Climategate 2.0: Praying for the ‘Day After Tomorrow’ to work

That’s one God didn’t answer.

From the Climategate 2.0 collection, IPCC co-chair John Houghton gets spiritual:

[…] we dont take seriously enough our God-given responsibility to care for the Earth […] 500 million people are expected to watch The Day After Tomorrow. We must pray that they pick up that message.

Or maybe God did answer Houghton’s prayer with Climategate 2.0.

5 thoughts on “Climategate 2.0: Praying for the ‘Day After Tomorrow’ to work”

  1. Believe the Lord can take care of the Earth until the millenium. Would rather folks pray for other peoples souls than the earth. Of course a lot of people already pray to Mother Nature.

  2. They were actually waiting for that farsical movie to change people? That was their last arrow in the quiver. Very weak.

  3. I worked on that film, and I had a lot of “discussions” with the producers about how sloppy the science in that movie was (I worked for NASA before I went into film). But they were not interested in science, only getting the “message” out that director Roland Emmerich and his good buddy Al Gore wanted to get out.

  4. […] we dont take seriously enough our God-given responsibility to care for the Earth […] 500 million people are expected to watch The Day After Tomorrow. We must pray that they pick up that message.

    “… the resultant ideal sustainable population is hence
    more than 500 million but less than one billion.”
    – Club of Rome,
    Goals for Mankind
    source
    http://green-agenda.com/

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