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#1141 davidmalmolevine

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 10:28 AM


http://www.petitionp...Of_Signers.html

Just because you reposted your "31 thousand gullible scientists who fell for the fake NAS letterhead" petition over and over again, it doesn't make it any more credible.

The oregon petition was headed by Seitz - An Exxon employee. Your Manhattan Declaration was funded by Exxon. Have you got any non-Exxon skeptic/delayer group you wanna mention?

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 11:40 AM

 Originally Posted By: davidmalmolevine

Just because you reposted your "31 thousand gullible scientists who fell for the fake NAS letterhead" petition over and over again, it doesn't make it any more credible.



I see, I showed you they were all credentialed experts who signed and now you say they were tricked?
I posted names and contact info of each credentialed expert,why dont you call them and ask to retract their signed petition?
Here, you can start with California
Click state or map to see list of signatories below.


Alabama Delaware Indiana Massachusetts Nevada Ohio Tennessee Wisconsin
Alaska DC Iowa Michigan New Hampshire Oklahoma Texas Wyoming
Arizona Florida Kansas Minnesota New Jersey Oregon Utah
Arkansas Georgia Kentucky Mississippi New Mexico Pennsylvania Vermont
California Hawaii Louisiana Missouri New York Rhode Island Virginia
Colorado Idaho Maine Montana North Carolina South Carolina Washington
Connecticut Illinois Maryland Nebraska North Dakota South Dakota West Virginia


Petition Signers in California

3,709 Signers Out of 31,072 Total in US

Earl M. Aagaard, PhD, Charles W. Aami, Ursula K. Abbott, PhD, Janis I. Abele, Robert C. Abrams, Ahmed E. Aburahmah, PhD, Ava V. Ackerman, DVM, Lee Actor, Humberto M. Acuna Jr., George Baker Adams, PhD, Lewis R. Adams, William John Adams, William H. Addington, Barnet R. Adelman, John H. Adrain, MD, Jack G. Agan, Sven Agerbek, Joseph Aiello, MD, John J. Aiello, Arthur W. Akers, Gary L. Akerstrom, Wayne Henry Akeson, MD, John S. Akiyama, Philip R. Akre, MD, G. James Alaback, John A. Alai, Daniel C. Albers, Edward Albert, John C. Alden, PhD, Alex F. Alessandrini, Ira H. Alexander, Rodolfo Q. Alfonso, R. Allahyari, PhD, Louis John Allamandola, PhD, Levi D. Allen, Robert C. Allen, Charles E. Allman, John J. Allport, PhD, Ronaldo A. Almero, David Altman, PhD, Herbert N. Altneu, Frank M. Alustiza, Raymond Angelo Alvarez Jr., PhD, Antonio R. Alvarez, Zaynab Al-Yassin, PhD, Farouk Amanatullah, David Saint Amand, Carmelo J. Amato, Marvin Earl Ament, Melvin M. Anchell, MD, Wilford Hoyt Andersen, PhD, Torben B. Andersen, PhD, Joy R. Anderson, PhD, Ross S. Anderson, PhD, Orson Lamar Anderson, PhD, Chris Anderson, Conrad E. Anderson, MD, Jane E. Anderson, Roscoe B. Anderson, MD, Robert E. Anderson, Warren Ronald Anderson, Thomas P. Anderson, James Anderson, Karen Andersonnoeck, Lois Andros, Walter S. Andrus, Claude B. Anger, Gregory W. Antal, Achilles P. Anton, MD, Rolando A. Antonio, Arturo Q. Arabe, PhD, John Arcadi, Robert L. Archibald, Philip Archibald, Richard W. Armentrout, PhD, Baxter H. Armstrong, PhD, Robert Emile Arnal, PhD, Charles Arney, George V. Aros Chilingarian, PhD, Max Artusy, PhD, George J. Asanovich, Bob J. Ascherl, Edward V. Ashburn, Holt Ashley, PhD, Don O. Asquith, PhD, Everett L. Astleford, Greg J. Aten, Robert D. Athey Jr., PhD, Leonardo D. Attorre, Jerry Y. Au, Mike August, W. David Augustine, Thomas E. Aumock, Henry Spiese Aurand, Kenny Ausmus, Roger J. Austin, PhD, Philip J. Avery, Kenneth Avicola, Luis A. Avila, Theodore C. Awartkruis, PhD, T. G. Ayres, William J. Babalis, MD, Ray M. Bacchi, Gordon R. Bachlund, William E. Backes, Adrian Donald Baer, PhD, Henry P. Baier, Edmund J. Bailey, Liam P. Bailey, Benton B. Bailey, Ronald M. Bailey, Donald W. Baisch, Norman F. Baker, PhD, Don Robert Baker, PhD, Mary Ann Baker, PhD, Roland E. Baker, W. J. Baker, Orville Balcom, Ransom Leland Baldwin, PhD, Barrett S. Baldwin, PhD, David P. Baldwin, George Balella, MD, George Ball, Glenn A. Ballard, Martin Balow, John S. Baltutis, Cris C. Banaban, Herman William Bandel, PhD, Richard M. Banister, Ronald E. Banuk, Neil J. Barabas, Ronald Barany, PhD, James W. Barcikowski, Norman E. Barclay, Brian S. Barcus, Randolph P. Bardini, Morrie Jay Barembaum, Grigory Isaakovich Barenblatt, PhD, Horace A. Barker, PhD, Francis J. Barker, William B. Barksdale, PhD, Richard K. Barksdale, Mary J. Barlow, MD, Durton B. Barnes, Russell H. Barnes, Paul R. Barnes, Albert R. Barnes, Burton B. 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Goodman, Byron Goodrich, James D. Goodridge, James W. Goodspeed, Mikel P. Goodwin, James K. Goodwine Jr., PhD, Robert Gordon, PhD, Rex B. Gordon, Gary E. Gordon, DVM, William H. Gordon J, MD, Milton J. Gordon, Nelson G. Gordy, Donald B. Gorshing, Keith E. Gosling, R. W. Gosper Jr., Wilbur Hummon Goss, PhD, Quentin L. Goss, John Ray Goss, Martin S. Gottlieb, Robert George Gould, Robert D. Gourlay, Darrell Gourley, Arthur Goyne, MD, Lawrence I. Grable, Harald Grabowsky, Ben G. Grady, PhD, Richard W. Graeme, Leroy D. Graff, Kerry M. Gragg, Gary C. Graham, PhD, Dee McDonald Graham, PhD, Alex T. Granik, PhD, Jerry Grant, Walter L. Graves, Lauren H. Grayson, MD, Joseph M. Green, PhD, Leon Green Jr., PhD, Hue T. Green, Russell H. Green Jr., Charles R. Greene, PhD, Eugene Willis Greenfield, PhD, Charles August Greenhall, PhD, Edward C. Greenhood, John Edward Greenleaf, PhD, Jeffrey Greenspoon, MD, David Tony Gregorich, PhD, Thomas J. Gregory, Gennady H. Grek, Kurt G. Greske, David R. Gress, Travis Barton Griffin, PhD, Rogert D. Griffin, Donald N. Griffin, Roy S. Griffiths, PhD, Thomas J. Grifka, MD, Donald Wilburn Grimes, PhD, Leclair Roger Grimes, Charles Groff, Alan B. Gross, DVM, Morton Grosser, PhD, Eric Gruenler, Raymond H. Gruetert, Mike A. Grundvig, Michael Gruntman, PhD, Mike Gruntman, PhD, Ross R. Grunwald, PhD, Louis E. Grzesiek, Michael R. Guarino Sr., Richard Austin Gudmundsen, PhD, Jacques P. Guertin, PhD, Gareth E. Guest, PhD, John O. Guido, MD, Darryl E. Gunderson, Richard R. Gundry, Robert Charles Gunness, PhD, Riji R. Guo, Dwight F. Gustafson, Kermit M. Gustafson, Eugene V. Gustavson, Daniel A. Gutknecht, Steven L. Gutsche, Michael D. Gutterres, John V. Guy-Bray, PhD, Michael A. Guz, Geza Leslie Gyorey, PhD, Bjorn N. Haaberg, Glenn Alfred Hackwell, PhD, Brian L. Hadley, Charlie Haener, Arno K. Hagenlocher, PhD, Chuck R. Haggett, Hashem Haghani, Richard B. Hagle, DVM, Robert A. Hagn, Pierre Vahe Haig, MD, Samir N. Haji, PhD, Marlund E. 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#1143 skitzo420

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 12:04 PM

you keep posting that and i will keep posting this

im sorry hand but the oregon petition has already been shown to be almost less creditable then the bible.

and 31,000 scientists, against the rest....do you have any idea how many that is? so many i cant find a solid answer.

just a question, how many of those scientists have won noble prizes and how many that support global warming have?

and what education does a scientist in Medicine (3,069), General Engineering & General Science (9,992), Computers & Math (903), Nuclear Engineering (215),Mechanical Engineering (2,581), Aerospace (585), Agriculture (791) have that they can give a creditable opinion on this issue?

we can take those numbers out thats 31,072 - 18,136 = 12,936

not as impressive anymore....especially when compared to all the scientists that do agree.

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 12:34 PM

nah donnar i'm not kidding...i know cycles exist, but i was questioning the theory that 11 and 200 year solar cycles are primary drivers of the warming trend, which exceeds the length of the 11 and 200 year cycles, and therefore cannot be explained by them

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 03:02 PM

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not as impressive anymore....especially when compared to all the scientists that do agree.

Who are they? Are there more than 31,000?

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 03:48 PM

would it change your opinion if there were more than 31,000?

the union of concerned scientists has 200,000 members, including a significant percentage of the living nobel laureates, and they have a strong position on global warming:
http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/


there are far more than 31,000 *actual* scientists represented in the list of organizations provided by DML earlier:

# 1 Statements by concurring organizations

* 1.1 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 2007
* 1.2 InterAcademy Council
* 1.3 Joint science academies’ statement 2007
* 1.4 Joint science academies’ statement 2005
* 1.5 Joint science academies’ statement 2001
* 1.6 International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences
* 1.7 European Academy of Sciences and Arts
* 1.8 Network of African Science Academies
* 1.9 International Council for Science
* 1.10 European Science Foundation
* 1.11 American Association for the Advancement of Science
* 1.12 Federation of American Scientists
* 1.13 World Meteorological Organization
* 1.14 American Meteorological Society
* 1.15 Royal Meteorological Society (UK)
* 1.16 Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
* 1.17 Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
* 1.18 Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences
* 1.19 American Geophysical Union
* 1.20 American Institute of Physics
* 1.21 American Astronomical Society
* 1.22 American Physical Society
* 1.23 American Chemical Society
* 1.24 National Research Council (US)
* 1.25 Federal Climate Change Science Program (US)
* 1.26 American Quaternary Association
* 1.27 Geological Society of America
* 1.28 Engineers Australia (The Institution of Engineers Australia)
* 1.29 Stratigraphy Commission of the Geological Society of London
* 1.30 Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences
* 1.31 European Geosciences Union
* 1.32 International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
* 1.33 International Union of Geological Sciences

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 03:54 PM


"Who are they? Are there more than 31,000?"

Try 10 million or more:

OISM has refused to release info on the number of mailings it made. From comments in Nature:

"Virtually every scientist in every field got it," says Robert Park, a professor of physics at the University of Maryland at College Park and spokesman for the American Physical Society. "That's a big mailing." According to the National Science Foundation, there are more than half a million science or engineering PhDs in the United States, and ten million individuals with first degrees in science or engineering.

http://www.sourcewat...ce_and_Medicine

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 04:25 PM

how does a six man institute pay for and organize 10 million mailouts? i worked at a company that had to do 10,000 mailouts and we had to hire 8 people in three 8 hour shifts around the clock per day for a week to get it done...the oregon nutters had ten years to do all those mailings but that is still quite a feat

i have new respect for their work ethic...i bet we could get 31,000 signatures to carve DML's face into mount rushmore using the same method

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 04:29 PM

 Originally Posted By: donnar

 Originally Posted By: skitzo420
...not to mention the heliocentric vs geocentric universe back in the time of gallileo and copernicus.


It seems that comparison can cut both ways, especially considering the tactic here of throwing the greatest number of "experts" at the thing.

Are you casting the anthropogenic warming advocate scientists in the role of the status quo geocentrists of the time because of their "irrefutable numbers", or in the role of Copernican heliocentrists because he was correct?



The majority do not care. Ozone Olympics?

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Heavy pollution warning issued in Beijing Tue May 27, 12:25 PM ET



Pollution levels rose sharply in Beijing on Tuesday, just 2-1/2 months before the Olympic Games in the city, prompting authorities to warn residents with respiratory problems to stay inside.

Air quality in the capital was rated as "heavily polluted" due to a sandstorm from Mongolia, the Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau said on its website (www.bjepb.gov.cn).

The bureau advised people susceptible to particles in the air to avoid outdoor activities.

Such sandstorms usually hit the city in March and April.

Beijing's pollution has already proved a major concern for athletes, with twice Olympic champion Haile Gebrselassie, who suffers from asthma, pulling out of the men's marathon out of concern for his health.

In addition to shutting down high polluters within city limits, Beijing has demanded five surrounding provinces scale back or stop production to ensure blue skies hang over Olympic venues for the Games in August.

State media also reported China had launched a second weather satellite on Tuesday to help improve forecasts for the Beijing Games.

Detailed weather predictions are important because climatic conditions can have a major impact on Beijing's attempts to rid the skies of pollution for the Games.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has said that some endurance events might have to be shifted if the air quality is not good enough and the earlier they know about that possibility, the easier it is to re-schedule.

There are also concerns that rain, which is common in early August in the Chinese capital, might ruin the opening ceremony at the roof-less Bird's Nest National Stadium on August 8.

Attempts to counter the threat by weather manipulation are also reliant on accurate forecasts. Beijing authorities have claimed some success in stopping rain over limited areas by firing chemicals into clouds.

The 2,295-kg satellite Fengyun-3 will provide mid-range forecasts over 10 to 15 days, Xinhua news agency reported.

fUGGERS`RE THROWING CHEMICALS EVRYWHERE. Beijing authorities have claimed some success in stopping rain over limited areas by firing chemicals into clouds.


Fugg all Greens who embrace this.

China:Brave Grave World......

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 05:51 PM

fuck all greens who support WHAT?

here's your fuggers:

Cloud seeding got its start in 1946 when Dr. Vincent J. Schaefer, working at the General Electric Laboratory in New York, was involved with research to create artificial clouds in a chilled chamber.

In 1998 the Edwards Aquifer Authority set aside $500,000 for cloud-seeding and in July asked Governor George W. Bush to suspend the regulations requiring a state permit to conduct cloud seeding so they could begin a program immediately. The permit was tied up by protests of people living along creeks who feared that flooding would result; but it was eventually issued in October 1998.

http://www.edwardsaq...oudseeding.html


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Posted 27 May 2008 - 06:24 PM


"how does a six man institute pay for and organize 10 million mailouts?"


"In addition to the bulk mailing, OISM's website enables people to add their names to the petition over the Internet, and by June 2000 it claimed to have recruited more than 19,000 scientists. The institute is so lax about screening names, however, that virtually anyone can sign, including for example Al Caruba, a pesticide-industry PR man and conservative ideologue who runs his own website called the "National Anxiety Center." Caruba has no scientific credentials whatsoever..."

http://www.sourcewat...ce_and_Medicine


"i bet we could get 31,000 signatures to carve DML's face into mount rushmore using the same method"

It might be possible ... but why would someone like me want to be associated with those genocidal empire-builders in the first place?

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 07:07 PM

I guarantee when you start a list for political motives, every fruitcake Scientist who never went to university is allowed in eventually. Global Warming is a money making machine if it`s kept abroad. Let this empire pay cap and trade to US.



Sooner than later, you`re gonna have to pick your empire, DMalo. Or, you can stand against one and let it roll over on you for exhaling too much carbon dioxide.

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 07:41 PM

"Global Warming is a money making machine ..."

Right. Selling oil isn't?



Let's put it this way. Both sustainable energy and fossil fuel/nuclear industries are "money making", but the wind/wave/sun/biofuel industries don't have the climate change, oil wars and pollution that the other "money making machine" has.

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 07:44 PM

"Sooner than later, you`re gonna have to pick your empire, ..."

Really? I belong to this club and it's empire free:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchism



"... DMalo."

The name is Malmo-Levine. Do you have trouble with names that have more than five letters? Just use cut and paste.

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 07:48 PM

"Let this empire pay cap and trade to US."

In June of 2007, China unveiled a 62-page climate change plan and promised to put climate change at the heart of its energy policies but insisted that developed countries had an “unshirkable responsibility” to take the lead on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and that the "common but differentiated responsibility" principle, as agreed up in the UNFCCC should be applied.[49][50]

In response to critics of the nation's energy policy, China responded that those criticisms were unjust[51], while studies of carbon leakage suggest that nearly a quarter of China's emissions result from exports for consumption by developed countries[52].

http://en.wikipedia....public_of_China




The principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibility (CBDR) is one of the cornerstones of sustainable development. It has emerged as a principle of International Environmental Law and has been explicitly formulated in the context of the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. It finds its origins in equity considerations and equity principles in international law. It informs in particular the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol.
The Principle

Principle 7 of the Rio Declaration provides the first formulation of the CBDR, and it states:

"In view of the different contributions to global environmental degradation, States have common but differentiated responsibilities. The developed countries acknowledge the responsibility that they bear in the international pursuit of sustainable development in view of the pressures their societies place on the global environment and of the technologies and financial resources they command."

http://www.eoearth.o..._responsibility

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 08:29 PM

“….global climate has always changed and always will, independent of the actions of humans, and that carbon dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant but rather a necessity for all life;

“….warmer weather is generally less harmful to life on Earth than colder:

“…..there is no convincing evidence that CO2 emissions from modern industrial activity has in the past, is now, or will in the future cause catastrophic climate change”

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lqd2_iFJs8&feature=related


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Posted 27 May 2008 - 09:57 PM

yes take a look at that manhattan meeting....a bunch of nobodies...

"Properly peer-reviewed, widely accepted science has enough trouble being correctly reported in the media. This conference didn't attract mainstream climate scientists because it was rightwing organizations' attempt to stimulate dissent and the coverage it did get in the USA, even in media normally equivocal about AGW was unflattering."

that was a comment left at the end of that BLOG that you had to show us...there had to have been a better resource then that!

oh and the youtube video...how creditable....not only was it the same bunch of nobodies, but at the end of the video, in all of its professionalism it asks the question "who do you trust 19,000 scientists or al gore creator of the internet"

what a pathetic question...how about "who do you trust 19,000 nobody scientists or EVERY OTHER SCIENTIST IN THE WORLD, AND EVERY REPUTABLE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE....

fucking nonsense. give it up, we get it, you are insanely patriotic....you are UNQUESTIONINGLY patriotic.

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It's a touchy situation, lotta fear and emotion
september 11th
televised world-wide
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they wasn't aimin at us
not at my house
they hit the world trade, the pentagon, and almost got the white house
now everybody walkin round patriotic
how we gon' fight to keep freedom when we ain't got it?
you wanna stop terrorists?
start with the u.s. imperalists
ain't no track record like america's, see
bin laden was trained by the c.i.a
but I guess if you a terrorist for the u.s
then it's okay


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Posted 27 May 2008 - 11:13 PM

I give up.....whats the point of debating something that has no eventual outcome? Global warming is my opinion and thats my last word.Freedom of choice.

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 11:31 PM

“….global climate has always changed and always will, independent of the actions of humans,"



(Part of the How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic guide)

Objection: Global warming has been going on for the last 20,000 years.

Answer: It is true that 20,000 years ago the temperature was some 8 to 10° C colder than it is today. But to draw a line from that point to today and say, "look, 20K years of global warming!" is dubious and arbitrary at best.

If you have look at this graph of temperature, starting at a point when we were finishing the climb out of deep glaciation, you can clearly see that rapid warming ceased around 10,000 years ago (rapid relative to natural fluctuations, but not compared to the warming today, which is an order of magnitude faster). After a final little lift 8,000 years ago, temperature trended downward for the entire period of the Holocene. So the post-industrial revolution warming is the reversal of a many-thousand-year trend.

A closer look at today's trend, within the context of the last 1,000 and 2,000 years, makes it even clearer that today's trend is striking -- opposite to what one would expect without anthropogenic interference.

http://gristmill.gri...12/13/23557/437







"and that carbon dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant but rather a necessity for all life;"

Despite what skeptical websites like this would have you believe, our uncontrolled experiment in CO2 enhancement (35% and rising!) is unlikely to end favorably on our already overstressed planet. Even without considering a radiative forcing of ~1.5 W m-2 and its heating,the enhancement of CO2 is likely to have many negative impacts on our environment.

Plants are likely to be subject to so-called CO2 fertilization, wherein the additional gas added by humans allows plants to grow more quickly. It's a physiological fact that vegetation needs CO2 to enact photosynthesis. But different plants react differently. Some show a strong response while others react more slowly. Recent observations and research are beginning to discern some of the details of how this fertilization works.

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Poison ivy seems to be particularly responsive to enhanced CO2. It and other vines are have shown an increase (by a factor of 10!) in South Carolina. In general, weeds seem to respond especially robustly to this effect.
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Mixed aspen-and-birch stands bathed in extra carbon dioxide grow about 45 percent faster than their untreated neighbors. To sustain that speedy growth, the experimental trees had to find a way to extract more of the essential nutrient nitrogen from the soil.

The birch trees seem better at nitrogen foraging than aspens... In mixed stands of aspen and birch subjected to elevated carbon dioxide levels, birch trees increased recent nitrogen acquisition by 68 percent, compared to a 19 percent increase among the aspens.

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As atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to climb shrubs and other woody plants will likely dominate grasslands, altering pastoral lifestyles around the world...

...some of the ecosystems that are potentially most responsive to CO2 are grasslands and savannahs in the South[ern Hemisphere]... these are also some of the biggest ecosystems globally.

The effects of elevated CO2 may already be in play, as indicated by fairly consistent evidence of "bush encroachment" or "shrub encroachment" in many grasslands of the world...

While these changes may seem quite benign on the surface, they actually pose many subtle threats. By altering the composition of forest and savanna ecosystems, we affect the biodiversity in that particular biome. The effects of this alteration are unknown but are unlikely to be positive. Such changes can contribute, among other things, to species extinction, enhance summer flooding by altering water uptake and/or change the fire regime. These effects can act as further feedbacks on the environment, further accelerating change.

The fact is that we humans remain quite ignorant about the workings of the ecosystems of the Earth. It is quite arrogant of us to think that we can alter our environment willy-nilly and not expect problems to arise. We certainly don't know enough to manage the problems; any 'solutions' we try are just as likely to worsen the problem as they are to fix it. Even discounting the warming effect of CO2, the evidence suggests that our “enhancement experiment” is not going to end well. The best thing we can do is to act to slow down or even stop the experiment by reducing our emissions of greenhouse gases. It is the responsible thing to do for future generations.

http://planetdoom.bl...good-thing.html













“….warmer weather is generally less harmful to life on Earth than colder:"



(Part of the How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic guide)

Objection: The earth has had much warmer climates in the past. What's so special about the current climate? Anyway, it seems like a generally warmer world will be better.

Answer: I don't know if there is a meaningful way to define an "optimum" average temperature for planet earth. Surely it is better now for all of us than it was 20,000 years ago when so much land was trapped beneath ice sheets. Perhaps any point between the recent climate and the extreme one we may be heading for, with tropical forests inside the arctic circle, is as good as any other. Maybe it's even better with no ice caps anywhere.

It doesn't matter. The critical issue is not what the temperature is, or may be, or will be. The critical issue is how fast it is moving.

Rapid change is the real danger. Human habits and infrastructure are suited to particular weather patterns and sea levels, as are ecosystems and animal behaviors. The rate at which global temperature is rising today is likely unique in the history of our species.

This kind of sudden change is rare even in geological history, though perhaps not unprecedented. So the planet may have been through similar things before -- that sounds reassuring, right?

Not so much. Once you look at the impact similar changes had on biodiversity at the time, the existence of historical precedent becomes anything but reassuring. Rapid climate change is the prime suspect in most mass extinction events, including the Great Dying some 250 million years ago, in which 90% of all life went extinct.

What we know about ecosystems, and what geologic history demonstrates, is that dramatic climate changes -- up or down or sideways -- are a tremendous shock to the biosphere and cause mass extinction events. That, all in all, is not likely to be a good thing.

http://gristmill.gri...1/9/131657/6469









“…..there is no convincing evidence that CO2 emissions from modern industrial activity has in the past, is now, or will in the future cause catastrophic climate change”

(Part of the How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic guide)

Objection: Correlation is not proof of causation. There is no proof that CO2 is the cause of current warming.

Answer: There is no "proof" in science -- that is a property of mathematics. In science, what matters is the balance of evidence, and theories that can explain that evidence. Where possible, scientists make predictions and design experiments to confirm, modify, or contradict their theories, and must modify these theories as new information comes in.

In the case of anthropogenic global warming, there is a theory (first conceived over 100 years ago) based on well-established laws of physics. It is consistent with mountains of observation and data, both contemporary and historical. It is supported by sophisticated, refined global climate models that can successfully reproduce the climate's behavior over the last century.

Given the lack of any extra planet Earths and a few really large time machines, it is simply impossible to do any better than this.

Aside: It is usually interesting to ask just what observations or evidence your skeptic would consider "proof" that global warming is caused by rising CO2 levels. Don't be surprised if you get no answer!

http://gristmill.gri...12/22/224450/84

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Posted 28 May 2008 - 02:00 AM

You (Davidmalmolevine)are wasting your time trying to explain what is perfectly logical to this idiot.

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