posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 06:53 PM
reply to post by Darthorious
I'd like to point out that there are hundreds of objects (planets, moons, asteroids, etc.) in our solar system, and only a handful of them have shown
signs of warming: Mars (scientists believe recent dust storms may be contributing to climate changes there), Jupiter (its extremely volatile
atmosphere is likely to be the source of warming), Neptune and its moon Triton (which were recently at their closest approach to the sun), and Pluto
(I've yet to hear an explanation for its warming). More importantly, there is no evidence that Mercury and Venus, the two planets nearest the sun,
If we were seeing widespread warming throughout the solar system that would make an interesting case for non-Anthropogenic Global Warming, but, I'm
sorry, you haven't made that case...