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Most scientists agree global warming occurs, human involvement

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Most scientists agree global warming occurs, human involvement Global warming has been occurring, will continue to occur and eventually will impact Oklahoma.

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Mini Bang

Phoenix, AZ

#23 Jun 30, 2008
Coolmind wrote:
Well, of course!
MD ? cold ? warm is good 4 U ?

;-))))))))) hucare ?

Since: Mar 07

Petrópolis, Brazil

#24 May 6, 2009
Doubting wrote:
Global Warming is definitely not a "scientific fact." A "scientific fact" is established by adherence to the "scientific method."
1. Observe a phenomena
2. Develop a hypothesis to explain the phenomena
3. Create an experiment whose outcome verifies the hypothesis
4. Repeat the experiment showing the same outcome numerous times
5. Once the experiment shows the same outcome numerous times, a scientific fact can be established.
What experiment has been repeated time and again to yield that global warming is a fact?
The answer is that Global Warming is absolutely NOT a scientific fact. Read your grammar school science books and they will bear this out. Unless someone has already burnt them.
Wrong answer, you are using the good'ole argument of ignorance. Just because you have not looked for these experiments/measurements/theor y/predictions does not mean they have not been done. Go to Science, Nature and similiar scientific magazines and look for the hundreds of research papers published sofar. If you have access (like I do) you will learn a lot, and save yourself from all the external non-scientific noise.

San Diego, CA

#25 May 8, 2009
By the same physicists listed above:
At the end of the paper, "These conclusions are contrary to the IPCC [2007] statement:'Most of the
observed increase in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is very
likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations.'"


Since: Jun 08

Katy, TX

#26 May 8, 2009
GW is proven.

AGW is in doubt.

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