Daily Archives: July 9, 2009

New photos show drastic evolutionary changes in human beings in few years

Previously, scientists had thought that it took milleniums for small changes to occur in human evolution.  But now that there are so many human beings on this planet, and “interspecies breeding” is occurring at such a rapid rate, scientists have concluded that evolution is occurring at an alarming rate.  In part the drastic changes noted by comparing old photographs to current ones may be due to the fact that so much more food is available world wide. See photographs below the fold: Continue reading

House Cap and Trade Bill includes a provision to limit the personal use of toilet paper

More taxes, less "waste", what's not to love about this plan?

More taxes, less "waste", what's not to love about this plan?

From CNN News: “Currently, the United States spends more than $6 billion a year on toilet tissue — more than any other nation in the world. Americans, on average, use 57 squares a day and 50 pounds a year.  Even still, the toilet paper market in the United States has largely plateaued.”

“The real growth in the industry is happening in developing countries. There, it’s booming. Toilet paper revenues in Brazil alone have more than doubled since 2004. The radical upswing in sales is believed to be driven by a combination of changing demographics, social expectations, and disposable income.”  [Translation: Third World countries are finally learning how to wipe their asses with something besides, well, use your imagination.] Continue reading

G-8 Leaders Agree to Cut Moonbeam Emissions by 80% by the Year 2050

"I'm being followed by a moon shadow..."

"I'm being followed by a moon shadow..."

A.P. July 10, 2009: The “agreement in principle” will help prevent the earth from warming more than 2C (3.6F) .  All but the dumbest scientists agree that moonbeams are a major source of global warming, especially at night during a full moon. Coupled with cow farts and CO2 emissions from evil civilization, moonbeams are “the straw that broke the camel’s back” exclaimed Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore, from 46,000 feet above the planet in his personal Boeing 747.  “It’s just more than Mother Earth can handle right now.”

 Though the vast majority of scientists agree that the amount of light reflected by the moon must be reduced, they disagree as to the best  method.  Some believe that we should send several manned flights to the moon and cover the “light side” of the moon with coal dust to lesson the amount of sunlight that reflects off the moon. Others believe that the best way would be to spread aluminum foil over as much of the earth as possible, in order to re-relect moonbeams back into outer-space. 

As usual, Republican legislators expressed some hesitation at the plan, wondering whether the trillions that will have to be spent to cut moonbeam emissions will be cost-effective.  Said one Republican Senator, who asked to remain anonymous, “We know that moonbeams are hurting the planet.  We just do not agree that this is the best plan to reduce them.”