Sunday, August 17, 2008

So, when are they cancelling 60 Minutes No AGW?

Doom. Doom and more doom.
It's the story of our lives, the most crucial issue, the most controversial. The very future of planet earth.

For almost 20 years, we've heard the warnings about climate change, yet so many of us know so little about it.

We're told we should prepare for the worst, more floods, more storms, more droughts. And of course, it's all our fault.

If we don't act now, if we don't change our way of life, the world as we know it is finished. But is it really that bad, are we really doomed? The skeptics say no, not

But with so much at stake can we risk it? Can we afford to sit back, do nothing and hope for the best?
Crock of crap. Oh My God! They're saying that! It's an opposing view... I guess I'll have to watch it now. No, wait. The glaciers melting proves AGW. Yeah.
No wait, an opposing view, it's just part of natures cycle...

Sheesh! There'll be a transcript at the site on Monday. David Evans is interviewed. Some of the pro AGW experts interviewed? Tim Flannery and PM Kevin Rudd.

Alicia Keyes, ok.

The other bit looks interesting, too. About people having monkeys as "children"... surrogates of course... and the dangers.

Just when you think you've seen it all, this comes along. Monkey kids. Yes, you're hearing right. They are little monkeys raised as human children.

And it's not as rare as you might think.

In America alone, there are thousands of seemingly ordinary people who have adopted monkeys as surrogate kids.

That means the nappies, the prams, the high chairs, the bedtime stories. The lot.

Sound cute? Well, it might be up to a point.

But as David Muir reports there's more to this story than dressing up and baby talk.

It gets deadly serious. And you'd better watch out when mother's little darling goes totally ape.

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