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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    When they start eliminating organizations in the gov. the first to go after the DOE should be thr EPA.....talk about a corrupt organization that will do or say anything to get money.........
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by repeter View Post
    Really, its a matter of time. The effects will be minimal for most people, especially for the Western countries. For undeveleoped countries, however, the monsoons and floods will wreck havoc.
    Since no one has found a causal link between real-life monsoons and human CO2 emissions, I must assume you are engaging in nothing more than rank speculation.

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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    The Earth has been warmer in the past while CO2 levels were much lower. So, it's fairly obvious that the 100 year warming trend we are seeing can be explained without human CO2 emissions.
    Look over what I've explained twice (maybe three times) now. The answer is in there. Go ahead and ask if you can't find it.
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Since no one has found a causal link between real-life monsoons and human CO2 emissions, I must assume you are engaging in nothing more than rank speculation.
    Again, the answer is in the explanations I gave. If you want me to re-explain it, just ask.
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by repeter View Post
    Look over what I've explained twice (maybe three times) now. The answer is in there. Go ahead and ask if you can't find it.
    Smug teenager,

    I understand your explanation perfectly. What you don't seem to understand is that there is currently no way to determine if the process you describe has had a measurable effect on global climate or temperatures. I understand the theoretical implications of your explanation (assuming a linear progression), but there is no real world data to support your inferences.

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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by repeter View Post
    Again, the answer is in the explanations I gave. If you want me to re-explain it, just ask.
    Then show me some real world data to support the inferences you have made.

    If there is a causal link between human CO2 emissions and monsoons it shouldn't be that hard to find.

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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Where does it say how large a part it is?
    It is listed as just one of many other components of their analysis.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1058562821
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Sounds like you have a conspiracy theory with co2
    No, what we have is a consensus in the scientific world that is being acted on.

    The ones that think the whole world is conspiring with Al Gore is where the conspiracy theories come into play. But hey, some people still do not believe in evolution. So what you are you gonna do!
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Smug teenager,

    I understand your explanation perfectly. What you don't seem to understand is that there is currently no way to determine if the process you describe has had a measurable effect on global climate or temperatures. I understand the theoretical implications of your explanation (assuming a linear progression), but there is no real world data to support your inferences.

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    A person who actually understands science.
    There's your problem. You assume its a linear process. Thats one of the hard things in terms of understanding the problem in environmental studies. There are so many variables which have various input into the equation.

    If you understand my explanation, then you obviously would know that the process is in fact taking place. And if you read my explanation, you would have seen how I pointed out this process would take hundreds of years to become truly apparent. The recent snow storm is just a small part of an incredibly complex biosphere.

    And don't waste your time playing the inexperience card on me, it just makes you look like you are desperate to prove yourself smarter then a high schooler.
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    Re: Is Global Warming a myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Then show me some real world data to support the inferences you have made.

    If there is a causal link between human CO2 emissions and monsoons it shouldn't be that hard to find.
    The influences I've made? Do you perhaps mean inferences?

    If you do, you've already stated that you understand my explanation, and to understand is hardly a far cry from agreeing with. Already, you agree with my logic in this situation. Therefore, as pointed out in my logic previously, this is in fact taking place, rate and casuality chain aside. It is merely a matter of time before the data becomes clear.
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