Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Global Warnings - Heat Deaths?

In 2003, 35,000 people died in a heat wave in Europe. This terrible event has been used by global warming extremists as an example of what may happen if 'something' is not done about global warming.

But aren't all deaths equally tragic?

What about the 47,000 deaths from cold in England and Wales in each year between 1998 - 2000?

Why does a single heat-death wave create such outrage and cold deaths of between 25,000 and 50,000 per year go by virtually unnoticed?

In fact, should the earth's temperature increase by the expected 5 degrees over the next 100 years, we will probably see more lives saved.

It's time to get some balance in the global warming debate.

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