posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 05:42 PM
"Climate Change" seems more appropriate. I see it this way: The climate changes seasonally (i.e., Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall). I would expect this
same process to take place on a much larger scale, where our decades/centuries are viewed as seasons in and of themselves. When we have a "Summer
Century", global temperatures will be warmer. Likewise, when we have a "Winter Century", global temperatures will be cooler.
Global temperatures are cyclic...as explained above. The scale of this is yet to be determined. I use decade and century in the example, but it could
well be millennium.
Most importantly, is that ANYONE who looks at the data compiled by "global warming enthusiasts" and agrees, is also a person that is not thinking on
the grander scale of things. I say that it would take hundreds, if not thousands, of years of compiling data on climate before anyone can make a
legitimate statement on this topic.