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 Post subject: Re: Climate change (also known as Global Warming)
PostPosted: March 25th, 2014, 3:57 pm 
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For example at 10:20 they show a temperature graph showing the MWP being warmer than "Now", however the graph stops at 1950.

It's a non-scientific piece of clap-trap.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change (also known as Global Warming)
PostPosted: March 25th, 2014, 4:16 pm 
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Justin O'Brien wrote:
Ex-racer wrote:
For anyone who would rather read a summary of the video - The Great Global Warming Swindle :-
http://summary4.blogspot.ca/2011/11/gre ... mmary.html

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Among the errors in that article is this
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The man-made climate change hypothesis is based on the belief that carbon dioxide produced by the burning of fossil fuels during industrialization has caused the global temperature to rise by approximately 0.5 degrees Celsius since the mid-1800s. However, on a global scale, industrial production was still in its infancy in the early 1900s, being restricted to a few countries, and even these were hampered by war and economic depression.
The use of coal had already been going for a century at full steam before gas and diesel and this global warming trend has been building since the early 1700s with a short cooling in the early 1800s. It's a correlation only, but the spike over the last 40 years is geologically unprecedented.

From every source of information I've ever read or heard, there seems to be no discussion with science behind it to show whether a warming or cooling is either a bad thing or a good thing. Unless I can be convinced that a rising sea level is bad and thats not likely.

I can't see what they were burning in 1900 or earlier having much of an affect because it is not simply a matter of what is being burned but more a question of what and how much.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change (also known as Global Warming)
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Always a good option for everyone is trying to Go Green and start at your home, be a model for your community. This is some place we need to save for our future. Show what has to be done to the younger generations. While on such a search gathering info for a small project that I have in mind for my community, I came across the trash removal team’s blog entry - http://www.redbins.ca/6-ways-go-green-home/ - which gives some ideas that can be used to achieve Green Environment at our homes. I would be using this entry to create few infographic posters that I plan on sharing with the internet resource to empower the minds of the people.

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