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I suggest we ignore this evidence and keep pushing the global warming/end of the world scenarios.
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Lets go nuts and pollute, waste and contaminate till we pass out!
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Yes research has shown there are cycles...but they go in thousands of years. There has been a thousand year change in the last hudred years as far as glacier ice melt goes. the cause of this rapid change hasn't really been explained though the warmer temps in the poles are probably why. Which would be...global warming.
I see you used this sentence and these words to describe "Global Warming"

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...hasn't really been explained
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Bravo. If you read the article, you'll see that some people have actually done some research, and found data to suggest that what you are probably guessing, is actually wrong
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Yes research has shown there are cycles...but they go in thousands of years. There has been a thousand year change in the last hudred years as far as glacier ice melt goes. the cause of this rapid change hasn't really been explained though the warmer temps in the poles are probably why. Which would be...global warming.
That's very funny seeing as 1000 years ago no one was recording data from the polar ice caps.
We as humans must think we know everything, and without this urge civilization would not expand.
They are wrong and their scientific models are wrong. They are playing God, and they are predicting things that they have no control over.
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I see you used this sentence and these words to describe "Global Warming"




Bravo. If you read the article, you'll see that some people have actually done some research, and found data to suggest that what you are probably guessing, is actually wrong
The temps are rising in the polar regions far faster then they historically have...that is fact. What is unknown is the cause. So there is definately global warming, but that is only "global warming". If you capitalize it, Global Warming is the alarmist thing saying that humans are causing it. I don't know if I believe that or not...all I can see is the data that things started changing in cohersion with humans hitting the industrial age. However, I also know that your average large vulcanic eruption will let loose more carbon into the air then all the cars in the world will in a year or so. So the ecosystem should be able to counter it to some exent since such a thing is natural as well.

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That's very funny seeing as 1000 years ago no one was recording data from the polar ice caps.
We as humans must think we know everything, and without this urge civilization would not expand.
They are wrong and their scientific models are wrong. They are playing God, and they are predicting things that they have no control over.
We can do things like take glacier ice core samples and look at geological stratums to see far into the past.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 7/28/11 at 1:35pm
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This whole thing is like the magnetic north and south pole rotating every few thousand years. People were freaking out that the poles switching would cause some crazy apocalyptic event that would wipe humans and animals from the face of the Earth.

I was surprised that the UN computer models didn't look at simulation tests performed by scientists of private groups and companies that found with ANOVA simulations that the polar ice caps melting and the change in the climate was not caused by a "global warming" event!

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That's very funny seeing as 1000 years ago no one was recording data from the polar ice caps.
We as humans must think we know everything, and without this urge civilization would not expand.
They are wrong and their scientific models are wrong. They are playing God, and they are predicting things that they have no control over.
Nobody was around 4.5 billion years ago to observe the formation of the earth either...

Just sayin'
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This good or bad?
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We haven't been monitoring weather data long enough to come to any conclusions. This "warming" could be a natural cycle for the Earth or the Sun. I know that most of the record high temperatures were documented as being in the 30's. Where the hell did that heat go? It went away for 70 years and came back. I wouldn't be surprised if it went away again.
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Global warming is a farce. Humans have only around 2-3 centuries of records on climate data. That means we truly can't judge what is happening. THis could be normal, and besides all your precious polar bears don't live on the ice. It is just there hunting grounds.
    
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