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  • Food for thought on GHGs

    Living here in Utah I am not one who believes in man made global warming.
    After all we were not here to melt the glacier ice that made Lake Bonneville nor were we the cause to make it evaporate. It was the size of Lake Michagian and 1,200 ft deep.That's a lot of water. Dose all of the concrete we poured (heat retention) and carbon emissions have an effect maybe. But I remember way back when in science class we were taught how the sun affected the temperature of the earth. Now dose that change my desire for CNG no not at all. One thing we really need to worry about is how will Obama enforce the UN cap and trade treaty. It will be I believe the death of America. Very few Americans know how it works.



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    Re: Food for thought on GHGs

    I have a DVD of "The Great Global Warming Swindle" which makes a good case for the recent warming trend being caused by the Sun. And, it all depends on what period of time you look at.
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      Re: Food for thought on GHGs

      Something else to chew on,think about this more pollutants were released between the years 1939-1945. Millions of gallons of fuel oil dumped by sinking ships,millions of tons of soot from coal and oil burning ships. How much CO2 was produced by all the aircraft that flew not to mention the high lead content from the fuel. All the burning planes that went down.All the bombs dropped,all the guns fired all the burning buildings. All the industry worldwide that used coal,oil and wood to produce the steel. All the coal fired trains to haul the product and people. Think about all the GHGs produced in six years. After all that,the earth did not suddenly go toasty. If we were to fight WWII all over again we already lost because the EPA and the IPCC would say we are not GHG compliant

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        Re: Food for thought on GHGs

        Advice to radical environmentalists: Don't screw with mother nature!

        They might as well try to tax/outlaw breathing, volcano's, forest fires, storms, decay (methane) and rain/fog (water vapor)- all sources of GHG, which incidentally, do not affect solar radiation at all- the likely cause of global warming and cooling. They gonna tax sunlight too?

        The data tells that the mean temps have fallen this decade, every year since the 1998 peak. I guess Gore is too busy emitting pollutants jetting around in private jets and wasting energy at home to notice the real facts: Washington politics at its worst

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