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Nvidia's GTX400 series has already done the damage, past the point of no return.
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Lets go nuts and pollute, waste and contaminate till we pass out!
Revving liek mad bro I tell ya
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To explain perhaps better using a metaphor: Think of the sun as a fire, and the Earth is a piece of meat you want to grill over that fire. The grill's lid is the Earth's atmosphere. Without the grill's lid, the meat would be burnt on one side, and raw on the other. But utilizing the grill's lid and setting the dampener and using a pan or foil (other atmosphiric settings), you can cook the meat through.

To continue on the cooking thought, why use a rotisserie? On an open flame, the rotisserie allows the meat to cook evenly, even though it is cold on one side, and hot on the other.

Think of solar winds much like the wind we experience, but for us to experience it correctly, it has to pass through a heat source. If there is no wind all that is felt is ambient heat from the source. With wind, the heat can be much more because it is directed toward, or less if directed away from the spot you sit.

Earth is sitting pretty close to the sun, so it will always feel heat. The question is what does that heat do when the winds whip it around the Earth - how warm will it keep the back-side of Earth? The side that is supposed to allow the heat to dissipate.

Never mind CMEs (Coronal Mass Ejection), which are like embers that are tossed out of a fire.
    
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Thanks, People are just so naive.
I saw someone say that they can take core ice from a glacier.
The amount of pressure a glacier has to go under to form kind of screws that timeline up.
Ice cores actually work perfectly well.
As do cores from the oldest living thing on the planet (Bristlecone Pine).
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Also, if all the water in the world was to be taken into the clouds and reform the water canopy, it would take exactly 40 days to fall.
Lol - which god-squad periodical 'gem' did you drag that from?
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Creationists win.
Please... tell me that that is sarcasm?
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Ice cores actually work perfectly well.
As do cores from the oldest living thing on the planet (Bristlecone Pine).

Lol - which god-squad periodical 'gem' did you drag that from?

Please... tell me that that is sarcasm?
Please don't bring opinion into science. Thanks
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Please don't bring opinion into science. Thanks
Fact.
Thanks.

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ScienceDaily (Sep. 15, 2008) — An analysis has been completed of the global carbon cycle and climate for a 70,000 year period in the most recent Ice Age, showing a remarkable correlation between carbon dioxide levels and surprisingly abrupt changes in climate."
Also refenced an article in the journal Science.

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It is difficult to give an objective answer to a question such as "how reliable" something is. Where ice cores are concerned, we can answer differently for different aspects. The exact chronology - the age of the ice and the trapped air - can vary a little, and is often adjusted when better information is available. The pattern of historic CO2 is very certain, and very reliable. We know when CO2 was high, and we know when it was low.

There is a small amount of uncertainty associated with the CO2 concentration measurements, due to experimental uncertainty and degraded ice quality. However, it is important to remember that this uncertainty is dwarfed by the magnitude of past and current CO2 changes in the atmosphere. There is no issue with separating the signal from the noise.
There is discussion and argument on both sides.

Isn't that what scientists (like yourself) are all about?

Are you a creationist?
Edited by newphase - 7/29/11 at 4:31am
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http://biblicaldiscipleship.org/cont...nosaur-mystery

Read up

This debate could go on forever and has gone on for a very long time so this is my last post.

Also I am a doctor, not a scientist.
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http://biblicaldiscipleship.org/cont...nosaur-mystery

Read up

This debate could go on forever and has gone on for a very long time so this is my last post.
Sorry - I do not read propagandist fairy tales.

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Also I am a doctor, not a scientist.
So you are as qualified as I am in this subject?
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Reposting this since everyone seems to be ignoring the link I posted previously....

http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

Here it is again so you don't miss it!

http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

And here you go!

http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/
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From Sourcewatch:
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"Global warming experts"
See Heartland's "global warming experts" list at Heartland Institute/Global warming experts.

(As a group, "Global warming experts" who minimize the risks of climate change have less expertise than those who don't.[11])

The Heartland Institute's Environmental "expert," James Taylor, is a lawyer based in Florida. Despite presenting a veneer of scientific expertise in their Environmental advocacy, the Heartland lacks any(?) scientists trained to understand climate issues.


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