veyaluch, my sentiments exactly! I'm not the least bit science minded at all and don't join this topic, although I read it and find it interesting. BUT I do have a brain to think and reason with and agree with you and canuck.
When you said you aren't the least bit science minded I take that to mean you have not the least bit interest and are scientifically illiterate and that's a shame because science is a great deal of fun. I also have to point out that simply sharing the same points of view does not mean one iota those points of view are truthful. so you claim you have a brain to think an reason with, ok. now here's something for you to think about and reason over.
In prehistory, CO2 and warming went in lock-step
French researchers said they had answered a riddle that has perplexed scientists. The question arises from bubbles of atmospheric air, trapped in cores of ice drilled from Antarctica that date back to the last deglaciation, which ended some 10,000 years ago. These tiny bubbles are closely scrutinised, for they contain carbon dioxide (CO2), the principal greenhouse gas behind global warming. The higher or lower the CO2, according to the conventional benchmark, the greater or lower the atmospheric temperature. The anomaly is this: the CO2 in the bubbles do not correspond to the level of warming indicated by the surrounding snowfall of that time. Climate skeptics argued that this showed the CO2 rose after Earth's atmosphere warming.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news...k-step.html#jCp
Edited by ohreally?, 06 March 2013 - 05:09 PM.