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The bible says the meek shall inherit the Earth and so they shall, after the strong have raped the worlds resources and destroyed the planet. Get rich quick at whatever the cost to tomorrow.
Rush Limbaugh has gotten a lot of mileage out of his claim that volcanoes do more harm to the ozone layer than human-produced chemicals. He featured it in his best-selling book, The Way Things Ought to Be (paperback edition pp. 155-157): "Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines spewed forth more than a thousand times the amount of ozone-depleting chemicals in one eruption than all the fluorocarbons manufactured by wicked, diabolical and insensitive corporations in history.... Mankind can't possibly equal the output of even one eruption from Pinatubo, much less 4 billion years' worth of them, so how can we destroy ozone?"
Limbaugh calls concern about the ozone layer: "balderdash. Poppycock." The only people who worry about it are "environmental wackos," "dunderheaded alarmists and prophets of doom."
The UK and Ireland are having problems meeting the Kyoto.
do a Google search on "scientists refute global warming" and you'll see that over 10,000 scientists around the world agree with some aspects of warming, but 97% of it is not caused by humans.
Growing Number of Scientists Refute Global Warming Pessimism
As reported by Candace Crandall in an opinion piece in the Washington Times (November 20, 1998)*, scientists have since voiced their dissent with the 1992 U.N. Global Climate Treaty by establishing four different petitions and accumulating more than 21,000 signatures.
On June 25, 1997, before the Kyoto Protocol was to be negotiated, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed by a 95–0 vote the Byrd-Hagel Resolution (S. Res. 98), which stated the sense of the Senate was that the United States should not be a signatory to any protocol that did not include binding targets and timetables for developing as well as industrialized nations or "would result in serious harm to the economy of the United States". On November 12, 1998, Vice President Al Gore symbolically signed the protocol. Aware of the Senate's view of the protocol, the Clinton Administration never submitted the protocol for ratification.