The Sun: An Inconvenient Cold

From The Sun Speak Up! 9 Jan 2008:


An inconvenient cold

THREE cheers, hip hip hurray! For global warming has finally been defeated!

Many thanks and congratulations must go to Al Gore, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the signatories of the Kyoto Protocol – for their efforts to combat global warming have shown astounding success.

Even though restrictions on carbon emissions are just being implemented and carbon dioxide levels are still rising, the wave of good intentions alone seems to be enough to lower global temperatures.

In Buenos Aires, it snowed for the first time in 89 years. Chile lost hundreds of millions of dollars in crops and livestock due to the harshest winter in 50 years. Hundreds of people died from cold in Peru.

Australia had its coldest ever summer. Johannesburg, South Africa finally had significant snowfall in 25 years. Cities across the US experienced record or near record snow, as much as 1.13m thick.

Globally, this year has been the coldest since 2001, with record high ice levels in Antarctica. Even the poor polar bears can stop worrying now, as their population has increased by 20,000 since 1940.

This amazing reversal of the much-touted warming trend must certainly be the result of enough people watching An Inconvenient Truth and wishing global warming away – and not due to patently absurd explanations such as natural fluctuations in solar activity, or shifts in the tilt of the Earth’s axis.

The above fact is undeniably proven by IPCC-style scientific consensus, as global warming activists were observed getting caught off-guard by the instantaneous effects of their efforts. Their anti-global warming awareness campaigns were so successful, they had to be called off midway due to frostbite, blizzards or their yatch getting trapped by sea ice.

Scott Thong


The fun title of this piece is completely courtesy of The Sun! Haha! It joins the NST on my list of local papers not afraid to buck the global warming hysterian trend!

The editors left out my last line: 

Truly, Al Gore deserves his Nobel Peace Prize for curing the planet’s fever so quickly! Now we must just be careful not to overdo the war on carbon emissions, in case we return to the global cooling scare of the 1970s.
Scott Thong, sarcastic global warming skeptic


Bonus! After I sent in this letter, there was a blizzard in Iransnow in Iraq and extreme cold in desert kingdom Saudi Arabia!

Big hat tip goes to Moonbattery, whose own sarcastic postings Global Warming Farce Deflated by Facts and Weather Report formed the basis of my letter.

Also highly recommended is Twilight Zone Predicted Global Warming Hoax, seeing as how the world will soon perish from an eternal ice age.

I also mocked the way the MSM portrays minor weather fluctuations in 2007 Global Warming Report: Pure MSM Fiction, which also has lots of cartoons poking fun at the over-effectiveness of Al Gore’s speeches in reducing world temperatures!

For the global cooling hysteria in the ’70s (and soon, the 2000s), see Global Cooling: The Impending Catastrophe of Our Times.

For Al Gore’s fatally factually flawed film, see 35 Scientific Errors (or Intentional Lies) in An Inconvenient Truth (and An Inconvenient Truth 2: Suggested Film Titles for some suggested sequels!).

For his Nobel Oh-Pleeeeze Prize, see Al Gore 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Editorial Cartoons.

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7 Responses to “The Sun: An Inconvenient Cold”

  1. Simon Thong Says:

    You’ve got a way of putting things’s what is called STYLE..

    I truly enjoy reading your works, WORDSMITH.

  2. ppaaoollaa Says:


    Qual’è secondo te il metodo più economico per scaldare un piccolo appartamento a Milano senza inquinare?

    Secondo me il metodo più economico consiste nell’acquistare una piastra elettrica e applicargli sopra un Motore Stirling collegato ad una turbina.

    Con il Motore Sterling si riuscirebbe a recuperare circa il 70% dell’energia consumata dalla piastra per scaldare, e quindi si ridurrebbe il costo del riscaldamento del 70%.

    Il Motore Stirling si muoverebbe grazie al calore della piastra e il suo movimento potrebbe essere trasformato in energia elettrica.

    Quindi la piastra produrrebbe calore che farebbe muovere il Motore Stirling che azionerebbe la turbina producendo energia elettrica.

    Il calore rimarrebbe chiuso dentro l’appartamento. La piastra elettrica non consumerebbe metano, gasolio e quindi non inquinerebbe l’aria.

    L’energia elettrica per far funzionare la piastra potrebbe essere prodotta in centrali a dinamite, a biomassa, magnetiche, gravitazionali o altri metodi free energy.

    Abitando in montagna, il motore Stirling potrebbe essere semplicemente appoggiato su una stufa a legna.

    Un altro metodo molto buono è il fornello ad idrogeno di Schietti con Motore Stirling.

    Conosco poi anche tanti altri metodi che non ti sto ad elencare ma che vanno tutti bene come l’impianto di riscaldamento condominiale Schietti-Camera

    L’importante è capire che si tratta di un complotto globale di sadomasochisti inglesi che intenzionalmente fanno respirare aria inquinata ai bambini di Milano per ridere quando si ammalano con il mal di gola e la tosse.

    La polizia nonostante ripetute denunce non risponde e si è schierata con la Moratti e i petrolieri.

    Invito tutti i miei concittadini milanesi a Tavarone il 12 Gennaio a respirare un po’ d’aria buona per discutere insieme della produzione di bioetanolo in Val di Vara ed investire i nostri risparmi in free energy ed altri prodotti etici della Banca Etica della Val di Vara come la piastra elettrica con il Motore Stirling.

    Smettila di litigare con i tuoi familiari, con i tuoi parenti, con i tuoi amici, con i tuoi compatrioti e tutti gli altri popoli del mondo aizzato dagli agenti degli inglesi.

    Mantieni l’attenzione sulla Regina d’Inghilterra e i suoi parenti. Informati sull’Impero britannico, il Commonwealth e la globalizzazione inglese.

  3. Scott Thong Says:

    Thanks! 🙂

    I hope to use my gifts more effectively and impactfully someday…

  4. wits0 Says:

    Off topic, but here’s an inconvenient Evolution 😉
    It took a long time for Darwin’s neo religion to decay but it’ll take less time for Global Warming to fall flat on its face in this era.
    Evolutionists at war over altruism’s origins

  5. Scott Thong Says:

    I can see the simple and clear logic of Dawkin’s argument for kin selection over group selection.

    Simply put, let’s say that Animal A has a gene that makes it behave altruistically, while Animal B does not.

    Animal A might end up sacrificing itself ‘for the greater good’, and thus not survive to pas on its genes for altruistic behaviour. Meanwhile, Animal B behaves selfishly and passes on its genes for selfishness.

    Eventually, all altruism will die off if it is wholly determined by genes. (Just as all pure-homosexual preference would if it were wholly determined by genes, see )

    This is particularly true in social insects like ants, where the altruistic workers never pass on their genes.

    But in either group or kin selection, what mechanism is there in the queen ant that ensures future generations will have altruistic genes expressed in it workers?

    Perhaps all colonies with NO altruistic workers will fail and die, thus only colonies with altruistic genes will spread?

  6. wits0 Says:

    MCA hits bottom along time ago…and can only dig.

  7. hutchrun Says:

    Haitians Eating Mud Cookies Due To Our Use Of Ethanol

    “One of the consequences of this enormous shift of grain is that hunger and malnutrition, which were supposed to be declining during this period, haven’t,” said Lester R. Brown, the institute’s president and the author of the report. “They are now projecting that the 800 million people (living in hunger) will number 1.2 billion by 2025.” — Washington Post

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