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.."this year is the warmest year in thirteen hundred years"… -science "News"

January 31, 2006
Dear *
A news report this morning said that “this year was the warmest year in thirteen hundred years”.I’m not sure how that is possible when we are only thirty one days into “this year” – 2007.
If 2006 was meant as the warmest year in thirteen hundred years then that would mean thirteen hundred and one year’s ago, 705, was a warmer year than “this year”.
“Global Warming” may be more than a nifty catch phrase used by some politicians, it may also be a historical fact which is unknown to the average tax payer or voter who may not take the time to study environmental science or climatology in their spare time.
Is the hype of “Global Warming” just that and some Canadian politicians have signed us onto a Kyoto protocol without considering the costs to the taxpayers.
Science hasn’t mentioned a famine which occurred in North America as a part of “the great depression” of the 1930’s. I recall hearing years ago when I was a child of a “dust bowl” or “the dust bowl” when hearing talk about “the great depression” . Was this the worst famine in European culture since “the great famine” of the middle ages ?
“Science” has been known to be wrong in some cases.
When “science” is really no science at all.
“Evolution” being one example of a theory most Canadian “science” has accepted as fact and is taught in some publicly funded schools as a fact rather than as a theory.
Science that you hear may not always be science if it leaves out facts.
Such as thirteen hundred and one years ago was a warmer year than “this year”. Which is being touted as the warmest on record and is if the records are only checked for the last thirteen hundred years .
Don’t believe the “science” because they also teach that man evolved from monkey’s which actually has no basis in science whatsoever and is only a theory.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

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January 31, 2007 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

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