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    "Tide is turning on climate change"

    http://www.independent.ie/world-news...e-1973273.html


    Just as I said before.

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    LOL. I didnt know you do comedy?

    Yeah right and hybrids, hybrid plug-ins, and electrics wont be technologically and economically viable for at least another 20 years. LOL.

    What you been smoking John? Better quit right now and come out of that damn cave.

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    Look at the polls havasaka, your in deniel. Once again you dont answer the thread. That is why your side loses everytime you try to debate the issue. That is also why your side hardly ever does.


    Hey even JP Morgan doen't think so, They are the ones predicting that onlt 13% of all cars will be hybrids. I have some common sense for you if the were economically viable they would have much more then 13% of the market in 10 years.

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    Did you read this about Bolivia? Pretty frightening dont you think? Might not affect you living in a cave but if you come out into the world it might give you pause for concern.


    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/14/sc...14bolivia.html

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    Once again Havasaka it runs counterdictory to your theory of global warming just like this year being the 5th warmest without all the hurricanes and stronger ones that are suppose to come with it. You cant have it both ways, you acnt say on the one hand that global warming is causing the glaciers are melting because of global warming and then on the other hand say that they have no water because the glaciers are not melting anymore. THEY STILL HAVE GLACIERS LEFT, so why are they not melting with global warming.



    The fact is the earth has been warming since the "Little Ice Age" (when they were growing. The fact is this is a natural order of the earths climate chjanges that have been happening well before man was ever on the planet and will happen well after we are gone. You are being stupid to try and suggest that the earths tempatures should always maintian the same tempature. It is like saying that during the "Little Ice Age" it was a good thing that glaciers were growing.

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