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    Global warming will affect Earth’s tilt

    Global warming will affect Earth’s tilt

    Influx Of Water From Shrinking Ice Sheets Will Change The Axis Of Rotation From The Present 23.5°

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    axis changing, climateric effects , water levels going down --- we seeing it all coming , but still cant stop

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    We need to worry more about the next ice age. We are due for one now. The interglacial period between ice ages is 10,000 years. Roughly the same amount of years since the last ice age. During the last ice, most of Europe and North America were covered by an ice sheet thousands of feet thick. Some people believe that carbon dioxide may save the world or at least extend the time before the next ice age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    We need to worry more about the next ice age. We are due for one now. The interglacial period between ice ages is 10,000 years. Roughly the same amount of years since the last ice age. During the last ice, most of Europe and North America were covered by an ice sheet thousands of feet thick. Some people believe that carbon dioxide may save the world or at least extend the time before the next ice age.

    Yeah you would think so with the summer has being so cool and Raining almost every day. The first thing you spot in such a developing scenario is crop failures.
    With that in mind, the farmers in my area (Ontario) are worried there going to have a massive crop failure of corn. Its simply not warm enough for the plant to grow. And there also was tomato blight in areas of the mid-Atlantic caused by a fungus that thrives in cooler weather. Tomatoes in New York right now are threw the roof I hear. None of this looks good.
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    When it comes to scientific predictions the best advice is, "Do not believe anything you hear and only half of what you see."

    The overwhelming number of scientific projections over the years were absolutely and incontestably wrong. Scientist and research companies make their money primarily through grants. In order to get grant money, your have to come up with a either disaster theory or a potential miracle cure that sounds possible, but you need to grant money to prove the theory.

    Scientists become famous for coming up with a theory that sounds plausible and generates grant money for hundreds or thousands of scientists.

    No two of the predictions from hundreds of computer climate prediction models match. Doesn't that tell you that something is probably wrong with all of the models? Or that they are biased in favor of proving a theory?

    In the 1970s, the majority of climatologists thought we were headed for an ice age. Read the original article in Time magazine from 1974.

    Science: Another Ice Age? - TIME

    One of the first things I learned when I took college-level science classes is that there is no such thing as a scientific fact. There are only theories that tend to explain things. A theory only lasts until a better theory comes along.

    What I find most interesting about the global climate change debate is that it almost always ignores the most obvious cause. During the 1990s and up until the last solar max in 2000, the sun was putting out more energy than has ever been recorded. That also likely led to the opening of the ozone hole at the south pole, which we do not hear very much about it any longer. Why? The last article I read reported that the ozone hole was closing because the world banned CFCs. When they first proposed banning CFCs, it was going to take 50 years before we saw any results from the ban. The obvious cause was ignored because there wasn't anything that could be done about it.

    Like everything else, if you want to know what is driving the scientific debate, you have to "Follow the money."
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    Global warming is actually benefiting us at the moment, I wonder how we would heat all the homes and produce enough food if an ice age started. The US has ZERO grain reserves (The U.S. Has No Remaining Grain Reserves >> Four Winds 10 - fourwinds10.com) and the rest of the world has very little surplus. The main exporting countries are located in colder regions like Russia, Ukraine and Canada.

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