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To: rktman

Hey John, answer me one question please, what natural action created the Great Lakes?

For bonus points, how many SUVs were around at the time?

For extra extra points, were humans around at the time?

A. Glaciers
Bonus 1 - none
Bonus 2 - none

Conclusion, ice ages come and go without “man” having to do do anything.

Is global warming man made - no.
Is global warming a bad thing? The end of the last mini-ice age marked great progress for mankind, so I would think some global warming would be a good thing.

Final conclusion, those that believe in man made global warming either are stupid or have found a way to make money off it.

Then some could be in both categories.


28 posted on 10/30/2013 9:45:23 AM PDT by CIB-173RDABN (I do not doubt that our climate changes. I only doubt that anything man does has any effect.)
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To: CIB-173RDABN

The sun’s activity does more to affect cycles (because that energy affects ocean currents and the atmosphere) than any amount of energy man can generate to change the weather.

Volcanoes and super-volcanoes do more to change climate by chemicals than man could ever hope to do, in just one massive blast. Show me one year of man’s work in the historical record surpassing one year of change after krakatoa’s eruption. Doesn’t come close.


45 posted on 10/30/2013 10:30:34 AM PDT by Secret Agent Man (Gone Galt; Not averse to Going Bronson.)
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