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1 hour ago, Dutch said:

Where are you and what happened to global warming?  It is 3° here at my house this morning.

Hes probably at home.  

Global warming is still here.  Folks who live in the arctic circle are finding it's been about 30 degrees above normal all winter.  The coldest air in the northern hemisphere is right over the upper midwest currently.  

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1 hour ago, Dutch said:

Where are you and what happened to global warming?  It is 3° here at my house this morning.

           1 here in BilletHeadVille this morning. Long term recorded records is showing a change but we must remember on earth we have had multiple ice ages. Who really knows what the maker has for us in the future. He only knows. I may get a bit concerned if the snow birds begin to winter in the artic circle or waterfowl migrate north for the fall and winter. I for one am tired of the Winter,

  BilletHead

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I realize you all are having some fun but it does sadden me that we have polluted our planet more in the past 100-150 years than the entire previous history of mankind. The  environmental legacy we are leaving our grandchildren is sickening. What's more - I am afraid we are past the point of no return when you look at the amount of industrial pollution coming out of China and India, let alone what the US is continuing to contribute. We can debate whether climate change is man made or a natural cycle until we are blue in the faces. There should be no debating that we have to stop polluting our planet. It makes me sad because our descendants are going to rightfully blame the generations that followed the industrial revolution (our generation, our parents, grandparents, and great grandparents) for destroying what God gave us to take care of for all of mankind. Laugh and poke fun, we are going to be the not so funny of a joke in the future.

 

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5 minutes ago, Mark said:

I realize you all are having some fun but it does sadden me that we have polluted our planet more in the past 100-150 years than the entire previous history of mankind. The  environmental legacy we are leaving our grandchildren is sickening. What's more - I am afraid we are past the point of no return when you look at the amount of industrial pollution coming out of China and India, let alone what the US is continuing to contribute. We can debate whether climate change is man made or a natural cycle until we are blue in the faces. There should be no debating that we have to stop polluting our planet. It makes me sad because our descendants are going to rightfully blame the generations that followed the industrial revolution (our generation, our parents, grandparents, and great grandparents) for destroying what God gave us to take care of for all of mankind. Laugh and poke fun, we are going to be the not so funny of a joke in the future.

 

Sad but true.

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26 minutes ago, Mark said:

I realize you all are having some fun but it does sadden me that we have polluted our planet more in the past 100-150 years than the entire previous history of mankind. The  environmental legacy we are leaving our grandchildren is sickening. What's more - I am afraid we are past the point of no return when you look at the amount of industrial pollution coming out of China and India, let alone what the US is continuing to contribute. We can debate whether climate change is man made or a natural cycle until we are blue in the faces. There should be no debating that we have to stop polluting our planet. It makes me sad because our descendants are going to rightfully blame the generations that followed the industrial revolution (our generation, our parents, grandparents, and great grandparents) for destroying what God gave us to take care of for all of mankind. Laugh and poke fun, we are going to be the not so funny of a joke in the future.

 

Well it's not so much pollution as it is population growth, as recently as 1950 there were 2 billion people on this planet, now there are 7.5 billion and growing.  US population grows by 2 million per year.  The base problem is population growth, people have to eat and use water.  That many people on this planet, there will always be "pollution".  We can certainly mitigate the effects to some degree, but if population growth is not addressed, then we're going to have to face the consequences.  

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