posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 01:05 AM
reply to post by PerfectPerception
This "research" from two unknown "researchers" looks like a fear mongering piece for the Al Gore Cult. The article makes no mention of pollutant
potentials or changes in the earth's magnetic field or the sun cycles or the possibility that we are entering a small nebula in space.
If polar bears live in a slightly warmer climate, say 2 or 3 degrees warmer, I would think there is a higher probability they would mate and produce
offspring. The offspring, because of the slightly warmer climate should increase the chances of survival. Receding ice flows would probably bring
their meals closer in to land masses and reduce the necessity for long jaunts on fully frozen wastelands.
What we've done? Tell me, have you been feeding the sun again? There are cycles in nature, how can you propose to lay blame on all of "us" if you
don't even acknowledge that simple fact of life. It would be a shame to lose Polar Bears, like all of natures creations, but can you save everything?
Do you have an "ark" someplace you're not telling us about?
Humans do not cause global warming, the sun and conditions in the gas density per cubic meter in space do. You put far too much weight on peoples
abilities to effect the environment everywhere, geez, we can't even control the weather properly. There is a ton of research on the internet backed by
the peer review of thousands of scientists that show little things like CO2 release into the atmosphere is caused by an increase in global
temperature, which is actually logical. CO2 follows temperature increase, not the other way around.
I would be more concerned about the rampant pollution, oil spills, toxic chemicals like corexit and fluoride as well as dissolving the banking
systems, putting reins on multinationals, getting the politicians out and having some good old fashioned treason trials. It's better to fix the
problems than put band-aids on the symptoms.
Cheers - Dave
edit on 2/10.2011 by bobs_uruncle because: forgot some or's