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From: Jack in OH (
Subject:         Re: It's easy to forget...
Date: August 28, 2007 at 10:55 am PST

In Reply to: It's easy to forget... posted by Tom ZeCat on August 27, 2007 at 10:36 am:

I'm sure most people are now aware of the plight of the polar bears, but what could we do this year to save them? I think the answer to that is, nothing.

There are already enough greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to force another degree F (I think it's F, and not C) of warming. Therefore, I'd say the ice will soon be gone. Either the Polar bears change their methods of hunting for food, or they're doomed.

With China and India coming on like gangbusters, I'd say we're all in for a much warmer future. Not only do I not see many people around here changing their ways, but most still think the warming is mainly a natural occurrence, and not driven by human activity. As I've said before, that includes engineers, architects, school teachers, etc. That's really scary, but understandable. Fox "news", Clear Channel, and Rush Limbaugh's network (does he have his own network? - he calls it excellence in broadcasting????????) spend millions on disinformation regarding global warming. That's what most working people on the go listen to. It's their "convenient" answer to a problem they find hard to address.

But as the article below outlines, there's much hope for the future, in spite of all the nay sayers.

Right now, there's an article in on the future of solar that's almost too good to be true. In the very near future, the cost of a solar installation will be only half what it is now. By 2014, they say solar should be competitive with coal powered generation. They then guess that we'll see solar panels on just about every roof in America, if not the world. Now that's just what the Polar bears need, the sooner the better.

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