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Re: Global Warming

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Phil in Pa

12-21-2013 14:46:23

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We've been in a cooling trend for 15 years.

The ice on the caps is increasing, as is the polar bear population.

Be careful which scientists you choose to listen to.

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12-21-2013 15:48:51

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 Re: Global Warming in reply to Phil in Pa, 12-21-2013 14:46:23  
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Thirty years ago the "scientists" predicted a global ice age.
A Youtube clip from 1974 about the coming ice age

Two years ago there was concern about a dip in solar sunspots.

This year---

Between undersea volcanos warming the oceans and the lack of solar radiation cooling the atmosphere, what's a guy to do?

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12-21-2013 15:47:56

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 Re: Global Warming in reply to Phil in Pa, 12-21-2013 14:46:23  
We all know the problem is CO2 from our soft drinks :wink:
This post was edited by spacecadet9 at 15:50:13 12/21/13.

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12-21-2013 15:01:59

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 Re: Global Warming in reply to Phil in Pa, 12-21-2013 14:46:23  
good advice, you should follow it.

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