I'm confused as well.
One party says things back when it was hot was due to normal climate.
Using the same argument, could one not say that it would be even colder if
global warming were not at work now if "normal climatology" had free reign?
I find nothing unsual about current Chicago temps as I was stationed north
of there while in the Navy in 84/85. It was 45F in one July afternon when I
got off that plane in Chicago. I was cold until I left.2 years later.
"Steve Barker" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
You know, after the Louisiana Purchase and its subsequent observations in
the past 20th century; I would think that some citing large numbers as an
unimaginable and unwieldy amount would learn from that. Evidently, that's
not the case.
Old growth, as far as CO absorption, are not as adept as new growth.
However, in the overall picture of the environment such create, I would
submit the picture is more absorption of same.
Forest fires are good for nature overall in the long run. Bad for people
who choose to build and live within that arena without a proper firebreak
for all seasons and conditions. Terribly incovenient to talk about as it
leads to the actual problem. Peoiple, too many, and too stupid.
"Dioclese" <NONE> wrote in message
wrote in message
Forest fires are natures way of renewing forests. More fundementally, they
are the way natures keeping FUEL from building up to dangerous levels.
(A bit more coherrence in your writing would be appreciated.)
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