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Old 11-19-2006, 01:47 PM
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Default Debate over Global Warming?

1. Have temperatures actually been rising?
2. Is it too early to be making predictions for the future?
3. Is global warming driven by people or a natural cause?
4. Could continued warming benefit some regions?

-What are both sides of these controversies and what do you believen?
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Old 11-28-2006, 03:08 PM
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There's no such thing as global warming.
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Would you care to explain yourself?

I personally do believe that global warming is very dangerous. The warming has been causing an increase in shell fish and fish migrating to the Bering Strait. This is because the fish like water that is warmer. This helps the seals that are there because they have an abundance of food, but this results in less growth rate among the fish. They could become endangered very soon if we are not careful.

Giving a religious view on this, however, I would say that our danger is not in the glaciers melting. After Noah and the Ark, God promised that he would never flood the earth again.

Both are my points of view. Don't take my word for it, this is a very controversial subject. Think about it.
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Default Stop Right There!

What do you mean you don't believe in global warming?????
Here to explain this:
1.This winter's relatively high temperatures
2.Rise in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over the last 20 years
3.Shrinkage of the polar ice caps
How do you explain this!
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