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Carbon not Culprit in Global Warming, Science Is Say Scientists

ReddestNeck Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 1:46 AM
The hilly head said "No one disputes that the earth has warmed and cooled in the past. But the rate we are now seeing warming is unprecedented Was the [Medieval Warming Period] warmer than today? Possibly, but it was not a global effect and the rate at which it happened was much slower. In any case, we are on a track to be far warmer, globally, than the MWP very soon--and it will keep getting warmer after that" Let me ask, first where and how did Hilly's alleged science map out the geological scope of the Medieval Warming Period; and second in the context of what extensive body of data is the current variation in global temperature "unprecedented." We didn't have weather stations back at the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Bill906 Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 5:03 AM
It has to have been just a local effect. Otherwise it would contradict the revealed truth of St. Algore.
And those pesky stories of things like Greenland being named because it was a green land or wine being made in British monasteries?
Nothing to see there, move along.
rvacman Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 7:35 AM
Why don't you care enough about your children's future to learn about global warming? Why do you hate your kids? You need a BATTA-BING-WI!TCH-SLAP!! Here it is.

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...