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'Humans Causing Global Warming' - Fiction?

Discussion in 'Gold Cafe' started by JuniperPark, Sep 11, 2006.

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  1. JuniperPark

    JuniperPark Exclusive Member

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    I'm no scientist, but I thought it was odd to keep hearing that the whole
    'humans are causing global warming' theory is "undisputed", when I keep
    hearing sane, educated people disputing the idea which facts and references
    to studies. When I was a kid they were telling us the earth was COOLING, and
    that our fluorocarbons in spray cans were to blame for letting heat out by
    thinning the ozone layer... so now it's suddenly a different (and opposing)
    story?

    If you haven't heard, that chart constantly used in the news from Nature
    Magazine showing global temperatures spiking over the last few years have
    been proven to be faked, and now even Discovery Channel is asking people to
    not use the term "Global Warming" and call it "Climate Shift" instead.
    Apparently the "shrinking glaciers" we keep read about have been shrinking
    for centuries, and in fact many are growing. But, there is a lot of money
    to be make and votes to be earned by keeping this myth going, so it's worth
    looking into.

    This Australian scientist built a web page which pretty well sums it all up:
    http://home.austarnet.com.au/yours/Greenhouse_Bullcrap.htm
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