Battle of the Graphs

Battle of the Graphs
The top graph is the one the IPCC and Al Gore uses, the bottom contains the actual temperatures recorded from the past 1000 years

CO2 is not the enemy in North Carolina!

If we do not de-rail the man made global warming locomotive that North Carolina legislators have put into motion, $4 a gallon gasoline is only the tip of the iceburg! Join me and let's end this hoax in North Carolina.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Director of North Carolina's State Climate Office tells NC Farm Bureau Insurance Company that North Carolina is NOT unseasonablly warm.

Ryan Boyles

Director of the North Carolina State Climate Office and member of the North Carolina Legislative Commission on Global Climate Change or, LCGCC, was recently asked about the origination of the term "Indian Summer". He in essence said that North Carolina is NOT currently any warmer than it has ever been. Boyles said:

"It really depends on how we define warm weather, The Carolina's, by definition, have an Indian Summer every year. But it's also not uncommon for us to have an ice storm one week and 60-degree temperatures the next. It's not really unseasonably warm weather for us."

My question for Dr Boyles is; how can North Carolina not be warming, when the IPCC has told us the globe is warming? In light of the normal weather NC is having how will that affect his view on the LCGCC? I sent Ryan the following email for a response about the article, but I shockingly got no reply.

North Carolina "not having unseasonably warm weather"

"I read that quote from you in the NC Farm Bureau September/October 2008 Vol 79 no.5 magazine. There are many places in North America, Australia, and Africa experiencing unusually cold weather. Can we finally say that global warming is called off?"

Your tax dollars are being high jacked to fight a hoax. Why, because NC is broke! As long as the issue of man made climate change remains, undebated, as the North Carolina Climate Change Advisory Group admitted, the beureacrats in Raleigh will continue to use it as a reuse to collect more taxes from you and I next year than they were able to last year. So let the spending continue! Let's see if we can set new spending records "trying to save the planet."

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