Re: [asa] Effect of CO2-Induced Global Warming on Antarctic Surface Mass Balance a Hundred Years Hence

From: PvM <>
Date: Mon Feb 05 2007 - 12:45:03 EST

Well said Rich. We as Christians and some of us as well as scientists
have a duty to make sure that we do not support irresponsible science
lest we insist on running afoul of St Augustine's warning.

As such I cannot understand why Janice is so vested in opposing global
warming despite all the data to the contrary.

On 2/5/07, Rich Blinne <> wrote:
> On 2/5/07, Janice Matchett <> wrote:
> >
> > At 11:50 PM 2/4/2007, Rich Blinne wrote:
> >
> >
> > "Since I have been quoted over and over and over, let's reset the context.
> This was a reaction to a Daily Telegraph story of the leaked AR4. Now I know
> that the prediction was based upon different scenarios of CO2 emissions. So,
> my point above is not valid since I was unaware that the predictions were
> scenario-based. Therefore, I publicly retract my comment.
> > @@ My translation: "I'm getting my head on straight and getting with the
> program if I know what's good for my career." :)
> My views on global warming have nothing to do with my career which is
> semiconductor design. Nice try.
> My translation: "I'm getting my head on straight and getting with the
> program because that is where the evidence leads me."
> It is precisely this kind of false accusation that causes some scientists to
> dismiss out of hand not only legitimate criticism of climate change but also
> Christianity. The latter is why I make a big deal about this on this list
> because I could care less which sides wins in the climate change debate as
> long as the truth come out.

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