Common sense is the evidence. Available at any rational ability for one to reason for himself.
I have yet to see any evidence FOR AGW. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. And yours is...where?
Why are you asking me for evidence? I haven't made any claims.
@Stoic...their evidence is made up. It's been shown time and time again the fudging of numbers to support their claims. The disregarding of satellite data that negates all they preach. Its a hoax and a scam. Spending trillions of dollars that we don't have for a .005% change by 2030. Sure, completely honest all around....
November 30, 2015 at 8:44am
Is there a possibility that once everyone goes into the lines of work you mention wages and opportunity will decrease?
No, After Nimrod’s death, his so-called mother-wife, Semiramis, propagated the evil doctrine of the survival of Nimrod as a spirit being. She claimed a full-grown evergreen tree sprang overnight from a dead tree stump, which symbolized the springing forth unto new life of the dead Nimrod. On each anniversary of his birth, she claimed, Nimrod would visit the evergreen tree and leave gifts upon it. December 25th, was the birthday of Nimrod. This is the real origin of the Christmas tree.” It is believed that Jesus was born during the Fall...read further on this.
"Although there are many stories, legends, and myths surrounding the founding of the Christmas tree, including the claim that the custom originated with Martin Luther, there is only one story rooted in a real person and a real event: Boniface, converter of the Germans, who destroyed Thor's mighty oak."
If you're interested, I can give you the source..
December 25th is only the FIRST day of Christmas, and no, it's not the day of Jesus' birth. Most people believe that Jesus was born in September.
First off, let's get some stuff straight. Christmas Day is December 25th. This is the First Day of the 12 Days of Christmas. Christmas lasts 12 days until January 5th, and ends on January 6th with the Day of the Magi. The entire season is called Advent (which means the arrival of an important or notable person).
Contrary to popular belief, it isn't JUST a celebration of Jesus' birth, but rather the entire Advent story from Mary being visited by the angel, conceiving, giving birth, all the way to the wise men showing up much later.
Again, most people believe Jesus was born in the beginning of September. This is not news to anybody. Everybody who has ever studied this topic knows Jesus was not born in December.
HOWEVER... If you go back about 9 months you will end up with late December to early January as the conception date. And that's most likely why we celebrate Christmas and Advent during that time.
Jesus never said to celebrate his birth, and we don't. We celebrate his Advent, his coming, his arrival into the world. But as Christians (especially Catholics), we believe that life doesn't begin at birth. We believe that life begins at conception. And the best guess for the conception of Jesus is December 25 - January 5, what we call the 12 Days of Christmas. The Advent season itself is about 5 and a half weeks long.
a lot of good scholars feel he was born in September, you can get this by calculating from the service of the priestly lots mentioned in Scripture. I am under the belief that the Jewish Feast days were prophetic in the life of Christ. God took on flesh and tabernacled with us easily points to the Jewish feast of Tabernacles . A Jewish custom of Christ's time was to count the gestation period , so 9 months back from a September birth would bring you to December, There is a Feast day not prescribed by the Lord but certainly celebrated by the Lord , it is Hanukkah the Feast of Lights it always falls on the 25 of Kislev . Next year it falls on December 24th. I like to think that the Light of the world was conceived by the Holy Spirit on that day. An interesting tidbit , the undergarments of the High Priest were called "swaddling cloths" when his garment wore out they would make the wicks for the Temple lamps out of them . In Scripture we are told Christ wore swaddling cloths . santa is out in my house but I do have a tree which helps me to witness for Christ as there was a tree in the garden that was part of the down fall and there was another tree that our Saviour hung from and died on which payed the price for us . Merry Hanukkah to all.
 November 30, 2015 at 8:31am
To put Christ back in Christmas you could visit www jesusbday dot com where you can purchase Jesus related clothing, accessories, and collectibles. At least that’s what their advertisement claims.