Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Bank of Goracle Hoping To Bank A Trillion Globally

In light of more and more scientists refuting the teachings of the Bank of Goracle leave it to MSNBC to state as fact that which is not considered fact; that man is destroying the ecological balance of earth thus hastening the demise of all living things on the planet. Mean old man. Bastard.

Global warming hastens arrival of springtime
The capital's famous cherry trees are primed to burst out in a perfect pink peak about the end of this month. Thirty years ago, the trees usually waited to bloom till around April 5.
In central California, the first of the field skipper sachem, a drab little butterfly, was fluttering about on March 12. Just 25 years ago, that creature predictably emerged there anywhere from mid-April to mid-May.

And sneezes are coming earlier in Philadelphia. On March 9, when allergist Dr. Donald Dvorin set up his monitor, maple pollen was already heavy in the air. Less than two decades ago, that pollen couldn't be measured until late April.

Pollen is bursting. Critters are stirring. Buds are swelling. Biologists are worrying.
"The alarm clock that all the plants and animals are listening to is running too fast," Stanford University biologist Terry Root said.

Blame global warming.

The fingerprints of man-made climate change are evident in seasonal timing changes for thousands of species on Earth, according to dozens of studies and last year's authoritative report by the Nobel Prize-winning international climate scientists. More than 30 scientists told The Associated Press how global warming is affecting plants and animals at springtime across the country, in nearly every state. (emp mine)

How else can the shareholders in the Bank of Goracle share in the trillions of dollars that they hope will be spent globally to combat that which is poppycock.

Modern Messianism

At the risk of exciting many of our Progressive Democrats:

Messianism is any field of philosophy which concerns itself with the interpretations of stories about a world hero or the establishment of a Utopian world. The four most common topics of messianism are the Messiah, the Saoshyant, the Maitreya, and the Kalki found in Christianity, Judaic adventism/Zionism and Islam, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, and Hinduism respectively, though Marxism and many other fields also present messianisms.

Tom Blogical Is Back!

Even though the Easter Bunny is probably gonna poop in Tom's basket instead leaving an egg or two, I am glad he is back writing.

It's only blogical.