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Article? Really? More like a regurgitation of the worst of Fox News masquerading as journalism.
Whether you believe man caused it or not, a profound shift in weather is occurring. Glaciers are melting at unprecedented (in the history of modern man) rates, causing sea levels to rise. This is recorded fact and a major concern to the entire global community, particularly those who live on islands or in coastal areas. Not to mention, it should be to anyone who eats anything from the oceans, as the resulting change in temperature and deep currents affects sea life, and not positively.
So, if you're going to "quote" NASA, how about something recent and not related to email spam? Bloomberg article: Glacial Region's Melt Past "Point of No Return" NASA Says: http://bloom.bg/RHUcve
The melting of the ice caps is also causing the poles to shift, which affects everyday activities, like, say planes landing! Yes that's right, because runways and the lineup with pilot compasses no longer match up. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1344899/Shift-magnetic-north-pole-affects--Tampa-airport.html
So let's shelve the rhetoric and look at the reality of things. You don't have to like Obama or hippies to recognize we have serious pollution issues. Ignoring the issues doesn't solve the problem. Neither does pointing fingers at which country pollutes or wastes the most resources. Do what you can do in your own backyard. Read beyond the propaganda and pay attention. 5 months ago
Did you mean to add another link? Missed it - thanks for your reply. Perspective is definitely missing from this "article."5 months ago
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