You're just an all-round ignoramus, Mike, admit it.
Well todays the BIG day, as I wrote some weeks back today the Murdoch media officially embraces Climate change and Renewable energy through 'Mission Zero'
This morning when I tuned into ABC Melbourne for the morning news we learned that the media empire the Representative from SA has supported and linked many wacky climate and renewable theories to has decided it's more profitable for Murdoch's bottom line to support climate change and renewable energy than to espouse its own theories through the fools, idiots and others who were able to use that platform for its crackpot theories.
Although I believe some of its staffers will still occasionally publish their flat Earth opinions.
So listen up Representative from SA...you have now been cast adrift and no doubt when you read the Adelaide Addy over your Corn Flakes this morning you'll have noticed the 16 page wrap around. So better late than never and for all the wrong reasons, read, absorb and consider your theories and the prospect of being further cast adrift into the realm of the nut cases.
Nothing has changed at Murdoch's empire, Mike - it's an advertising feature. They were flogging it on the radio today as a lift-out in the Advertiser in an effort to try and sell ad space. You seriously think Andrew Bolt will stop railing against the climate change fairy-tale? You're even sillier than I give you credit for.
And anyway, even if Murdoch had genuinely changed his mind (which he hasn't) it still doesn't make any of this flying spaghetti monster rubbish the least bit true. A history of completely failed predictions from the 'experts', a complete lack of salient evidence, models that have failed to predict a single thing correctly. Even the Bureau of Meteorology, keen to please this 'progressive' belief, has been completely wrong - we were supposed to have more frequent cyclones further south as a result of your religion but instead they've become much less frequent. No apology for getting it wrong, no explanation.
It might be the current fad but it's still baseless - and mark my words, your facile religion will kill people this winter in the Northern Hemisphere.