I’ve heard the arguments from both sides, but I’ve always sided with the science mainstream in believing that climate change is not only human-linked but a serious short- to medium-term risk. If it isn’t, then I’m not entirely sure what to make of the idea of a Texas-sized chunk of Arctic perennial sea ice disappearing within the space of a year – historical cycles left aside for a moment, that’s surely going to cause some serious human problems if it continues for a decade or two, whatever may be causing it.
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Younger Dryas shows that climate can change dramatically within three years. I can offer you a nice lot in sunny, warm Winnipeg if you put a deposit down now.
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