Originally Posted by Ashe
Hmmmm... I thought climate change was a natural phenomenon, the climate is constantly changing although this can be over thousands of years. Apparnetly there are lion bones under Trafalgar Square in London suggesting that the temperatures in London were once as high as in the Serengeti otherwise lions wouldn't have lived there.
As for greenhouse gasses, a friend of mine that happens to be a reasonably well respected geologist said mankinds contribution to greenhouse gasses is insignificant. mankind produces the same amount of greenhouse gasses in one year that the active volcanos in the world produce in a day. This is a bit like me taking a piss into the English Channel and someone else in Australia saying "I'm not swimming in the sea today, Jonnybc just pissed in the it!"
[SIZE="1"]Ah... You can't beat the cold steel and the badger. All this electrical rubbish, little wheels spinning around all over the place for callow youths and peach fluff, Not for a man's beard. Razor blades for men! I think we'll have this on number 9. If you're going to have a shave have a close one!
Tony Hancock, The Bedsitter, 1961.[/SIZE]