It is quite telling when we are told one thing and then…well yes that thing comes true but only because people forced it to happen. It reminds me of a self-fulfilling prophecy which if you think of it is the most common type of prophecy that ever comes true. This is because the prophecy causes people to act in a certain way to make sure it happens just as it is written. Just like predictions of doom and gloom occur, those same predictions are reported as fact from media and other political activists who want to say: “We said X and you see X happened, so listen to us.”
The largest issue with this type of logic is of course the problem that every prediction or prophecy if you will that is predicted is not reported so if you predict 100 things to happen and only 10 happen, well that is rather bad but the worst of it is that you would expect at least 10 things to happen regardless. Therefore, these predictions and/or prophecies are nothing but worthless ramblings and the people who fall for this line of thinking are falling for logical fallacies. Yes, the entire AGW movement or global warming movement is based upon nothing but computer models when you get down to it. Read More: https://benfrommo.wordpress.com/2011/07/29/a-time-to-kill-civilization-part-2/ As such, the end result is that the entire movement is more religious in that you have to take a leap of faith to believe in the movement in the first place. This belief separates this movement from reality and as you go further down the road to cult-like thinking…well yes then it becomes nothing but a bunch of hot air and wild prophecies that are nothing to reality.
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