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To All Global Warming Deniers

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- 3846 days ago -
Even if global warming is false, there are still plenty of good reasons to stop burning fossil fuels.


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Judy Cross (83)
Friday January 9, 2009, 9:32 am
Well, we are starting to get somewhere. Now that there is dawning recognition that the "global warming" model is wrong....the clue being that it is cold....looking at the up and downside of fuel for energy questions can be approached more rationally.

BTW, the Sun plays it's part in warming/cooling, but there are other factors working in conjunction with it. As usual, the position of skeptics is misunderstood and misrepresented.

This emphasis on "fossil" fuels is really about getting more nuclear power online. The CO2 scam was meant to scare people so they would choose a power source that leaves the most dangerous waste. So far, we have no solution for nuclear waste, except using it in fast breeder reactors. That is iffy because FBRs produce a great deal of weapons grade plutonium.

As soon as reality overcomes the scam, we may be able to discuss more rational policies.

Judy Cross (83)
Friday January 9, 2009, 9:45 am
BTW, there is an inverse relationship between the temperature record and the number of stations collecting data.

Most of the dropout was rural stations, so the record is heavily contaminated with the URBAN HEAT ISLAND EFFECT.

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