[ RadSafe ] OT: Global Warming

Mon May 19 09:46:29 CDT 2014

The problem is that we can't look at ANY data from just a few years - even from an entire decade - and make definitive statements about what's going to happen over the next century or longer. And we can't really cherry-pick only those data that support what we think (or would like) to be true. If this trend continues for the next 10-20 years then I'd be willing to believe it's more than just a slight fluctuation. 


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Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2014 2:34 PM
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Subject: [ RadSafe ] OT: Global Warming

Hey All,
     KISS (Keep It Simple S....).
     Last year the ice volume at one of the Earth poles  started to become more icy.
     When the Earth poles resolidify, less water is  available for the Earth mid-latitudes and droughts occur.
     And when the ice caps melt (1998???), water is  available in the mid-latitudes and droughts occur less.
     Joe Preisig
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