Global Warming?

Discussion in 'Global Warming' started by Art Delfo, Jun 26, 2006.

  1. Art Delfo

    Art Delfo It is dark

    During January where i live we had a log string of warm days. April was very dry this year and now we are having long thunder storms? Is this because of Global Warming?
  2. NavierStokes

    NavierStokes Member

    There's a lot of hysteria and hyperbole around lately about global warming, especially since the Al Gore movie. Don't fall for it. The Arctic was warmer in the 1930's than it is today. Sea level have been rising a few millimeters per year for the past 100's of years, long before CO2 and industrialization. Climate is always changing. It was warm during the Roman period and again about AD 1000 when the Vikings colonized Greenland. It was cold (The little Ice Age) during our American Revolution - remember Valley Forge?. Remember, it's not a question of whether the climate it getting warmer. Everyone agrees it is, even the skeptics (about 0.6 deg C in the past century). The real question is whether it is anthropomorphic (i.e. caused by mankind), and if it is caused by man, is the culprit CO2 greenhouse gas or changes of land use. (e.g clearing forests for farmland). Also, remember that CO2 is a minor greenhouse gas. More than 90% of the greenhouse warming is cause by water vapor.
  3. yarrow_sun

    yarrow_sun Member

    Do some research and decide your opinion for yourself.
  4. zeppelin kid

    zeppelin kid Member

    Don't fall for it? What are you trying to prove? Your acting as if our governments are trying to make us believe in global warming for their own evil reasons when in fact there is so much evidence linking Earths rapid warming to Humans that you would be a fool to sit here and tell people off. Because thats exactly what you are, a fool, who wants to be that one guy who has a different opinion and then have the nerve to try and back it up by what one scientist said. Just go away. Nobody wants to hear your propaganda bull crap. Your unwanted in this forum.

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