Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Ice Age

30 years is a long time - or at least it can be. It's longer than I've been alive. It's as long as my older brother has been alive. But how long is it when thinking about history - and different ages/eras on the earth. Is it long enough to produce drastic changes in climate? Evidently so. shares this story from a 1975 edition of Newsweek detailing research indicating Global Cooling. But we've all heard the rhetoric concerning Global Warming in recent years - with Al Gore believing it is a bigger threat than terrorism.

Maybe global warming is happening - but you wouldn't know it from the fall-like weather we've been having the past several weeks.

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