National Parks to begin Global Warming Push

The National Parks Service, which watches over many historical sites in the United States and Puerto Rico will be incorporating global warming/climate change into their presentations to guests and visitors.  The order came down this week from Washington, D.C. to all park rangers, according to an employee speaking on the condition of anonymity.

So the next time you are visiting the El Morro Spanish Fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico or the Gettysburg battlefield in Pennsylvania, instead of hearing of the thousands of lives lost, sacrifices made, or their importance to the history of the nation, you will hear how human beings are causing our own extinction via the made up non-science of Anthropological Global Warming, or Cooling or the more neutral ‘Climate Change.’

What makes the north bridge at Concord so important?  Global Warming.

How did the Spanish defend Puerto Rico from invaders?  Global Cooling.

And who made a famous speech at Gettysburg?  Still Lincoln, but he was really talking about climate change, for the people, of the people and by the people or something like that.

Real science doesn’t need a PR campaign.  Real science doesn’t need to be rammed down peoples throats, but if we forget history, especially military history written with the blood of tens of thousands, we are doomed to repeat it.



About worleyf

Semi-retired Media Relations guy, former radio and TV reporter and legislative aide. Middle of the road Libertarian (as if that actually existed) who reviews current news items and stories, and offers an alternative point of view.
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