Today’s Global Warming Flashback

Somehow, the natural forces of the Sun and Earth cannot possibly play any part in today's global warming, right? And we are setting the planet on a path to unprecedented destruction, right?

Let's take a look back, shall we?

  • From 18,000 B.C. to around 3,000 B.C., the sea levels rose approximately 325-350 feet. Yes, the end of the last ice age. What caused that? SUV's and private jets? Land bridges were erased, as were many civilizations and their works. Furthermore, science shows that there was higher then normal volcanic activity, mostly from ones that spew lava, rather then pyrotechnic flows and explosions.
  • Around 10,500 B.C., the temperatures rose about 20 degrees in 50 years. Nope, no SUV's then.
  • 8,000 B.C.-the great ice sheets of Antarctica begin a long term melting pattern.
  • Around 4,000 B.C., the seas rose 30 feet in approx. 250 years
  • In 1996, scientists at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, NY, drilled rock cores from the Atlantic sea bed that showed the earth's climate changed abruptly every 1,000 to 3,000 years. Tree rings bear out this evidence from multiple periods over the past 5,000 years.
  • Let's jump way, way back, to 400,000 B.C., when the warmth of the climate had the oceans up to 20 meters higher then 1999 levels.

The Earth's climate is in constant flux. Things change. There have been times when the Earth was extroidanarily warmer, and times when the Earth was a ball of ice. Why is this time different? Because politicians say so?

Meanwhile, the politicians and beauracrats at the United Nations have something to say

OSLO (Reuters) – Global warming could cause more hunger in Africa and melt most Himalayan glaciers by the 2030s, according to a draft U.N. report due on Friday which also warns that the poorest nations are likely to suffer most.

So, all you people living in poverty and miserable conditions, don't you dare think of industrializing in order to provide better lives for your families. I would conjecture that this draft report is designed to mitigate the notion that the 1st world countries, which already have theirs, are telling 3rd world countries that they can't have it all, too.

Scientists and officials from more than 100 countries meet in Belgium from Monday to review and approve a 21-page summary for policymakers in the report amid disputes on some findings, including on how far rising temperatures may contribute to spreading disease.

And they will get their how, exactly? And will get to the conference from their luxury hotel rooms in what? I'm sure the starving in Africa will be thrilled. Maybe the U.N. conference can ban some other type of pest spray while they are at it, kill a few million more around the world.

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