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kgfisher wrote: »
Why is JTR's comment so hard for so many people to fathom?
LiveLine wrote: »
because it's reasonable and makes sense :wink
dewyafish wrote: »
I read that since we raise cattle for food and milk that the excess methane gas they produce are accelerating Global Warming/Climate change at and alarming rate.
I saw this on the internet so it has to be true.
Saltygatorvet wrote: »
Oh and don't forget the last 3 winters have been nice long cold winters. And if you believe in climate change, you are a liberal Hilary supporter. What dummy could possibly believe that humans are contributing to a climate that is exactly the way it was 200 years ago.
CMB wrote: »
Something is going on. I don't know what. But, seems like summers are hotter than they were when I was a kid. Used to, it would just rain. Now when it rains, it storms. Just think about the number of motor vehicles, roads, houses and buildings there are compared to 40 years ago. all produce heat. Seems the temperature difference in town is hotter than it is outside of town away from all the motor vehicles, asphalt, and concrete. And we don't get as much rain now a days either. just saying....
beer thirty wrote: »
Could be due to changes in our closest star. Not a popular theory because there is no one to blame and no money to be made.
micci_man wrote: »
Not sure where you were the last 3 winters Salty, especially this past but it surely wasn't long and cold. In my neck of the woods we had 3 frosts, 3. Mosquitos never even got knocked back.
Micci, it was sarcasm
Gafftop Sail Cat wrote: »
Global Warming is much better for everyone than global cooling. So we have that going for us!
The Quaternary period of geologic time, the last 1.8 million years of earth history, was characterized by multiple episodes of glaciation and deglaciation resulting from extreme fluctuations in the global climate. The Quaternary is further subdivided into the Pleistocene epoch, better known as the ice ages, and the Holocene epoch, the last 10,000 years of earth history. The Holocene is the time of warm global climates associated with the ongoing interglacial time period (between major glacial episodes) and has been witness to the development of modern civilization.
Funny part is politicians in this country think they can vote to change the world’s climate to be an ideal climate.
“Everyone behaves badly--given the chance.”
― Ernest Hemingway
ferris1248 wrote: »
Personally I agree with Woodsrunner although I probably lean towards a little more influence by us humans. How much? Nobody really knows but it can't hurt to implement common sense approaches to reducing our influence.
As for the stumps offshore, that may be the result of constantly shifting shorelines due to erosion as much as levels rising.. One shore line recedes, another shoreline extends.
Saltygatorvet wrote: »
Ive heard a lot about eroding shorelines, but never if a shoreline extending. Do you know of any particular shoreline that is extending? I sure can't find anything in it
hooknreds wrote: »
I don't know about your first 6 posts but #7 sure was intelligent.
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