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We have been duped by the U.N. IPCC, to propagate a political agenda that promotes the Communist agenda of redistribution of wealth, sound familiar..ask Joe the plumber!

"The report by Vijay Kumar Raina, formerly of the Geological Survey of India, seeks to correct widely spread reports that India's 10,000 or so Himalayan glaciers are shrinking rapidly in response to climate change. It's not true"

The rumors may have originated in the Asia chapter of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC's) 2007 Working Group II report-Evidently, the bogus reporting was based on measurements from only a handful of glaciers.

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http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/himalayan-glaciers-not-melting

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Tags: Global, Hoax, Warming

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Comment by Netcon on December 28, 2009 at 1:54
Yes well we all live about 80 years but we should try help our civilisation last for thousands of years. Instead of thinking how we can get all the oil out of the earth in the next 50 years, I'd rather think how we can ration that oil over the next 1000 years.

Oil is so precious. It has more energy per gram than dynamite, I'm told. So there is simply no substitute for it in some situations like aircraft, roaming vehicles, etc, where electric and other fuels are simply not an option.

Nearly all the plastics that our current technology is built upon come from oil. Once its gone, its gone, then we are truly screwed. I believe it is too precious to burn, except where we are forced to because we haven't got a work around (which is most of the time nowadays but we should seriously start on those workarounds).

The environmentalists seem like blindfolded bulls in a china shop; their thinking seems to lack joined-up writing. We are forced into nuclear power while some of the other problems are cracked.
Comment by John Q. Public on December 23, 2009 at 6:21
Hello Netcom,

Sea Ice is different that Glaciers,
http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/view.php?old=2003111016173
Interesting link that describes the difference. Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Marching to Different Drivers
Many issues control sea ice, which is not attributed to Global Warming per se.
They are more subject to El Nino, and Ocean Temp and winds.
Sea level is not rising as predicted, perhaps Mother Earth is taking care of herself, as she has always done with no help from man. There are signs that the ice is growing again, not up to the 1970 level, but growing! I choose to wait and see, before we destroy what is left of the American economy.

There are plenty of Oil reserves in the United States, during the Carter Administration the Dept of Energy was put in place to help reduce our dependence on foreign oil, well that was a joke, between that dept and the EPA, they made it next to impossible to drill for oil or gas reserves that we had. The Environmentalist stopped us form building Nuclear generating plants, we were screwed, unfortunately we did not put Communism into the picture, as they hijacked the environmental movement and used it as a vetches to propagate ideology and policy.

A nutshell
Comment by Netcon on December 22, 2009 at 20:26
But the Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets are definately shrinking rapidly, there's no argument about that is there?

In any case, these reports don't affect the issue so much do they since we must cut down on our oil consumption anyway? It is far far too precious a resource to burn at the current rate, and we must get off our economic dependence on Middle Eastern states.

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