Fwd: 1998 was Warmest Year of Millenium
kmorrisd at aol.com
Sat Mar 6 17:08:18 EST 1999
Don Staples <dstaples at livingston.net> wrote:
>Interesting article on Discovery Channel, I think this past week end,
>about ice cores from the Artic being studied for reference to warming,
>on a global basis. The jist of it was that there has been global
>warming for the past 30,000 years, part of an interglaciation period.
I thought that was the last 10,000 years.
>Tentative data indicated that
>the change could come in a matter of decades, or less, and quickly
>change the climate on a global basis.
It seems lots of researchers agree on this point now.
>Not quite a puff piece on the tv, but making some points that perhaps
>the global warming is more of a cycle, and less of a catastrophy.
>Unless your human and want to worry about what cannot be changed.
Sometimes it seems we all love our cars and trucks more than our kids and
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