: Yup, that's one penetrating wit, alright.
: (Also read what the Cult of the Dead Cow have to say on him...)
: : PS. From which colleges did you graduate? Are you a professor?
: Nope. I'm a computer engineer. I got a B.Sc. in space science from University College London, looked at the funding crisis in the UK with respect to space science and promptly decided that computers were an easier way of making a living.
Hey, Farintina, guys like you are a laugh a minute.
Now here's something for you to laugh at.
It was the 'intelektual' classes here and in old Blimey that were defending the murder of millions of kulaks by Stalin in the thirties, the time when Reagan was to stupid to be a Commie. If being stupid means knowing the difference between right and wrong, give me stupid.
Anyhow, thanx for your stats, they don't mean squat.
By the by old chap, are you familiar with this;
Richard G. Green, President of the Dallas Geological Society, sent the following letter to President Bill Clinton on November 14, 1997;
The Dallas Geological Society is a non-partisan, scientific organization with over 700 members. We have member geologists in the environmental, petroleum, and water resource industries. We are united on very few issues, but we are united in our opposition the the proposed UN Kyoto accord. Global cooling and warming are natural and well documented in the geological record with no human cause or effect. The concept of global warming caused by man is based on poor science. The evidence is clear and compelling that global warming due to CO2 is not occuring and we strongly urge that the US not sign this misguided accord. The environment is not in danger from global warming and we will stand to oppose this folly.
As scientists, we have generally not gotten involved in political issues even if they involve science. We have no political agendas. However, this issue is so serious to the United States and the economic stability of the country we felt we must write. We have references and scientific data to support our conclusions available to you, your vice-president, or any other government official. Our members study the planet and we understand its history. We respectfully request you do not support the UN Kyoto accord. As a show of unity, 18 past presidents of the society have co-signed this letter.
P.O. Box 191
Hollow Rock, TN 38342
Got this from Wake-Up Call America, May/June 1998, p.15