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Old 10-18-12, 03:02 AM   #6
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Default Re: NASA scientist links climate change, extreme weather

If there is one thing history has taught us it's that regional climates change. They always have and they will continue to do so. The entire "climate change" movement has as a fundamental error at it's roots in that it assumes that regional climates should remain constant. I am not sure if or to what extent humans are contributing to this change, but I really don't think anyone really does either. I just can't put a lot of stock into the models most of these studies use, they rely on too many crazy assumptions.

Humans have been successful through history because they can adapt to their environment even though it changes. I think our efforts would be better placed in increasing our adaptability and durability rather than trying to stop regional climate variations.
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