Let's talk reality here and not beasts. Science has a lot of good things to offer when they come up with empirical evidence. When they come up with "might be, could be, I think maybe" then it's only logical to question their beliefs. Questioning climate change is no less whacky than questioning religion. It's not a science, it's a religion or belief.<quoted text>
Great Lakes beer is an excellent American made beer. Dortmunder Gold is my favorite by them. They have some seasonals that hit 9% alc. Sure if you drink a six of it you'll pee a lot but you'll also have to close one eye to hit the bowl.
I'm thinking that disagreeing with the overwhelming majority of the scientific community with a twisted logic that includes demonic forces and the number of the beast tossed in is anti-science.
I can use nature and the hundreds of unbelievable things that happen every day on this planet to make my case that there is a God. But I can't prove it. I can't bring him to the bar and introduce him to everybody. People who believe in UFO's can make some very interesting points. But they can't prove there are aliens from outer space. People who believe in the supernatural can come up with some interesting stories and findings about ghosts. But they can't prove there are any ghosts. The same holds true with Climate Change.
Watch yourself drinking tonight if you are driving. The cops are everywhere and looking for a reason to impress their bosses.