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    Quote Originally Posted by rgoziner View Post
    Sunspots, solar flares, the next solar cycle, and how the Sun affects weather

    Solar cycles have nothing to do with global warming. The sun has nothing to do with global warming.
    This is correct. There is a difference between weather and climate.

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    Damn that sun!!
    What cracks me up is that some activists in the US want to turn us back to the stone ages, but China, India, (both these especially) and a host of other nations have no will, ability or intent to discontinue the use of fossil fuels. Even if we were appreciably increasing the average temperatures, we (the US) could cease to exist and there would be no significant improvement. Oh wait....
    Isn't that just what China wants? An end to the USA (political system) so that they can realize their goal of world domination.
    Naw, couldn't be that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgoziner View Post
    Sunspots, solar flares, the next solar cycle, and how the Sun affects weather

    Solar cycles have nothing to do with global warming. The sun has nothing to do with global warming.

    Carbon has everything to do with global warming!
    Gore Invests In Carbon Credit Company, Will Media Care? | NewsBusters.org
    Tell that to the folks on Mercury and Pluto.
    "When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout." Robert A. Heinlein

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRude1 View Post
    We absolutly have global climate change

    ITS CALLED NATURE and it happens
    Exactly. The hubris of those who think that we have the power to so directly and drastically affect the global climate just amazes me.

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    I started calling it a scam when Algore, poster child for Global warming, net worth went up 50x. EDITORIAL: Global warming winners - Washington Times
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen711 View Post
    Exactly. The hubris of those who think that we have the power to so directly and drastically affect the global climate just amazes me.
    We're not going to be able to drastically effect global climate until sometime after someone figures out how to reliably model the global weather. Being able to reliably predict rain would be a start; being able to reliably predict the path of a hurricane would be another start. For the most part, the Old Farmer's Almanac is as reliable as your local weatherman.
    "When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout." Robert A. Heinlein

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    What is all the alarm about? The temps were higher on average during the height of the Roman Empire, and then again during the Middle Ages. Vikings colonized Iceland, which was green, Greenland, which was green, and sailed to Ellesmere Island to trade with the Inuits.
    "It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere." Voltaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus View Post
    What is all the alarm about? The temps were higher on average during the height of the Roman Empire, and then again during the Middle Ages. Vikings colonized Iceland, which was green, Greenland, which was green, and sailed to Ellesmere Island to trade with the Inuits.
    These are the easiest examples for people to understand when it comes to natural climate shift - Viking farms in Greenland and bountiful vineyards in England.

    Climategate – Greenland Another Inconvenient Truth Tory Aardvark

    RealClimate: Medieval warmth and English wine
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    Must be the Time Machines causing it. Al Gore and all his eviron-MENTAL cronies have been having beach parties in Alaska again.

    BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | North Pole 'was once subtropical'
    Tolerance is rarely practiced by those who demand it.

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