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07-07-2021 01:29
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Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:...How do you know anything is abnormal, and needs fixing? This is our first inter-glacial. We have no data to support....
Ah yes the old denier standby "Nothing can be known!".

Compositional error fallacy. No one has ever said that. Lie.



I think the water shortages in the western US and the record breaking temperatures suggest that a "change" has occurred. Also aquifers becoming depleted, ie., wells need to go deeper than ever literally suggests a problem is occurring.

I did hear a convincing argument for not thinking there is a problem. It might mean that someone will need to do something. And yet what hurt ancient Rome the most was the loss of fresh water. And some people have suggested draining the Great Lakes. And that could end up being like the Aral Sea.

p.s., it used to cover 68,000 square km.
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07-07-2021 02:07
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James___ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:...How do you know anything is abnormal, and needs fixing? This is our first inter-glacial. We have no data to support....
Ah yes the old denier standby "Nothing can be known!".

Compositional error fallacy. No one has ever said that. Lie.

I think the water shortages in the western US

What water shortages?
James___ wrote:
and the record breaking temperatures

A few temperature records broken is not the whole Earth, dummy.
James___ wrote:
suggest that a "change" has occurred.

Weather changes. So?
James___ wrote:
Also aquifers becoming depleted,

They aren't.
James___ wrote:
ie., wells need to go deeper than ever

They don't.
James___ wrote:
literally suggests a problem is occurring.

Define 'The Problem'.
James___ wrote:
I did hear a convincing argument for not thinking there is a problem.

Define 'The Problem'.
James___ wrote:
It might mean that someone will need to do something.

Such as?
James___ wrote:
And yet what hurt ancient Rome the most was the loss of fresh water.

The Tiber river runs through Rome. It still does.
James___ wrote:
And some people have suggested draining the Great Lakes.

The Great Lakes are always draining...to the sea.
James___ wrote:
And that could end up being like the Aral Sea.
p.s., it used to cover 68,000 square km.

The Russians destroyed the Aral Sea by diverting the river feeding it.


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