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November 28, 2010

Climate Change Hysteria & Certainty

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“The degree of sea level rise from these predictions ranges from no change from the current rate, about 7 inches per century to somewhere around 20 feet of rise by 2100. The alarmists are quick to point out that things could get much worse if the IPCC’s worst case scenarios come true. Currently ocean expansion is the primary cause of sea level rise. This expansion is a response to the small amount of warming that has taken place in the last 150 years, about 1 degree Fahrenheit. The alarmist community feels confident that predictions of the climate, of which much is still not understood, will be accurate 100 years into the future. Based on these “accurate predictions” sea level could rise dramatically based on the current rate of rise and forecast increases.”   ICE CAP

Who to believe? Are the predictions purposeful exaggerations for some agenda? Are they just miscalculations based upon faulty data or devices? Is there any balance in the media to this discussion?

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