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Robert you are talking shit again,,Nothing to back global waeming,,The earth goes through things and heals itself,,Ya ever think the big man up stairs is sending warnings? As for re- thinking my earlier statement,,Nope accept the only other reason is us stupid Americans letting this shit get to where it is today..

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FoS?

For starters their funds are indirect from the oil industry through donors who are kept secret by the Calgary Foundation.

ht tp://ww w.sourcewatch.o rg/index.php?title=Friends_of_Science

Second they are or take part in partisan politics by funding candidates which are against any global warming debates and misused research money to do this.

Yep, you quote reputable scientist alright. But at the least you are stating your sources for all to know.

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Page 2 paragraph 1

"The year 2009 is nominally ranked as the fifth warmest year on record since the beginning of instrumental climate records around 1850. On the decadal scale, the analysis shows that the 2000s decade (2000–2009) was warmer than the 1990s (1990–1999), which in turn were warmer than the 1980s (1980–1989) and earlier decades."

Show evidence, site sources and reference material please. But here is mine.

ht tp://w ww.wmo.int/pages/publications/showcase/documents/1055_en.pdf

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In general, that statement is accurate.

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All generalizations are inaccurate :)

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"All the problems of the World especially the USA Fall on our fucked up goverment"

You really need to rethink this statement.

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Robert nothing you say ever makes any damn sence,,,,All the problems of the World especially the USA Fall on our fucked up goverment,,,PERIOD!!!!

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MYTH 1: Global temperatures are rising at a rapid, unprecedented rate. FACT: The HadCRUT3 surface temperature index, produced by the Hadley Centre of the UK Met Office and the Climate Research Unit of the University of East Anglia, shows warming to 1878, cooling to 1911, warming to 1941, cooling to 1964, warming to 1998 and cooling through 2011. The warming rate from 1964 to 1998 was the same as the previous warming from 1911 to 1941. Satellites, weather balloons and ground stations all show cooling since 2001. The mild warming of 0.6 to 0.8 C over the 20th century is well within the natural variations recorded in the last millennium. The ground station network suffers from an uneven distribution across the globe; the stations are preferentially located in growing urban and industrial areas ("heat islands"), which show substantially higher readings than adjacent rural areas ("land use effects"). Two science teams have shown that correcting the surface temperature record for the effects of urban development would reduce the reported warming trend over land from 1980 by half. MYTH 2: The "hockey stick" graph proves that the earth has experienced a steady, very gradual temperature decrease for 1000 years, then recently began a sudden increase. FACT: Significant changes in climate have continually occurred throughout geologic time. For instance, the Medieval Warm Period, from around 1000 to1200 AD (when the Vikings farmed on Greenland) was followed by a period known as the Little Ice Age. Since the end of the 17th Century the "average global temperature" has been rising at the low steady rate mentioned above; although from 1940 – 1970 temperatures actually dropped, leading to a Global Cooling scare. The "hockey stick", a poster boy of both the UN's IPCC and Canada's Environment Department, ignores historical recorded climatic swings, and has now also been proven to be flawed and statistically unreliable as well. It is a computer construct and a faulty one at that.

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We all will be affected. Risin prices of food, fewer rescources which will be accessable, more wars fought over resources which remain, greater need for welfare to keep the increasingly greater number of unemployed pacified so that they do not rebel and cause a civil war.

Generally put, open a damned history book and study what happens when humanity is pushed to the breaking point. We get violent.

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