reply to post by audas
Perfect example of how effective mr Gore's propaganda is, if one allows it to be.
Also it's interesting that you bring up the "fully debunked" Great Global Warming Swindle
seeing as how AIT is most certainly more
I see that you have also brought up the "not natural" card. Regardless if it is natural or not, it is there, still pulling it's minor weight in the
greenhouse effect. We have 360 PPM now, 450 in the future. So what? In the mesozoic era the concentration was above 1000 PPM (2000 for a few million
years) and in the Cambrian period it was over 7000 PPM. It didn't burn the world then, and it will not now.
That reminds me, global warming has stopped. After 1998, to be exact, the world began cooling very slightly. This past winter has seen record
snowfalls, indeed it would appear the polar bears have plenty of ice to live on.
Secondly, and I have stated this in other threads; if global warming is bad, global cooling is a nightmare. If the gov't eventually does decide to
invoke it's "final measures", such as the mirroring aerosols I am beginning to hear about, it will be the end of the rainforests, and coral reefs
will undoubtedly be decimated as well. The Amazon basin will become a grassland, and the world will dry out, just like it did during all the other ice
We can only hope the the government isn't dumb enough to invoke the aerosol mirrors or space umbrellas over one particularly hot summer, which some
people appear to be supporting.
Global warming as far as reasonable predictions go, on the other hand, will almost certainly leave us with more water and plant life. Rainforests will
flourish. The Gulf Stream will continue, weakened somewhat but fully intact, and we will with complete certainty be left with a still flourishing
Antarctic and Greenland (if one can call icy, desolate landscapes flourishing), though admittedly the Arctic will shrink somewhat. Plant growth will
also be puncuated, and already has, by the extra CO2. Undoubtedly warming will be as great a benefit to humanity as it was in the Medieval Warm
Meanwhile, Goreists, fueled by the idea that they are somehow helping someone, will continue to spend billions of dollars as real problems - such as
direct persecution of animals and rainforest destruction - go unnoticed, eclipsed by the AGW hysteria. And by the way, would you mind bringing up that
"science" that supports AGW? Oh and the "hockey stick" won't cut it, by the way.
Don't bother telling me, again, that I'm the problem, that I'm the denier.