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jadeeyes
May 12th, 2008, 02:59 PM
What do you think man did to the earth (if man is causing global warming) to cause the flood in Noah's time? Did global warming cause that? :scratch

I think I'm with you on this.

I think it another way to slip into our pockets.

It sounds like I need to do a better job of explaining what I mean. :) What I mean is that men like Al Gore are arrogantly claiming that we can affect the weather patterns by using too much energy. I agree with you when you bring up the flood of Noah's day. There were no cars, factories, airplanes, etc to cause that flood. We don't have the kind of power Mr. Gore and his ilk would like for us to believe we have. The real reason for all the natural disasters we see taking place is the same as it was in Noah's day and that is sin. :hug

Paid In Full
May 12th, 2008, 03:11 PM
I thought it was now termed "climate change" instead of global warming?
Global warming is a lie from the pits of hell in order for people to not be aware that the signs of the times are actual warnings from God.
Wow. I wouldnt recommend shouting that down the streets. Cmon, there is alot of honest, christian scientists who are involved in the science behind climate change. It is just mans interpretation of collected data that has led him to believe in climate chage. A scientist should never use God to explain anything. That is not science, as science can only explain the natural. If theres a natural way to explain weather and what man can do to change it, then science will find it. I certainly do not see how wanting to stop harmful effects on our planet is a bad thing. We should take care of this place.

HisAlways
May 12th, 2008, 03:13 PM
It sounds like I need to do a better job of explaining what I mean. :) What I mean is that men like Al Gore are arrogantly claiming that we can affect the weather patterns by using too much energy. I agree with you when you bring up the flood of Noah's day. There were no cars, factories, airplanes, etc to cause that flood. We don't have the kind of power Mr. Gore and his ilk would like for us to believe we have. The real reason for all the natural disasters we see taking place is the same as it was in Noah's day and that is sin. :hug
:wave Thank you.....I misunderstood your post, you're right. Thanks for explaining further.:hat

Rmf3175
May 12th, 2008, 03:19 PM
Still snowing here

Am patiently waiting to get my boat out on the lake.:kickcan

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=RIW&llon=-107.617088&rlon=-105.969588&tlat=43.790417&blat=42.142917&smap=1&mp=1&map.x=194&map.y=145

Anddra
May 12th, 2008, 03:22 PM
I blame Global Warming...

I know one guy who says that Global Warming causes all extreme weather, including cooling. :idunno

icebear
May 12th, 2008, 03:28 PM
my dear aunt started arguing with me once about tsunamis being caused by global warming....:heh

Anddra
May 12th, 2008, 03:36 PM
my dear aunt started arguing with me once about tsunamis being caused by global warming....:heh

It's far worse when your youngest daughter starts arguing with you. I mean, what could an old fossil like me possibly know? :aha

Tall Timbers
May 12th, 2008, 03:38 PM
We had the snowiest April here this year than we've had in a decade or two. Summer just didn't want to come. I've still got the heat tape around my buried pipes turned on.

If summer doesn't arrive soon, most of us up here will just have to start preparing for next winter, which won't be long in coming.

I think global warming as a trendy belief is about ready to die out like those soft plastic shoes with holes in them thingies that all the trendy folks were wearing for a while. Global cooling as a result of man's carbon emissions will probably be the next brainless trend of thought to follow.

Jubilee21
May 12th, 2008, 04:04 PM
In central PA we are expecting temps in the 30's tonight and there were snow flakes seen in the mountains and its May..

BevS
May 12th, 2008, 08:59 PM
I think some (lot of ) farmers haven't gotten their crops in yet. Too wet.. The future- food shortages.