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Carbon not Culprit in Global Warming, Science Is Say Scientists

ReddestNeck Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 12:23 AM
Much of the warmist panic is apparently under the assumption that the earth is just a stupid wet rock and wasn't "made" to deal with such things as the fires and breaths of a billion human beings. Oh, we saw the ice get thinner, therefore this must go on at a linear trend! God forbid some other mechanism kick in and eat up both the carbon and the heat, God's not THAT smart is He?
Samoht Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 1:46 AM
Sure if you prefer to believe some 'watchmaker' made this planet with the intent to deal with humanities sudden release of vast amounts of CO2, stored for hundreds of millions of years, sure, then anything is possible in the world of yours.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 1:49 AM
We have excellent evidence of it. However if you begin with a materialistic world view, by axiom you will never be able to conclude something that involves spirit. Spirit however is not a theorem; it is a postulate. Anyhow yeah you and your companions are running panicked at the idea that the world will fall apart any moment now, its luck having sufficed to bring humanity where it is, but now not at all averse to going south as drastically as it likes.
gofer Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 7:20 PM
The earth has greened-up because that's what CO2 does, make plants prosper. There's no reason to believe that it does anything but cause a tiny bit of warming. Human produced CO2 only accounts for about 3% of total CO2 produced. Water vapor is the main greenhouse gas and it's the key ingredient in the AGW theory. Without an increase in water vapor, nothing happens.

A new paper that recently replaced the old paper that settled the science of global warming is now out - and not a moment too soon, either.

Because the new paper essentially says: “Um, guys? Never mind.” :/).

Ok, they don't really say that, but actually they really do. 

“Sea level rise is one of the big issues of global warming. It could potentially swamp coastal cities or make them far more vulnerable to storms, such as Hurricane Katrina,” says Science World Report, apparently a wholly owned division of Wayne’s World Publishing, operating under the motto...