Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Pell on warming: If it’s science, where’s the evidence?

A peek into the diary of Cardinal George Pell:

Meanwhile, by candlelight, I continue my intermittent work on climate change. I open my dog-eared copy of Ian Plimer's tome. Page 116, page 120, and on I go. It is here that I learn that the Sun isn't composed of 98 per cent hydrogen and helium, (contrary to a century of observation and theory by heretical astronomers) but is instead similar in composition to a meteorite ... God enlightens men's eyes, sets things before them in a true light


  1. Cardinal Pell is right to demand scientific evidence before we believe what we're told...

  2. Andrew - thank you for giving us this excellent insight into the true nature of the sun. What would those astronomers know?

    Andrew, you are always showing us how you don't really need any knowledge of the areas you are commenting on to show up the so called "scientists". The only tools you need are a good thesaurus to find all synonyms of ridicule and a google search to some obscure little known website run by a crackpot.

    Keep up the great work!

  3. The Sun is owned by Murdoch.

  4. Some scientists have supposedly found that the total shut down of euro air space during the Iceland volcano last year was the right thing to do.

    They seem to think they know better than Andrew. Yeah right, more like just covering the asses of their fellow socialists in the British Met Office.

    And they say they have no conflict of interest. Yeah right!

    THE FUNDING!! What about THE FUNDING!!!!1!