Theology Of Global Warming Takes A Tumble

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    very interesting POV and the developments will continue... seems like the GW conventional wisdom was bogus.

     
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    It is interesting to me how complicated humans are.
    Whether or not our use of fossil fuel and other human activities are responsible for global warming, the earth is on a warming cycle. It might be wise for us to do what we can to reduce our affect on that cycle, but it seems we arent taking it very seriously, as this article seems to indicate.
     
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    If we can warm up the earth enough maybe a nuclear winter will be easier to survive. :)
     
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    The debate continues...

    Global Warming Doubt Dispelled? Not Really
    By Steven Milloy, Fox News
    August 19, 2005

    Is the debate now over for skeptics of global warming hysteria? Readers of USA Today may certainly have that impression. “Satellite and weather-balloon research released today removes a last bastion of scientific doubt about global warming, researchers say,” reported USA Today on Aug.12.

    Certainly the USA Today report was partially correct – the researchers did, in fact, “say” [read “claim”] that “the last bastion of scientific doubt” had been removed. But claims and reality often don’t match up.

    for full article: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,166150,00.html
     
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    Yes. Let's all lay down and die. Praise Death. environmentalism==nihilism.
     

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