Monday, October 11, 2004

atheism and global warming

i haven't done anything of note tonight except absorb some culture. i watched jonathan miller's brief history of disbelief on bbc4 which was excellent. yes, a modern documentary that realised thought is more important than flashy graphics! whatever next. and a very interesting topic, i tend to think that atheism is a fairly modern view and that older generations have all been religious from habit and peer-pressure, it was nice to be proved incorrect. best quote was from bush snr, who said something along the lines of 'people who don't believe in god are of questionable character and shouldn't be allowed citizenship of america'

and now i'm shocked to discover, courtesy of newsnight, that CO2 levels have increased much more than expected over the last couple of years... are we ready to pay attention yet, or shall we carry on with head-in-the-sand mentality. bugger.


oh, and i had my first random post on this blog. it's on the pjs posting, i have no idea who this person is or how they ended up here, but then that's part of the beauty of this interweb thingy.


Blogger Pete said...

Pollution is disgusting. I can't breathe without my inhalers here in London. For this reason I'm going to smash every car I see from now on, then swim across the Atlantic and smash in the members of the Bush family for adding to the environmental trouble in the name of God. Did anyone hear that cock Dubya calling himself the "protectorate of the environment" in the last Presidential Debate? (I didn't, but I heard he did). I want to suffocate him with CO2.

12/10/04 8:49 am  

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