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Sunday morning comic strip

It is Sunday so I think we have had enough bad news and hard thinking for the week.  This comic on a carbon credit trading scheme at a personal level should at least raise a smile. I originally saw this at Pete’s Place (he says I have a good looking website without much material – interesting since he simply writes 2 sentences and then pastes entire copyrighted articles on his site).

It took me a while to find the cartoon at Geek Culture. For some reason Pete’s Place doesn’t believe in giving proper crediting of the source of the original work of the stuff that is republished there. I don’t believe that is fair to the original author and will always give credit to the source where possible.

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One more Sunday comic on Global Warming

Dilbert.com – July 1, 2007

C’mon – laugh a little bit.  This one actually appeared today by Scott Adams. It is always good to laugh at serious things like global warming – otherwise we will just go crazy.

I particularly like this one since it does something that is so prevalent – blame global warming for EVERYTHING (see here and here).

Click the image to go to the website that has a full size version.

Here is some related reading for you to enjoy:
Laugh a little with Dilbert
Sunday Global Warming Comics

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Sunday Global Warming Comics

Here are some global warming cartoons for a sunny Sunday! Click each to go to the original website and see the full-size version.

 

You can see more cartoons on global warming here.

Here is some related reading for you to enjoy:
Laugh a little with Dilbert
Global Warming Editorial Cartoons
Global Warming Editorial Cartoons on BUUUUURRRRNING HOT

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Laugh a little with Dilbert

Scott Adams, the creator of the wonderful comic strip, Dilbert, just did a short series on global warming.  Regardless of your feelings on Dilbert, you should get a laugh out of one of these.

Scott does this as a living so I am not going to cross post the images here.  Instead, please click through to the links below and enjoy.  I have no idea how long these strips will be in place so click quickly!

June 18

June 19

June 20

June 21

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Global Warming: Fact, Fiction and Political Endgame

Townhall.com – February 26, 2007

This is a commentary article about Al Gore, his recent accolades for “An Inconvenient Truth”, and some of the background science of global climate change.  It is a very good read and I encourage my readers to click through to the source article (especially since the title is quite close to the URL of my blog). 

It is interesting that the author tries to draw a correlation between the Academy Awards that Mr. Gore received and the timing of the IPCC report.  I don’t think that this is anything but coincidence and all of my research indicates that the two are not tied together.  We know that the Academy Awards are always held the same time of the year and it appears that the IPCC was always trying to put their release out at that time of the year.  It does not appear that Mr. Gore’s very well made documentary had anything to do with it.

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