Saturday, August 28, 2010

Probe seeks Climate-Panel Changes

I'd like to comment on this article about Climate-Panel Changes for the IPCC.  Yes, there are errors in most publications, it just happens.  However, the vast majority of them are typos and not problems with data manipulation or citing unreliable sources.  This is a step in the right direction.

The fact that the panel is not going to reconsider the main conclusion of the 2007 report that global warming is "unequivocal" and "very likely" caused by human activity is bad.  Is unequivocal 100% and very likely 98%?  What are the actual percentages that they believe humans are causing global warming?

Here's my thought... we are a flea on a dog.  The Earth can have us wiped out any time it wants.  Try to find ancient pyramids in Peru.  We are still finding them today, and it is taking satellites and technology to find them.  After we are gone, the evidence we were even here will be gone in a few thousand years.

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