After reading many posts regarding climate change on this board it has become quite evident to me, that many people have been thrown off by all the misinformation out there. Well, if you are truly interested in learning a bit more about such topics as listed below...follow the links:
Been there, read that. The problem is not lack of information. In fact, warmists have made so much of an issue of global warming, to the point where people have informed themselves, leading to the downfall of their own arguments. There were enough holes in "An Incovenient Truth" to drive a fleet of buses through.
If you are the guy holding up the "end is near" sign, you should probably have some accurate information to back yourself up, or you will soon be chalked up as a loon.
From experts at a seminar at ISU today. Since the seed of crops where planted this year the average temp in Ames has been 62 degrees.(Day and night) The average is 69 degrees to this date.
Global warming is a concern?
No matter what side of the climate change issue someone is on, I really wish people would stop making this particular argument. Average temperature over a few months at one geographic location is not an indicator of long term climate change (warming or cooling).
This year in DFW, January 1 through July 31, 2008 has been the second warmest in history. 12 out of the last 13 days have been over 100°F. I guess that cancels out Ames...
Last edited by jbhtexas; 07-31-2008 at 11:55 PM.
"Don't worry Boss...they can't do nothin' 'til they're through sparklin'..."
After extensive research, I have found this global warming that some have been preaching about. I left all my computer modeling, charts, slideshows, and chemistry lessons alone for this one time.
I found it in Washington DC and it goes by the title of ... our elected officials ! Fortunately, the hot air from Congress and the White House is only a 3 or 4 day a week deal since they take long weekends and LOTS of vacation.
They plan to recess 8 Aug.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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