Dead zone as enviro-political metaphor

29 July 2007

Better late than never, that’s what they say, right?

 For some time now, I’ve been thinking on the new religion that is called ‘fear of global warming.’ Whatever happened to overpopulation? Weren’t there going to be too many people for the planet to support? Ironic, isn’t it, how increased yields have made it feasible for us to turn food into fuel?

 You know how corn in Iowa makes ethanol?

Maybe all those “greens” driving their Priuses should wake up and smell the fertilizer making its way down the Mississippi…

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,291283,00.html

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2 Responses to “Dead zone as enviro-political metaphor”

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  2. Michelle said

    wow,i don’t understand the conflict on global warming, too many people are concerned but you don’t see any changes. It’s in my best interest to help and support the cause of global warming. But i just don’t see the point that if i give in to the situation then is just me many others say that they will consider or take place in helping. In reality all of the world could say that but you still wouldn’t see a change because it’s the lack of focus that people have today.

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