posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 10:00 PM
originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: snarky412
The finding provides strong evidence that the Greenland Ice Sheet has persisted much longer than previously known, enduring through many past periods
of global warming.
This stands out to me.
What this implys is that we are experiencing a natural cycle and it has nothing to do with manmade, AND we are approaching an ice age.
I'm 48 and I can remember back in school, they taught about the Earth's many changes throughout the years and how over time, it will continue to
evolve/change.....whether humans are here or not
Looong before global warming was even a twinkle in Al Gore's eyes
Not sure what they teach the kids now, but it's not all Man's fault
Some it it yeah, especially as consumers get more demanding for products, hence more production
Not to mention the controversial fracking, which some scientists believe may cause tremors in prone areas
Oh don't get me wrong, humans do cause damage to Mother Earth -- YES --
But to think that we can control the Earth from doing what it has done for millions of years --change/evolve-- that is just plain arrogance!!
edit on 19-4-2014 by snarky412 because: (no reason given)