posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 11:59 AM
The failures of the Global Warming model shouldn't negate the fact that climate changes are taking place. Global warming is real, it just isn't the
only thing going on. Are these changes a perfectly normal function of Earth? I suppose. Well, we at least know that it has occurred periodically
throughout Earth's past. But "normal" in some good and welcomed kind of way? Not necessarily. Getting diarrhea is a normal part of life. I'd still
rather prevent it.
When the word "change" is used, I assume people mean changes that are within the context of mankind and recorded history as well as their own
experiences, going back to their grandparent's time and such. It is the impact on people that is of concern here. The Earth always seems to bounce
back, of course. But Earth's organisms? Not as much.
While debates of the causes and frequency of climate changes go on, the changes keep coming. Mainstream science and media outlets acknowledge studies
) that show that the world is going to be a very different
place 50 to a 100 years from now. Many say less time than that. But, c'mon, really? If researchers really had all that data, data that industry is
sweeping under the rug while the government turns a blind eye, the numbers would probably be more ominous. These companies aren't required to
disclose the many ways they use this planet as a toilet.
The theory that best explains most of the anomalies we're seeing, from everything I've read, is
glacial isostatic adjustment
. If you research it, new islands suddenly turning up will
take on new meaning, interesting possibilities at least. I mean, they've had these satellites a long time. It's at least worth pondering.