International Warming

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The topic has been debated for quite a while now. There are those who hide away in their holes, like bears hibernating in the winter. Oh, wait, that’s most likely not a good analogy. There are these who blame the “El Nino” for the unseasonably warm weather we are possessing in components of the country. Most not too long ago I have also heard that the 70 degree January climate is also just a cyclical point. The earth has hot flashes, too.

I want to know where El Nino came from. If that is the lead to of some of this warm climate, what is the cause of the El Nino? I never recall getting heard of that increasing up. I’ve been about for a couple of decades and not until not too long ago has El Nino been described. Possibly it was a California factor, like thong bikinis and only now is it starting to be recognized in other components of the country. I like warm weather, and I never mind thong bikinis, but when the weather cycle starts to influence crops and ice shelves and effect arctic and antarctic wildlife, possibly we want to examine what is going on.
Oh, wait, some folks have examined it currently. It is that pesky science stuff once more. I inform you what. We need to give that science stuff a rest currently. Have not enough items been discovered already? Now it is just getting in the way of reasonable policy.

I believe it is fairly attainable that El Nino, cyclical alterations and emissions all have anything to do with the weather alterations. I am pretty sure that we cannot change Mother Nature, so we have to do what we can on the third leg of the warming stool. (That sounds a tiny gross.

The first step our government needs to take is to get the politics out of science. Possibly there is no effect on the climate from our polluting ways, but the rest of the planet seems to believe that there is. Does not that recommend that we must re-examine the information and take whatever steps we need to, in order to preserve the planet for future generations?

It seems to me that we are presented the excellent situation. A correct win-win for the United States and the cilvilized world. Develop alternate energy sources, minimize dependence on oil, lessen pollution, lessen the revenue for terrorists by lowering the cost of oil, and clean up the environment. What is the worst that could come about then? Suppose there is no man-made worldwide warming. Is there a downside to the points I’ve just created?

Oh, yeah, there is one particular downside. Massive oil would shed. But they are already going to drop. Their raw supplies can only last so extended. Numerous respected reports have already mentioned we are previous the 50% depleted level of oil in the ground. The midpoint for oil has been placed everywhere from 1972 to yesterday, but the truth of the matter is that it took millions of years to make that oil and we have run through a massive percentage of it in significantly less than a century. Now is the time to start replacing oil with other energy sources, for the excellent of all.