Saturday, September 14, 2013 6:13:59 PM
@mesovortex: "However, right now, they are not slow and gradual. They are rapid. When climate changes rapidly in the past it caused mass extinctions.Why would you willingly want to go through one?"
Firstly, any extinctions that happen are going to happen from over hunting/fishing, sprawling, or pesticides, not global warming. And it isn't that I want to go threw one, I just believe the change in weather is natural, not man induced, which you don`t seem to be grasping. The earth has changed far quicker like 130 thousand years ago years ago when temperature increased by 9 degrees celsius. If you compare now to then, our rate of increase actually looks a little more stable.
...not a denialist websites among them and all peer reviewed. You know just looking at the citation on the graph or the sources I provided you would have revealed this. Maybe you should refine you reverse google search or maybe you should look at the validity of data rather than simply who wants to show it and if it supports your case.
Monday, August 5, 2013 11:12:44 AM
(cont) And here is the 9 article it was cited in, in 2013 alone. (keep in mind over the 12 years it was cited in dozens and dozens of studies, but if you need those cited as well just ask.) link