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Climate change - alarmist

Long-term significant change in the “average weather”, believe that it is man-made polution.
Climate change - scepticism

Climate change - scepticism

The climate change is not caused by man-made pollution but it is part of natural process.

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Climate change is any long-term significant change in the “average weather” that a given region experiences. Average weather may include average temperature, precipitation and wind patterns. It involves changes in the variability or average state of the atmosphere over durations ranging from decades to millions of years. These changes can be caused by dynamic processes on Earth, external forces including variations in sunlight intensity, and more recently by human activities.In recent usage, especially in the context of environmental policy, the term "climate change" often refers to changes in modern climate (see global warming). For information on temperature measurements over various periods, and the data sources available, see temperature record. For attribution of climate ...
for7against   alarmist! priroda nam dava vsechno a my ji to oplacime svoji lhostejnosti.kazdy zacnete sam u sebe!!!!, dimitrij
for10against   Global warming is NOT man-made. it is a ponzi scheme designed to drive up taxes for a more powerful and more liberal world government., robufo2000
for2against   Remember the Climategate scandal! Global warming is a scam!, robufo2000
for1against   offener Brief an Angela Davis!Es wird nicht wärmer sagen die Verstromer und somit wir!Gezeichnet:Prof. bestechlich,Dr. Gierschlund und Raffke,Prof.CDU Mitglied,Dr.ich sage alles!, SEPP
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Significant uncertainties of climate change triggers

There might be feedbacks in the climate system that we aren't aware of yet. The amount of carbon in the oceans and atmosphere changes suddenly and dramatically. The oceans are acidified and significant extinctions result. On land, global temperatures increase anywhere from five to nine degrees Celsius, causing widespread habitat disruptions. Despite the sudden onset of the event, its impact lingers for 100 thousand years. his might sound like a worst-case situation for the current anthropogenic influences on climate, but it's actually an historic event that the public is generally unaware ...

Global warming is real

There is "absolutely no scientifically proven basis for the premise that man can affect what the climate does" is absurd. Our libraries are full of carefully compiled and critically reviewed scientific research that makes it clear that global warming is real, is caused by human activity and is significantly and rapidly changing the world's climate.The research conclusions of dozens of respected scientific organizations such as the American Geophysical Union, the American Physical Society, the National Academies of Science and the American Meteorological Society are easily available online.Our ...

Not Scared about Global Warming

Presentation of scary stories about global warming in the popular media makes us unnecessarily frightened. Even worse, it terrifies our kids.Al Gore famously depicted how a sea-level rise of 20 feet (six meters) would almost completely flood Florida, New York, Holland, Bangladesh, and Shanghai, even though the United Nations estimates that sea levels will rise 20 times less than that, and do no such thing. When confronted with these exaggerations, some of us say that they are for a good cause, and surely there is no harm done if the result is that we focus even more on tackling climate change. ...

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Engineering branch bolsters recruitment strategy after immigration vote
The Swiss engineering industry is turning to young people, women and older workers to meet a dire need for employees in the coming years. Its trade organisation says the February vote limiting immigration from Europe has compounded its recruitment woes. “With the [immigration] initiative, the skills shortage issue has taken on a new dimension,” said Hans Hess, the president of Swissmem, as the mechanical industry association is known. He adds that 75% of Swissmem members struggled to recruit qualified workers even before the passage of the initiative calling for quotas on immigrants from the European Union. On Wednesday, Swissmem announced its recruitment strategy going forward would involve offering more flexible work terms such as job sharing and telecommuting in order to attract workers currently lacking in the industry. In particular, the trade association hopes to attract more women – which currently make up only a quarter of its workers – as well as older ... Show more
Norway's offshore drilling puts Arctic Ocean at risk
All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace As Norway pushes further into the Arctic with offshore oil drilling, the corresponding environmental risks have increased significantly. The Barents Sea is one of the richest, most unique marine ecosystems in the world, with remarkable concentrations of seabirds, marine mammals, fish, and other marine life. The short-term energy potential here is truly not worth the long-term environmental risk from offshore drilling. This summer, Statoil has drilled three exploratory wells in the northern Barents Sea, about 300 km southeast of Svalbard. A fourth well is being drilled at present, together with the Russian oil company Rosneft. So far these exploratory wells haven ́t reported significant hydrocarbons, but the company plans to continue exploratory drilling
Doping drug EPO protects brains of premature babies
Giving erythropoietin (EPO) – used illegally by endurance athletes – to babies immediately after birth significantly reduces brain damage, according to scientists in Geneva. Premature babies are far more at risk than infants born at term of developing brain damage resulting in neurodevelopmental delay that may persist throughout their lives.  A team of specialists in infant brain imaging from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Geneva and the University Hospital of Geneva has shown that administering three doses of EPO – a hormone that stimulates the formation of red blood cells – immediately after birth significantly lowers brain damage in babies.  The results were published in the Journal of American Medical Association on Tuesday.  Nearly 400,000 children are born in Europe every year before the 32nd week of pregnancy and 2.6 million worldwide, according to the World Health Organization, including around 80 at the University Hospital of Geneva.  There ... S
One more heave! Ministers' pre-election fracking drive
Ecologist: Ministers are determined to get fracking under way in the UK as fast as possible, so it's a 'fait accompli' in time for the election, writes Alex Stevenson. With a firm pro-fracking concensus in Parliament, only one thing can frustrate their plans - strong local campaigns to turn around MPs desperate for re-election in 2015. It even has a name: democracy. It's a question of fear. What secretly worries pro-fracking Conservative ministers, The Ecologist has learned, is that a Labour administration...

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