Why would that be interesting, other than general interest, that is?
Isn't that enough?
I don't know, maybe the number of your posts that try to make the case there is no human connection to the increase in temperature we are experiencing?
Now, now, now, let's not exaggerate. I've never said there is no human connection. That would be silly. How can we live here and have no connection.
I don't know Wayne. It's starting to seem like you're concerned that some of my points are being accepted, so you need to make it seem like I am some kind of anti global warming crackpot. I agree we're are warming, I agree we have a connection to that, and I agree we need to do something about it. But as I've said before, we do not need to commit economic suicide while others go along as always.
So it seems we agree the planet is warming, we agree there is a human connection, and we agree we need to do something. So it seems our only disagreement is on economic suicide.
Sure, but some seem to jump to really interesting conclusions not based on realistic science.
Would you care to point out where on this thread I reached any conclusion. I merely pointed out some facts, and ASKED if there may be a connection. I hardly see that as a conclusion.
All of what space junk we throw at Jupiter or even Mars for that matter?
We've had some crash into Mars, so I'd assume they would now be considered junk. And I'd assume someday the ones we have orbiting around various planets will eventually give out and crash, which would make them junk.