cuased by vegan diets a steady diet of Nuts & berries,CAPTIAN PLANET MARATHONS EARTHDAY PARADES and watching AVATAR and THE LORAX until ones brains turn to the consestency of melted ice cream

  • Skyfall

    “And, you know, talk about something else that’s falling from the sky, uh, and-a that is an asteroid-a what…what’s coming our way? Is this an effect of perhaps global warming or is this just some meteoric occasion?”

    I would like anyone who took remedial english to diagram those sentences and explain it to me. “Meteoric occasion”? These people are paid for only one thing: to talk. They cannot even perform that function up to (what used to be) a freshman high school level.

    Perhaps that an effect of, you know, global warming too!

  • dan

    at least it isn’t Bush’s fault

  • Maudie N Mandeville

    What she should have been talking about is how anthropogenic global warming caused the Big Bang. Now that would have been a show stopper!

  • Flu-Bird

    Back when they had that terrible tsunami on Dec 26th 2004 some GREENPEACE idiots tried to blame it on GLOBAL WARMING when its more likly to do with HAARP instead

  • Momster

    Ahhhh–New Ice Age, err, Global Warming, err, Anthropogenic Climate Change, err, a new ice age(?), err, I know!

    Warmal Coldening!

    Come on you libtards–at least TRY to get your story straight.

  • Momster

    dan says:
    February 11, 2013 at 9:00 pm at least it isn’t Bush’s fault
    ————–
    Well, Dan, they cut the video off after a few seconds…If the conversation went on long enough that would have come up. Always trust your gut instincts. They are almost always correct.

  • http://www.americanclarion.com dr. theo

    According to Gauss’s Flux Theorum magnetic flux is the inverse square of the integer of the thermal properties of the magnet, i.e., Gauss’s law may be expressed as an asymmetrical equation where ΦE is the electric flux through a closed surface S enclosing any volume V, Q is the total charge enclosed within S, and ε0 is the electric constant. The electric flux ΦE is defined as a surface integral of the electric field:
    where E is the electric field, dA is a vector representing an infinitesimal element of area,and represents the dot product of two vectors.

    Thus it is clearly seen that the distribution of electric charge in any given region can be deduced by integrating the electric field to find the flux. As any school boy could easily deduce, increasing the earth’s surface temperature results in a redistribution of the magnetic flux, thereby increasing the earth’s net magnetic force. Ergo, meteors, comets and other flying debris will inexorably be drawn into a trajectory certain to impact our fragile planet.

    I am sure that it is this phenomenon to which Ms. Feyerick alludes.

  • Flu-Bird

    CNN the COMMUNISTS NEWS NETWORK

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