Monday, December 14, 2009

The War Between Christianity And Secular Atheism: Old Spanish Jesuits To The Rescue!

This disturbing editorial is not from a communist functionary in China but from a Canadian newspaper, the Finacial Post, its author Diane Francis. Is a new face of a chilling realization that Climate Change fanatics have a sinister plan.

An excerpt.

The "inconvenient truth" overhanging the UN's Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world.

A planetary law, such as China's one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days.

The world's other species, vegetation, resources, oceans, arable land, water supplies and atmosphere are being destroyed and pushed out of existence as a result of humanity's soaring reproduction rate.

Read the rest of this crazy editorial (here)

Yet Spanish Jesuits had climate change figured out over 70 years ago this excerpt come from Time Magazine published in 1944.

Monkish Learning. Still not sure that his theory was proved,

Dr. Charles Greeley Abbot learned that Jesuit monks at an observatory in Spain had photographed, every day from 1910 to 1937, (The Observatory of Cartula) certain calcium clouds on the sun's surface. Dr. Abbot compared measurements of fluctuation in the area of these clouds with his own measurements of solar heat and weather. To his great delight, all three showed almost exactly the same pattern of ups & downs.

Now confident that he had a workable system, Dr. Abbot told the Weather Bureau last March that on 175 specified days during 1943 it was likely to rain in Washington, and that rainfall on those days would be 166% of normal. Actual figure at year's end: 158%. He also correctly predicted the three days of heaviest Washington rainfall in January and February this year. Once, consulted by an Army engineer, he predicted that during a three-month period rainfall in the Tennessee Valley would be 84 to 87% of normal.

Link (here) to the Time article

1 comment:

Jim Bowman said...

Good stuff, but I would have emended thus:

. . . Jesuit monks [sic] . . .

We know they aren't monks, nor ever were.