Kudos to you John. We don't pay enough attention to the immense strides
in our knowledge through the space program and the satellites that we
ought to be repeating more frequently instead of the spouting of
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>There is too much conspiracy theory being bandied about. There is some
>evidence (I repeat some) that the overall global temperature is rising. I
>repeat again overall. Due to climate mechanics this can cause local
>warming or local cooling. It may cause localised severe weather events,
>but I doubt whether the Statue of Liberty is going to blow down this
The theory of greenhouse effect made some sort of sense, but it
>is becoming clear as time goes by that there are a number of factors that
>affect climate trends. Overall planetary climate is a deeply complex
>system that doesn't admit to simple cakulations: weather forecasting is
>now pretty good up a few days ahead because of massive complex computer
>models. Medium and longer term trends still rely of statistical and
>pattern trends that may work, but more often they don't.
>and ecologists are genuinely doing their best to try and work out exactly
>what is going on. To attribute all sorts of mischevious motives behind
>their efforts is pointless.
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