Benefits of a Warmer World

Discussion in 'Environment' started by Mr. Right, Jul 14, 2008.

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    If you can grow citrus in Siberia, it's a good thing.

    Have any of these scientists looked at the benefits to "Climate Change"?

    They're too busy counting the funding they get from their governments to even look at the possibility that this had happened before and was a good thing.

    7000 years ago the planet was warmer than it is now.

    How do I know this?

    The ice currently melting on the poles has tree stumps under it.

    This means that there was seasonal changes on the poles.

    The trees are dated and are 7000 years old.

    Right next to he giant Polar Palm trees sat a primitive 4 wheel drive Cadillac.:D

    Yes the evil mammoth SUV's are thawing out and coming back to life and will run you down [they're also equipped with guns and tobacco products and they are lubricated with trans fats so look out]!

    Liberals are so crazy. They will buy anything if it comes from an aging hippie prof who smokes enough dope to ensure Frito Lay stays in business for decades to come.

    [No I'm not Dennis Miller]
     
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    At the risk of being labeled an heartless GW non believer, I will say I am sure Greenland will enjoy GW.
     
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    It was named Greenland for a reason ya know.
     
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    No doubt, and it was not all the ice :)
     
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    I wonder if it would have been named Whiteland if it was discovered a few hundred years later.
     

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