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Old 09-30-2006, 09:36 PM   #4
SkinWalker
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I base my opinions on observation of available evidence. I'm open to revising my opinions if you have the evidence that supports the anthropogenic assertion "beyond all doubt," I'd like to see it. Unfortunately, I'll need it in English, Spanish or German. My Norwegian is weak. The fact is, however, that we've no idea if the anthropogenic contributions (assuming they actually exist) are significant enough that by changing our habits we can effect change in the climate change rate. It may be that human CO2 emissions are the equivalent of tossing a lit match in a bonfire. Does it really burn brighter?


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