Dear Senator Inhofe: 03/17/12 I read books, but usually books I find at the library, so they may not be the most current. I was not aware until recently that you had written, "The Greatest Hoax."
If global warming is a hoax, I still rather suspect that a greater hoax is the Theory of Evolution. Man didn't come from monkeys, God created us.
Garrison Keillor has a weekly radio program, "A Prairie Home Companion." Several months ago, he reported that a Northwest passage has been found, which is what Christopher Columbus was looking for when he bumped into North America. Mr. Keillor says the passage could not have been found at the time of Columbus because it didn't exist, because of the abundance of ice at that time.
He says that now, enough ice has melted that there is now a path to sail a ship west from Europe to Asia, and vice versa.
There was a program on PBS about an Island in the Ocean. Perhaps it was Tonga, not sure. But the top officials of the island are busy buying land on the mainland, because their island keeps getting smaller due to the rising level of water in the ocean. They're concerned that eventually their island will be gone.
There is a passage in the Bible, a prophetic utterance that says that "every island shall flee away." Seems like that's in the book of Revelation, which is revelations of things to come that God gave to the apostle John. So then, there does seem to be evidence of global warming, though this subject is controversial. Frederick Hoehn
Related Articles -
global warming, hoax, Sen Inhofe, Garrison Keillor, Northwest passage,