posted on Jan, 26 2013 @ 08:33 PM
reply to post by Mamatus
I appreciate your taking a moment to clarify that. It does put your statements and general approach in context and that's a positive thing in how I
say it, not negative. I may still disagree with you, but heck...intelligent people can hold polar opposite opinions.
I know as I'm sure you do ..and perhaps better than I by the sound of it, that many many well educated and experienced people are working this whole
question from a number of angles. Perhaps we'll both get the answers in a definitive way within a reasonable time frame, given those efforts. (It
sounds like you don't need more but people like me must annoy to no end..lol..so answers would help quiet us down)
In a way, man made climate change is actually a far better outcome to prove than what I suspect we're actually seeing in the majority of it. Man made
can be mitigated, controlled and eventually halted if not reversed. If it's a product of natural cycle and solar influence, then we're powerless and
the natural record shows our planet having experienced what would be 'end of the world' changes within what geology would call recent times.
Of course, nothing is the actual end of the world. The Planet's still here and life still thrives. Co2 is Oxygen for plants, after all.
It's the end if OUR particular species finds the new temperature ranges intolerable tho, eh? 130 Degrees in the Middle Eastern sun is only..what? A
quirk of planetary orbits and physics from being 160 degree or 180 degree day?