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krisi   9/29/2013 3:19:17 PM
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I think there is no question whether global warming is occurring or not...scientific consensus is that 95% likely it is a human made phenomena...where we can disagree is whether it is worthily to spend billions or trillions of dollars fighting it...maybe we can just adapt! I will stop wearing my parka when traveling to Alaska ! And have plenty of space here inCanada, we can probably take hundreds of millions of people here once it gets warm

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daleste   9/30/2013 10:26:39 PM
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I guess I will agree to disagree, but thank you for the invitation.  I have a brother in the Toronto area, so I will come up there when Texas floods.

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