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  1. I know ‘climate change” is big in the news but most people really don’t believe it is happening. In point of fact Dunagins’ article is full of misstatements and “hooie”.
    The Michael Mann hockey stick is debunked. In fact we are in a cooling trend now for some years. The Polar ice cap is expanding. Before the adjustments in observed data the hottest decade on record was the thirties. The enormous treasure being spent on new and more evil ways to tax us and increase the cost per kilawatt are unsustainable. Lack of proper power sources that are affordable has kept the third world in the third world.
    Wake Up! We exhale co2, trees inhale co2, trees exhale oxygen, we inhale oxygen. Co2 levels are a good thing. Better crop yields.
    In the 70’s we were headed for an ice age in ten years. In 2000 Gore said we’d be water skiing in the florida swamps. This has been proven false, just like all the other gloom and doom weather predictions that failed to materialize. Observed weather is consistant with the weather we have been having for thousands of years.
    The “Settled Scientists” need to either step up and prove their hypothesis with real science, or close their pie holes and read what ’25 NASA Scientists’ say about ” climate change ”
    Another thing; scientists who make money (grants, etc..) on the theology of climate change are cheating themselves out of doing real research that might change the world in a good way rather than cheating the poor.

    1. Michael Downs:

      I can’t imagine how some people sincerely believe that the climate is cooling, given that data examined by scientists throughout the world point toward a warming Earth. Some of the serious questions now under investigation: How fast will average temperatures rise? What will be the local effects of changing weather patterns? How will various plants and animals be affected?

      I always try to show where I get my information when writing about issues. That’s the least I expect from someone who comes on my blog to tell me that I am not reporting things accurately. So, please, do share your sources of information.

      I try to keep an open mind, but your comments sound like a mishmash of anti-climate-change rhetoric with little basis in fact. Perhaps you would benefit by checking out some of the information sources I mentioned in Water Ways two weeks ago. Our society really needs people to become more educated about climate change and science in general.

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