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A Video on Global Warming : Which Road Would You Take? June 14, 2007

Posted by drowmage in Drowmage's Philosophy, Environment.

What this guy says has merit. Spread the word, people. Instead of blogging about that person who hate, or about whether the latest movie star’s fashion sense is atrocious, why not take the time to listen to this video – all the way until the end. After all, it’s only a few mouse clicks away. Just 9 minutes of your time, out of the 24 hours in a day that you have.

Here’s a more direct link to another site: Interesting Argument About Global Warming



1. Mike - June 14, 2007

So many errors it’s hard to know where to start. First, all the doomsday scenarios are proving to be just hype designed to sell the idea. Hurricanes will DECREASE in intensity (just ask the scientists who study them.) Farmland will simply move north to Canada and Siberia. Even the incredibly biased IPCC doesn’t forecast a 20 foot sea level rise, more like 3 feet. Just this past week the climate modelers found out just how wrong their precipitation forecasts were. We’ll get 3 times as much rain as they thought. All of these scenarios assume no change in our technology over the next 50 to 100 years!! Have you ever heard of Moore’s Law? By 2100 we’ll have artificial intelligence, clean nuclear fusion, a hydrogen economy, and practical space travel. Biotechnological advances are happening at a breakneck speed right now. Do you think we’ll be battling malaria 50 years from now? By then Cancer will be a distant memory. I know what will prevent that from happening and that is to cripple our economies now.

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