Tuesday, 17 September 2013

letter 16/9 A blink in history

A blink in history


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THE dismay Graham Lloyd paints on the face of IPCC promoters ("With the carbon tax put on ice, climate science is left to deal with a pause in proceedings", 14-15/9) highlights a flaw in the climate changers' claims.
Over the billions of years our planet has been evolving, it has been forming continents, oceans, shifting plates, and was suffering ice ages separated by warming periods well before the arrival of humans and industry.
Against that scale, the period since we arrived is only a few years, our industry only months and the records on which climate change claims are based are only hours old.
If the IPCC could step back and marvel at the majesty of nature, it might encourage a measure of humility in man, allowing some reason instead of limiting its mental activity to jumping to conclusions.
Grant Gascoigne, Mitchelton, Qld
- See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/letters/a-blink-in-history/story-fn558imw-1226719572034#sthash.Dp1tZ3xp.dpuf

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