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reply to post by theantediluvian
If you wish to pursue that avenue than I would ask you, why not?
How would a temperature increase of say 10 degrees annually affect humans? I live in Arizona so that would still leave the majority of the world far cooler than what I experience.
We live just fine in Arizona by the way.
I believe the shift in terminology from "Global Warming" to "Global Climate Change" was made to more adequately reflect to scope of change.
reply to post by Spookybelle
Isn't the reasoning behind keeping a low temp based on keeping the ice from melting, and subsequently flooding us out?
HA! You really think limiting atmospheric CO2, aka playing God and being greater than nature, will prevent the inevitable?
Do you even know what a history book is? I suggest you find out, and start reading, because in the past, it was much warmer, and sea levels much higher, all with lower atmospheric CO2 than today...
You might be interested to know that today, right now, the Antarctic ice sheet is growing in mass, and it is getting colder on average at the South Pole.
Publication Date: Jul 14, 2012