Party of Citizens wrote:
> Can there be global warming without global cooling?
Aha! In fact, the more responsible sites declare that there can
be cooling in a greenhouse earth environment. In fact the warming
is an average, and the colder places on earth warm up more than
the already warm. Many areas most likely to see cooling are those
already very warm. Also there are several models that predict
an eventual overall cooling with sufficient CO2 buildup. Lets hope
those are wrong.
> That said, I live
> less than 100 ft. above sea level near the shoreline in Vancouver.
Feet? In Vancouver? Didn't you guys in Canada come to your
senses on units? Or did you mean Vancouver Washington? I
live at 6 meters above the sea here in Silly Clone Valley. This
place could be history in a mere 5 to 8 thousand years. How will
we ever cope?
> After Spike's optimistic note on global warming...
Optimistic? Actually I tried to be neutral, but I found it difficult
to not develop an attitude. spike
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