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    Thursday, August 31, 2006

    WASHINGTON TIMES SAYS GLOBE IS WARMING

    This influential conservative paper’s endorsement of the Al Gore position on global warming is a significant step toward bipartisan agreement:

    Commentary/Forum: Physicist Examines Global Warming
    Michael Pravica, Assistant Professor of Physics/University of Nevada, Las Vegas, August 27, 2006 (The Washington Times)
    - Carbon dioxide produced by all life (not including humans) may be larger than that created by human activity. But without humans, it has been in equilibrium/balance for much time via the carbon cycle. Humans continue to add enormous additional quantities of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases and are also removing the ability of life to remove/sequester carbon dioxide (by e.g. decimating rain forests). This alters the Earth's natural homeostatic balance and it's possible we are only beginning to see the negative results…

    - Unfortunately for humans, there is no politics in nature but absolute natural laws. We cannot go on pretending these laws of nature don't exist and can be violated without disastrous consequences. Whether it is warming, pollution, dwindling natural resources, pestilence and disease or overpopulation, the human race is on a collision course with reality and only science can avoid likely catastrophes ahead…
    - In that spirit, I encourage all members of the public and their leaders to first of all learn the science behind the phenomenon of global warming and engage scientists in the debate so we can all decide together on the future course of action to tackle and prepare for global warming for the survival of the human race.

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