03-07-07, 10:57 PM
I thought it was kinda interesting. Puts a different spin on things, but they still dont know for sure.
03-07-07, 11:25 PM
take that, Al Gore, you peehole.
Take THAT, you folks that were complaining a month ago about it being cold!
15 to 20 degree drops! HA! I'll still be a hundred in the summertime. :D
Given the climate effects of the sun and cows, we can probably drive any vehicle we want and not make a bit of difference.
Remember a few years ago when automakers were forced to adopt catalytic converters in order to cut auto emissions to mainly carbon dioxide, which was viewed as a harmless, natural gas? Heck, we exhale it and plants absorb it.
Politicians are idiots.....
03-08-07, 11:42 AM
:werd: post of the month candidate.
The distance between the earth and sun changes a lot. Partly the reason for ice-ages. Sun spots can affect climate change too. Both these factors have a MUCH more powerful affect earths climate than we ever will. The earths average temperature has been a lot hotter in the past. It's been a a lot cooler as well. It's going to continue to change until the sun turns into a red giant and engulf the earths orbit and destroys it, just like the magnetic poles will continue to switch. Nothing we can do about it. So I say just drive, and burn what you want, so long as you can still breath...cause the next ice-age might be just around the corner.:suspect:
Edit:..Haha...I decided to read the article after I posted, only to realize that it stated pretty much the same crap I just did. Oh well.