On Mon, 7 May 2018 18:21:48 -0000 (UTC), "Dove Tail"
Scientific American had an excellent article about it some years ago
before we were blaming CO2 on Hummers. The conclusion them was it is
caused by the rise in agriculture and destruction of native forests
and turf land. They explain a farm harvests the crop and turns the
rest under, just about the time it starts being a decent CO2 sink.
Even if you do blame it on man's activity, the more people who are
here the more activity they will have so the hypothesis holds.
Of course it doesn't help that countries like Brazil are burning the
rain forest and draining wet lands to grow sugar for motor fuel.
On Mon, 7 May 2018 23:52:43 -0000 (UTC), "Dove Tail"
OK put your money where your mouth is
Scientific American March 2005
How Did Humans First Alter Global Climate?
It will cost you $8 to read it.
Free articles that refer to burning the rain forest are here.
Stop getting your science information from the daily KOS and you won't
look so stupid.
On Tue, 08 May 2018 16:38:08 -0400, email@example.com wrote in
Saw this posted in another thread:
MAN-MADE climate warming/change is junk science used by big-government
tax and spend politicians and special interest groups to justify
massive new taxes and government control (e.g. gas cans, light bulbs
and carbon taxes). Indeed, many of the UN-IPCC input data assumptions
used in the Global Warming Climate Change computer models are
egregiously unrealistic, e.g. CO2 uptake via the global ocean/air
interface, effects of solar activity, very limited data sampling,
sub-surface ocean current movement changes, chronic underestimate of
methane effects, variability of volcanic ash and CO2 ejection, methane
overestimation, etc. There are many others. As the developers of
computer models like to say: "Garbage in, garbage out".
Web based forums are like subscribing to 10 different newspapers
and having to visit 10 different news stands to pickup each one.
On Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 4:53:52 PM UTC-4, CRNG wrote:
Exactly what the consequences will be, no one knows. But it's indisputable,
sound science that the co2 concentration has risen sharply, to levels not
seen in over half a million years and that change is due to burning carbon
fuels over just the last 100 years. Co2 cycles in the past took tens of tho
usands of years or more to change as much.
On Tue, 8 May 2018 23:07:31 -0000 (UTC), "Dove Tail"
It didn't look the same (the graphics are different) but I also did
not read the whole link you posted and compare it word for word to the
magazine. I did agree it was the same guy and the same hypothesis.
What the fuck do you want from me? At a certain point you just want to
fight and insult.
Global warming is more of a real estate problem than a human survival
problem. If it gets warmer, crops and people will move north and
farther inland. This really affects temperate and arctic regions more
than the tropics anyway. There will be a lot of people on the coasts
who have to move and there will be ocean front property in Orlando.
The biggest problem is with the people who have to move across
national borders but it is still a migration, not an extinction and it
will happen over centuries not years.
On Monday, May 7, 2018 at 9:22:39 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That's assuming that the only effects are warming and sea level rise,
which is very optimistic and likely wrong. What happens if weather pattern
change that make the main food growing regions incapable of producing?
What happens if the ocean conveyor currents that we are only beginning
to understand the roles of, suddenly change or reverse? We're really
impacting things we don't fully understand.
Food will grow somewhere, like I said, it is just a real estate
problem ... but so are most wars. Mankind as a whole will be safe if
we have global warming, it is nuclear war we should be worried about.
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