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A brief history of ice ages and warming

Posted by seumasach on January 13, 2011

Monte Hieb

5th October, 2007

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3 Responses to “A brief history of ice ages and warming”

  1. co2hound said

    What a bunch of crap.

    Hey smart guy, get this into a science journal if you think it is correct. In ohter words, put or shut up … just like all others who have the courage to place their ideas in front of professionals for their evaluation.

    Otherwise you are blowing smoke.

  2. inthesenewtimes said

    This stuff has been in science journals fort well over a hundred years. The cycle of glacial and inter-glacial periods was posited hypothetically, calculated mathematically and then verified empirically: it’s one of the great successes of western science. We can say with some confidence that we are approaching another glacial period. Kulka and other scientists wrote to Nixon warning him of its imminence in 1972:

  3. Sonny said

    Supporting Mr. Hieb’s article is the history of ocean levels, which are at, or near a peak. Ocean levels have achieved near current levels, or slightly higher five times over the past four hundred thousand years. Their rate of rise is beginning to slow; historically a precursor to the onset of the next ice age. Future generations will likely condemn us for “squandering” the earth’s oil and coal during a period of very nice temperatures.

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