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1970s global cooling alarmism – predictions of “new ice age” — 5 Comments

  1. what a crock. Granted there is sometimes something to be said for people like you who never paid attention in school, never learned science. I know lots of hunters and trappers who don’t need David Suzuki to tell them the climate is changing (warming). As for you, you should have listened in school. You don’t know what every single northern resident of Canada knows about climate change. They see it and live with it every day, and they are forced to live with it.

    • The last winters have been colder where I have lived in Ontario the last couple of years at least. The winters and springs have been very cold. Just because your area has been warming means what? Blame human activity? Prove it. The earth’s climate changes. I took plenty of science in school and university. Do you have any more logical fallacies? Science means some priesthood that makes declarations? Is that it?

  2. The poles are shifting. Do the math. Nothing to be alarmed about and sure as hell no amount of tax money is going to change anything.

  3. Well, it’s taken a while, but we may have hit the real turning point in our climate history. The last 24 months have seen an undeniable shift downward in temperature to the point where current global temperature is about the same as 2002-2008 and even a little lower that the spike in 1998. You could say that there is essentially no net temperature increase for 20 years now. And it looks like temperatures will go lower. Of course, it depends on what the truth is about the role of CO2 if CO2 level is the driving force for global temperature and climate change, then this downward temperature spell shouldn’t last very long. On the other hand, if CO2 is a minor player and solar activity is the real source of our heat, then the predicted reduction in solar intensity over the coming decades will see us with lower temperatures. It will become clear enough relatively soon if we just keep our minds open to the real-life evidence.

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