Searching for Answers Saturday

Is it really global ‘warming’…

Newly Identified Plesiosaur Swam in Cold Polar Waters
Scientists have identified a new species of ancient aquatic reptile that swam the seas when dinosaurs still ruled the Earth.
Dubbed Umoonasaurus, the creature lived in waters off the coast of what is now Australia 115 million years ago, when the continent was located much closer to Antarctica than it is now.

…or global ‘GLIDING‘ ~ the ongoing refrain from “I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet”? Australian waters that were once polar are now balmy and NOT because of carbon fuels or the ozone depletion. Balmy because ALL of Australia left the area. Get my drift?

Pretty inconvenient if true…
I’m sure I’m not the only psuedo-scientist to have noticed, but I AM the only one clever enough to mention it. So it’s MY theory ~



7 Responses to “Searching for Answers Saturday”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    Scientists today released their idea of what Umoonasaurus looked like.

  2. I’ve always been partial to the theory of Continental Drip.

  3. Carola says:

    I’m on board for Global Gliding. If we can only stop the movement of the continents we might be able to solve that pesky earthquake problem. Not to mention the warming of continents that glide into the tropics.

  4. John says:

    So you’ve just found an excuse for sitting on your a$$ and waiting for the world to come to you?
    I know lots of teenagers who will give you undying gratitude for that…

  5. RebeccaH says:

    Global gliding. I like it!

  6. Thank you for that vote of confidence, Rebecca. It’s taken years of hard thinking, drinking and work to reach my theory’s unassailable position:

    If you don’t like the weather? Move.

    Glide on, fellow earthling.

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