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Actually the climate changes always has and always will and there is nothing we can do about it.

Chris


AFAIK, human activities are in fact influencing climate change and have been for at least 50 years. The question is whether we should try to minimise the human impact on climate as proposed by environmentalists, or try to adapt to accellerating change as proposed by industry lobbies and their token "environmentalists" like Bjørn Lomborg, the statistician. One of the things Lomborg wants us to accept and adapt to is the rising sea level which is caused by melting of landbased ice, mainly in Greenland and the Antarctis, not by floating sea ice.

Gunnar
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