Skip to comments.Climategate: What We Should Be Doing About Natural Climate Change
Posted on 02/24/2010 7:24:43 AM PST by KippLanham
arths climate changes are extraordinarily complex phenomena. They represent decadal, to millennial, to epochal changes in weather patterns as nature continuously attempts to compensate for solar heating imbalances in and between the atmosphere and oceans.
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adaptation is the answer always has been and it is how we have survived. No need for taxes and regulations to save us from the climate.
If they really wanted to do something they would figure out how to terraform another planet that is the only way we ever have the experience to even begin to understand our climate and how we could positively impact it.
Funny thing about the weather right now...I remember these kinds of crazy storms when Carter was President? Does anyone else remember that?
Yikes. The years of the blizzards across the Midwest. My parents finally decided to walk to the grocery store (about two miles) and use my sled to haul back groceries because the streets weren't drivable yet without a four wheel drive. I walked along and in the end my dad had to drag the sled loaded up with groceries and two kids. :-).
Ironic how horrible weather coincides with horrible socialist presidents...lol
Tree shade helps.
As to LED lightbulbs vs. filament bulb, pffft.
Europe also wanted to see a reason to end American’s reliance on airconditioning.
You can’t just set your temperature at what you want.
You can’t just flush the loo as you please.
Our standard of living is too good. Our president has said so.
I still can’t believe how little press Climategate is getting. Up here the zealots are still clueless. Even if they did hear about it, they would remain in denial.
We pull out of the UN and kick the UN out of the US... that is what we do... but we will not.
What we should be doing about natural climate change?????
We should be adapting to and enjoying it...
I remember doing this with my dad in the fifties....In the Tennessee mountains.....
Central Michigan, early January, 1978.
I remember watching fellow students swan dive from the second floor of the science building into snow drifts. First time -ever- classes were cancelled at the college.
We have no idea what we’re doing. What should we do? Nothing.
Okay, maybe buy a sweater or a pair of shorts. Just in case.
...and lefty whack jobs need something to believe. Be it UFOs, Sasquatch or Climate change.
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