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I love it! It's always so interesting to see individuals who think they know something about physical chemistry make fools of themselves. UV doesn't come from the sun? Then where the heck does it come from, UV trees? Oxygen doesn't burn. It supports burning (oxidation). The cause of this 300 year or so oscillation of global temperature by a few degrees F is not well understood. It certainly is not a greenhouse gas effect, since the temperature changes before the CO2 level changes. This warm period of the last 10,000 years is not the normal temperature of the globe. The normal temperature is ice age. Out of a 400,000 year cycle, the globe spends about 300,000 years at ice age temperatures.
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