reply to post by Ismail
The fact that you do not see how geology comes into play with regards to the history of climate labels you and paints a very poor picture.
You still didnt get it. Or perhaps choose not to, or your reading comprehension is lacking tremendously. I researched the subject years ago, and I
also stated that I include what I have read and heard since then.
You actually have the nerve to "label a theory as fact"?? What Hubris! There is a theory (you do know the definition, correct?) that mankind's
activities are directly responsible for climate change (cant say global warming anymore, can we?) .
It is a theory, and as such, it is not only subject to skepticism, but that is ACTUALLY A PART OF THE SCIENTIFIC PROCESS!. How dare you think that
your intellect exceeds ANYBODY'S because bud...you have put yourself in the same place as the Catholic Church during the dark ages. "You do not
agree with me??? Then you are stupid and I shall shout you down from the highest" etc etc. Really dude?
Apparently you are not too sure about yourself of you would be comfortable with your "pet" theory taking on skeptics. Apparently you are not too
I totally understand why people feel the way they do, in some cases, about climate change. The problem is we are, currently, in the Ice Age. What we
are seeing with regards to warming is not (I repeat not) outside the realm of normalcy for this period. We are currently in an interglacial
period....(ooo geology!) which means, between periods of glacial growth. IE there is nothing unusual from the macro view about glaciers melting right
now. NOTHING. There is every chance that within the next thousand, 10 thousand years that we could return to glacial growth. There is also the chance
that we could exit the Ice Age in it's entirety but that is not expected to happen for some time yet, since everything indicates that there will be a
return to glaciation. This is theory...not fact.
The climate models could not even predict the last 10 years accurately and we are supposed to believe that they know what is going to happen over the
next 100 years? Get real.
No where have I said that I believe wholeheartedly that man has had zero part in this play. What I have stated repeatedly is that we do not know
enough (oh, sorry, I forgot you know everything and can officially label a theory as FACT LOL) to accurately predict our effect on climate, let alone
include what the sun is going to do and the fact that these so called "sciency" guys are blaming it ALL on humans is suspect to the nth degree. Our
magnetosphere has been weakening and there was (perhaps still is) a hole in the magnetosphere the size of California located over the south atlantic.
They never want to discuss how that is affecting our climate. They never care to include in the discussions around solar activity either, do they?
Do they? Why is it they cannot quantify or even qualify the affects of the sun and weakening magnetosphere? Why is it they will stay away from that
to the point of ignoring any questions brought up in discussions on the subject? Why would that be? Because either they know it will shoot their
agenda to hell, or they do not know. Do not know...hmm. Wonder if that is why this is all just a theory.
So, by all means let's scrap our economy, our way of life. Let's force third world nations to stop attempting to improve their lot and while we are
at it, let's join them in the squalor based on a theory that cannot even account for all the known actors in the play? Holy crap lol Oh...and by all
means, let's force the other first world nations to comply...that's realistic, isnt it?
Well, Mr. Knowitall... perhaps you should explain to me how it is you "feel" that man has had a larger impact in climate change than the
magnetosphere and solar activity combined? Climate change has been constant long before man's hubris ever showed up, and yet now...NOW...we are
supposed to believe that climate change is man's fault.
I am sure that your mind is closed and not subject to any reevaluation of the THEORY. You would rather blame man and support the Al Gore's who are
running their agenda very nicely with the sheeple that are convinced that a theory is fact.
I actually have my own reasons, which include my training and former career, for believing as I do. I have done my homework, bought the t-shirt and
ripped it to shreds. So... Care to actually bring something to the table other than rhetoric? Seems everytime you dissect my posts I tear you a new
one. I rather enjoy it, since you got nothin. No training, no experience, no scientific background.....nothing but parroting others who write what you
want to believe. You are nothing more than an echo chamber. An empty one at that.