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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Global Warming debunked - by kids

World Net Daily has announced the winners of their 'The Sky's Not Falling' video-essay contest. The contest was launched early in 2008 and was designed to highlight the absurdities, untruths and downright lies that children are being taught daily about "climate change" in public school.

Here are some simple truths from the contest winners. Dan Nagasaki wrote in his essay "Global Warming Basics for Beginners".

The earth has had huge climate shifts with extreme warmth and extreme cold (remember reading about the ice age?) long before man could have possibly had any impact on the earth's climate. If man didn't exist on earth, these great climate shifts would still occur.
Essay contest winner Russel Young wrote "Al Gore Causes Global Warming in School Aged Brains":
If Al Gore's film "An Inconvenient Truth," is suitable for teaching about climatology, then Alfred Hitchcock's film the "The Birds," is a good candidate for teaching ornithology.
Here's the 2nd place winner from the video contest...

Students are constantly being indoctrinated with global warming propaganda in schools. It's good to see this being countered. I just wish a contest like this could take place in all of our schools.

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