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"Joe Jared" wrote in message
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On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 23:26:06 +0000, George wrote:


"Joe Jared" wrote in message
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On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 12:32:31 +0000, George wrote:

He also assumes that the environment in which we all live could
sustain
such levels. I don't think there is any precedent for that
assumption.

I don't think plants will complain.


How do you know? The planet has never sustained those levels.

This may be true, but plant life is growing faster now. Perhaps it's
natures way of fixing man's mistakes.

Until the CO2 raises the temperature high enough to kill the plants off,
then what? I don't know about you, but I'd prefer for the Sahara desert to
remain where it is.

George


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On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 01:15:02 -0500, Scott Nudds wrote:


"Joe Jared" wrote in message
This may be true, but plant life is growing faster now. Perhaps it's
natures way of fixing man's mistakes.


That dark cancerous growth on your ass is growing faster too. Maybe you
should gamble that it's natures way of fixing your mistakes.


Actually, I had the growth on my ass removed 25 years ago. In an ironic
twist, the removal left a scar in the shape of a cross.

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On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 06:38:56 +0000, George wrote:

I don't think plants will complain.

How do you know? The planet has never sustained those levels.


This may be true, but plant life is growing faster now. Perhaps it's
natures way of fixing man's mistakes.


Until the CO2 raises the temperature high enough to kill the plants off,
then what? I don't know about you, but I'd prefer for the Sahara desert to
remain where it is.


To date, that's not happening. In the same light that few could deny
that global warming is accelerating, nothing suggests that plant
life is doing anything other than accelerating. Granted, NASA has had a
few minor errors to contend with, such as confusion between inches and
millimeters, but the report seems to have merit.

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On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 01:17:15 -0500, Scott Nudds wrote:


On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 12:32:31 +0000, George wrote:
He also assumes that the environment in which we all live could sustain
such levels. I don't think there is any precedent for that assumption.



"Joe Jared" wrote
I don't think plants will complain.


Oh, I think the plants and 100,000 head of cattle that have just dies in
the Texas wildfires would complain.


You forgot to mention 11 humans. The plant life will naturally recover,
and the life of cattle is usually cut short anyway and seen as t-bones,
rump roasts or on special occasions, as cow tongue. Naturally, there could
also be a loose association with many of the meteorological disasters over
the past 20 years, but still it's a small price to pay compared to the
benefits. More obvious would be a temporary increase in cost of beef due
to the sheer loss. Harsher weather than we've already seen is inevitable,
but it's temporary and will settle into calmer weather once temperatures
stabilize from north to south.

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Scott Nudds wrote:
The trend does appear to be quit linear over the last 30 years - although
not earlier. Like you, I expect this to change for the worse in the not so
distant future, but I think that without evidence to the contrary, a linear
projection is best.


Um, it seems increasingly likely that we're right about peak oil
production now, and more and more countries are talking about dumping
fossil fuel electrical production for nukes. Where exactly is all this
CO2 going to be coming from?

Mark

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Joe Jared wrote:

Harsher weather than we've already seen is inevitable,
but it's temporary and will settle into calmer weather once temperatures
stabilize from north to south.


Thank you O great and wise one! We are all so relieved. We owe you such
a great debt for stabilizing the weather for US!

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raylopez99 wrote:

FURTHER RESEARCH IS NEEDED.


No, we already are convinced you are a crackpot.

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