Friday, July 23, 2004

The King of Peru who was emperor, too

http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=scienceNews&storyID=5760059

Well, what do you know about this. Sounds like what's happening to Glacier National Park. Well, we know from our Administration that there is no global warming, don't we?<

8 Comments:

Blogger The Liberal Avenger said...

You could have made that a link...

Go back to your "Dashboard" and click on "Posting" then "Edit Posts."

Find the line item for "The King of Peru..."

Click on "Edit"

Select the URL.

Ctrl-C to Copy

Click on the "Chain link over green smudge" icon to the right of the "T" color icon.

Paste in the URL in the second field.

Click "OK."

Click "Publish Post."

That should do it.

3:34 PM  
Blogger Chuck Rightmire said...

Actually, avenger, I don't seem to have those icons and the title itself works as a link I've found out. I'm still looking at it however. Thanks for the help. It's gotten me this far and I'll keep trying but you know about old dogs don't you? I'm a 50s child or sooner, depending on how you define it.

4:24 PM  
Blogger The Liberal Avenger said...

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4:27 PM  
Blogger MTPolitics said...

I don't think that people are necessarily dismissing global warming out of hand.

I think the crux of the debate is whether or not it is a man-cause phenomenon. New evidenced has surfaced to show that sunspots may have something to do with it.

Also, out of 4-odd billion years of existence, we only have observations for the past 150 or so. Hardly a representative sample.

5:46 PM  
Blogger Chuck Rightmire said...

You're right, Craig, this may well be a natural cycle for the earth, but we know that it takes very little to unbalance a balanced system. If the earth's ecology is balanced, then we have a problem if we're adding anything at all to worsen the situation. Already 500 people have died in this monsoon season in India, probably more by now, with flooding in Bangladesh (one-third under water), Nepal and Assam province of India. To put our heads in the sand and say humans don't contribute or that it's just a natural cycle indicates we're more than willing to give up and live with the consequences. These are much worse than the consequences Ronstadt or the chicks faced. This could affect the continued existence of the makeup of earth civilization as we know it. What happens when displaced person begin moving out? And move out they will if all the water locked up in glaciers in our own national park or the mountains of Peru or the Antarctic and Greenland ice caps turns into slush.

7:41 PM  
Blogger The Liberal Avenger said...

I'm surprised to hear that Nepal is flooding.

7:43 AM  
Blogger Chuck Rightmire said...

I was too, but I checked back with The Week's one paragraph comment of last week and that's what it said. That's what I based that comment on. Although the 500 comes from a different source.

11:54 AM  
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