Saturday, September 24, 2005

Uh-oh! Now Mars Is Heating Up!

Mars Orbiter Spots Changes On Red Planet

"The planet may be undergoing a climate change, according to images that show a shrinking of carbon dioxide deposits near the south pole. For the last three Martian summers, the deposits have shrunk from the previous year."

Yup, our careless use of fossil fuels are now affecting Mars. Mars is heating up and frozen carbon dioxide, critical to the planet's non-ecosystem is jeopardized. With no atmosphere whatsover, having a thin layer of CO2 at the planet's surface may affect crater formation.

What are we to do? Obviously, our "green" lobbyists have even more ammunition to ban the use of all fossil fuels. Not only are these fuels destroying our global ecosystem, it has huge implications FOR OUR SOLAR SYSTEM.

That idiot Bush. If only he signed Kyoto...


At 11:47 AM, Blogger james said...

You must tyring to to make a joke here because NO-where in this article does it mention ANYTHING about Earth's fossil fuels affecting the "non-ecosystem of Mars."

I think that it can be easily assumed that "greens" will not use this evidence to help our planet heal from fossil fuel damage.

I'm sorry but this post is just silly.

At 3:17 PM, Blogger Underground Logician said...

Silly as it pokes fun at the "greenies" logic. But, it also illustrates that the conditions that are "heating" up Mars are similar to those that are "heating" up the earth. We share the same sun; though we are closer by millions of miles, the net effect of the sun's solar flares and radiation fluctuations on Mars can most plausibly be connected to the earth's gradual rise in temperature as well.

That is why the "greenhouse gas" theory of Al Gore and company is so incredibly inane, the induction does not take into account all the factors that contribute to the apparent rise in temperature, the biggie being the SUN!!

Thanks for your comments.

At 4:58 PM, Blogger james said...


I would just like to know, "Do you not think, however, that fossil fuels add to the degradation of our environment?"

Plus, have you seen the documentary, "the corporation?" If not I recommend that you watch it as I would be interested in your comments.

At 5:11 PM, Blogger Underground Logician said...


I do think that the use of fossil fuels DOES bring some degradation to the environment. Not to the extremes that environmentalists claim. However, I would applaud the use of Hydrogen any day over gasoline. That would be the ultimate fuel. And, it would free us from the awkward dependancy on Saudi Arabia, a Wahabi Islam stronghold.

Though I am a conservative, I am in no wise a dolt thinking that corporate America has the citizens' best interests at heart. I believe in a healthy accountability. I live in the Fox Valley here in Wisconsin. The Fox River, one of few rivers in North America that flow north, has been poluted by paper mills back in the early and mid twentieth century with dangersous PCB's. Do these companies need to clean it up? You betcha!

As to your recommendation "The Corporation," I'm so busy, I'm not sure that I could look at it, but I'm always open.

At 7:10 PM, Blogger james said...


I like the hydrogen too. As well as the current hybrid cars.

I glad that you agree that uncontrolled big corporation is something to avoid.

Take care.

At 8:59 PM, Blogger Underground Logician said...

Take care, James. Thanks for dropping by.

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