>> People have to be prepared to think and work on their
>> mindset to put such unpopular subjects in their true
>> perspective. There are many much more familiar with
>> the complexities of climatology who could, and probably
>> will, do a much better job, and be largely ignored. For
>> my own personal use, I will make a note on the copy
>> of the article for my file - twaddle. It is most frustrating
>> as all I want to do is obtain a sound understanding of
>> the impact of human activities on the operation of Planet
>> Earth and we seem to have done a very rapid job on the
>> climate over the past century.
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