cite as: F. Bi. 2009. Fraser Institute uncovers yet another worldwide conspiracy? Intl. J. Inact., 2:64–66
1′ 19″: “The climate changes naturally. Always has… always will.” Oh no, not this again. As I’ve said elsewhere, it’s like arguing thus:
“Your Honour, the evidence clearly shows that the defendant is guilty of murder.”
“But, Your Honour, people die naturally all the time.”
1′ 39″: Captions: “Ft. Yukon, Alaska — 100°F — 27 June, 1915”; “Antarctica — 59°F — 5 January, 1974”; “Midale, Sask. — 113°F — 5 April, 1937”; etc. When the dates and locations are all over the place, one has to wonder: what’s the sense in throwing out all these statistics?
But the best part of the video has to be… this:
39″: The voiceover says that greenies don’t like you “all because you waste electricity” — while the screen shows a girl using an electric toothbrush (greenies: ‘bad!’), then a boy with tooth decay (greenies: ‘good!’). Hmm. It looks like the Fraser Institute’s on to something here. They’ve stumbled on to a gigantic worldwide conspiracy — the conspiracy against electric toothbrushes! No doubt this whole “environmentalism” thang is just a ploy by purveyors of non-electric toothbrushes to get government pork-barrel funding, given that their products are inferior to electric toothbrushes [RDD07] — which, by the way, are Swiss American!
How it all ties in with the Bavarian Climatati isn’t clear yet, but there’s definitely a connection. Also, contrary to what you hear in the mainstream media, toothbrushes were not invented by Al Gore.
- [RDD07] P. G. Robinson, S. A. Deacon, C. Deery, M. Heanue, A. D. Walmsley, H. V. Worthington, A. M. Glenny, and W. C. Shaw. 2007. Manual versus powered toothbrushing for oral health. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, issue 4. “The review of trials found that only rotation oscillation […] is better than manual toothbrushes at removing plaque and reducing gum inflammation, and is no more likely to cause injuries to gums.”