GOD is showing us|
that man's input and nature's cycles
affect global warming
The Economist lists 6 indicators concerning
changes seen in nature: the Earth's surface,
the Artic, upper atmosphere, the world's oceans,
increased + intense storms, faltering ocean currents;
yet none truly, unequivocally point to man
or nature's cycle.
The Economist continues with further possible causes;
the solar hypothesis, the sun's heat output,
There is yet no proof that man's activities are
causing global warming.
Read The Economist Dec11, 2005, "Changing Science."
WSJ Dec10-11, 2005, "Hot Topic."
One option, of course is to do nothing - or at least
nothing beyond eliminating the sort of economic nonsense,
such as subsidising coal mining, that not only
encourages global warming (because coal is the most
carbon-rich fuel around), but wastes money.
Indeed, it is often forgotten that parts of the world
would benefit from a hotter climate. In particular,
the warming of the Artic is opening sea lanes that early
European navigators avidly sought but were unable
to penetrate. The clearing of sea ice will permit
oil-drilling in places hitherto off-limits. And a
gentle warming should extend the crop-growing
season in places such as Canada.