Poll: What came first, the CO2 rise, or the the temp rise?

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Is CO2 a leading indicator of Global Warming, or a trailing indicator?

Leading indicator
5
28%
Trailing indicator
5
28%
No way to tell
8
44%
 
Total votes : 18

Re: Poll: What came first, the CO2 rise, or the the temp rise?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:05 pm

rberq wrote:
Rigar wrote:i found a survivalist web site that sold dehydrated water........ :?:

Now THERE's a business to go into! :lol:
I'll boil a pan dry, scrape off the mineral deposits, and mail them to you.
For a slight extra fee, I'll boil dry a pan of distilled water and send you what's left. That can be delivered over the Internet...




dehydrated water? That is as screwed up as a football bat.
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Re: Poll: What came first, the CO2 rise, or the the temp rise?

PostBy: SMITTY On: Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:04 pm

:funny: :clap: Football bat ...... I'm gonna store that one in the archives! :lol:


Yep - leave it to the left to come up with creative language to further an agenda. They've got to be good at something - they've had a 100 years of practice, after all. :roll:
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