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Can Global Warming Alarmists At Least Get Their Propaganda Straight? - It seems that global warming doomsday alarmists are so desperate to out-fearmonger each other that they are now having difficulties keeping their propaganda on track. Within days, two separate reports blamed global warming for both drying up water sources and causing sea levels to rise.
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danomil Wrote the following on 03/13/2008 10:50 AM :
Not inconsistent with glogal warming, except for the brain dead. Yes, changing weather patterns caused by global warming could cause desertification, meaning some river/watershed would not get the water. Just look at Lake Mead/Colorado River and the prolonged drought in that area. At the same time water locked in ice could melt raising sea level. Such articles as this seem to completely miss the point. Global warming = extremes at both end, lower lows, colder cold spells AND


danomil Wrote the following on 03/13/2008 10:55 AM :
Damn, didn't get to complete....................AND higher highs. Greater extremes. As to the article: Fresh water is not the same as sea water. In fact, since matter can not be created or destroyed in normal circumstances, the net amount of water will basically remain the same. Just redistributed. Go figure!


cjdusa Wrote the following on 03/13/2008 11:52 AM :
Wait until the UN gets a world wide global warming tax.


NOT_Roddy Wrote the following on 03/13/2008 2:04 PM :
There was global warming in 1100 AD. It was warm enough in England to raise grapes and farm a lot of crops that won't grow there now. The sea didn't rise.


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