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Global Warming, And Volcanic Eruptions.


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Posted 10 November 2005 - 11:45 PM

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Global warming and hurricanes.

Is Global warming showing the truth of creation?

The increase in hurricanes has been blamed on global warming. But what's not being told is that what's happening shows just how precisely set, the conditions for life to exist on the this planet really are. That the planet itself can become lifeless just like all the other planets when even one thing gets out of sync. In this case, it's the global temp. Which is the average temp. all around the world. It has only raised 1 F degree in the past century. As we can see from this chart, it's not much.

A one degree change has broken all records for the most hurricanes in year. And this hurricane season is not even up yet. Will science admit to how fragile our planet is, now that we are facing this change that has killed several hundred people? I doubt it. To push their pet theory, evolution. They will say this planet can and will with stand anything. Like the polar flips. If a 1 F degree change can affect our planet this way, what would a polar flip do? I have to wonder what kind of damage control they will have to do to explain this one away. For they have become such experts with the use of words.

How bad will it get? Science says: Increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases are likely to accelerate the rate of climate change. Scientists expect that the average global surface temperature could rise 1-4.5°F (0.6-2.5°C) in the next fifty years, and 2.2-10°F (1.4-5.8°C) in the next century, with significant regional variation. Evaporation will increase as the climate warms, which will increase average global precipitation. Soil moisture is likely to decline in many regions, and intense rainstorms are likely to become more frequent. Sea level is likely to rise two feet along most of the U.S. coast.

In 1998, we had four hurricanes at one time. George, Karl, jeanne and Ivan. This was a warning of the weather to come. And to show how even one more degree rise in the glaobal average temp. will make what you see here the norm for every hurricane season. What science now fails to admit, they will now have to face. And they have no answers that would hold water to what is already claimed. They will either have to recant, or come up with more lies about our origins, and how fragile our planet really is.






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