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Oklahoma Senator Tries To Use Snowball To Disprove Climate Change

Jim Inhofe, Republican Senator from Oklahoma, and serving as the current chairman for the Environment and Public Works Committee, recently brought along a snowball with him to a meeting with Congress in order to prove that the issue of global warming is not real. He also referenced bible scripture in his recent book about climate change.

According to the Huffington Post, Inhofe wrote the entire book, which is titled “The Greatest Hoax.” In it he calls all scientists 'alarmists,' who should simply be ignored by everyone. The Senator sites religion as one of his reasons for denial. "This is a fact that many alarmists forget, that God remains up there and that He has made the promise that He will maintain the season so that the heat and cold would never stop as long as the Earth is still present."

In his book, Inhofe also quoted a proclaimed favorite verse in the Bible, Genesis 8:22 in order to further prove this claim. The verse says, “As long as the earth remains, there will be springtime and harvest, Cold and heat, winter and summer.”

During a recent radio interview, it was quoted that Inhofe also said that it is completely crazy that scientists are still addressing the issue of global warming. He stated that it is extremely arrogant of humans to believe that what they are doing can alter what God has done regarding the climate. Inhofe is the chair for the Environment and Public Works Committee and is responsible for handling all environmental infrastructure issues.

Photo: Red Alert Politics

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