The Ramblings of a Housecat

Monday, October 16, 2006

Global warming. Evidence: Proff Muffin.


Miaow my avid readers,

Mew all, trust you are all well, good! Miaow. For all those sceptics on global warming (read: USA Administration) I would ask you to review the chart relased by the U.K Met Office today. In plain human terms, it shows what you are doing to the planet with your mass burnings of the rain forests, and reliance on fossil fuels (although please dont turn the central heating off!! miaow)
The red line indicates the anomalies from the May to September average temp from 1659 to date in the UK, Those with sharp cat like eyes will notice the large fall just prior to 1700, this period coincided with "The little ice age" when the the UK had a climate more akin to my homeland of South Norway. There are few periods of sharp rise in temp in this series... until you hit the late 1980's, gawd guys, the anomaly line is as vertical as Ian's wedding tackle on a Sunday morning, mew! This rise is even faster than was predicted when global warming first came to the publics attention in the 1980's, For your Childrens sake, and all middle aged arthritic cats ACT NOW! support renewable energy, recycle, respect the planet, we all share it, it's not the property of the Human race! Hiss.
If your reading this Mr George Bush, you know climate change is inevitable, your denial of it is based on nothing other than the need of your insular country's massive need for Oil (did that have a bearing on your invasion of Iraq, methinks, Miaow) You call your self the leader of the worlds only superpower, if that's the case lead by example!!!!! mew, I'm furious! Anyhoe, must dash, gotta turn the central heating on, mew.

Love and purrs,

Proff Muffin-Willow xxx

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If thats as erect as your daddy gets, buy him some viagra off your own post lol!

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are saying that one graph of one place indicates GLOBAL warming.

Nope.

And are you sure this is because of human acivity?

Really?

You're sure?

2:21 PM  
Blogger Muffin-Willow said...

In answer to the above comment.
There are too many charts to list that show the same rise in different parts of the world.
No I can not be sure it is caused by human activity. I would like to have had a serious discussion with you on the matter, shame your anon, I assume your an American in denial.
The cats owner.

7:22 PM  

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