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  • dlhild@ymail.com dlhild Jul 19, 2013 11:23 AM Flag

    Global Warming

    Read the June 30th article on the blog called "Resource Insights", author Kurt Cobb.
    You can believe whatever your world view is, but be aware that this is more likely than not a serious problem.
    A good article no matter what you believe.

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    • I wish you were correct. We could use a little global warming down here. the temperatures in Buenos Aires and Florianopolis, Brazil, have plummeted to lows never before recorded. We are freezing.

      As much as I would like to believe your global warming nonsense I think history will show that the Russian and German meteorologists are correct. We are entering global cooling which will last for the next 200-250 years.

      But then again. who should I believe. Serious meteorologists who are predicting 200-250 years of global cooling or should I listen to Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Barbara Steisand and Al Bore fantasizing about global warming.

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      • Obama is going to be remembered as the biggest buffoon who ever set foot in the White House. Instead of listening to credible meteorologists who are warning that we are entering 200-250 years of global cooling Obama is in the pocket of fringe meterologists such as Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Barbara Streisand and Al Bore who are fantasizing about global warming.

        Obama will forever be remembered as the founder and president for life of the Flat Earth Society

 
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