A funny little flame war from the article i found on the web. People discussing the article from the BBC showing solar activity caused global warming to be nonsense (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7327393.stm)
This is like the hundredth article from the BBC saying it's not the sun. Hello?? The temperature of the planet changes throughout the year as the angle towards the sun changes, yet you don't think that a change in the Sun's activity might cause climate change. That's why the polar ice caps are melting on Mars and Saturn too. innocentbystander The polar ice caps... on Saturn. Can I point and laugh, or would you rather just delete your post?
jeff419 Whatever. Other planets in our system are also heating up. That's the point.
innocentbystander You just proved you have simply no idea what you're talking about, yet you continue the discussion. Fascinating. ESPECIALLY in light of the fact that the thing about Mars' ice caps melting being due to the sun has been debunked multiple times in this very thread.
So it's the aliens on Mars driving SUVs doing it there? innocentbystander Wow. You present me with an interesting condundrum. On one hand, you could merely be a troll. On the other hand, you could, in fact, be so lazy as to not look in this very thread for the answers to the question you pose. Either way, it reflects badly on you. But then, since you never changed the Saturn thing, apparently you have little concern for your reputation. Thus, you show a commendable lack of attachment to the material world. Have you considered becoming a Zen Priest? I think it may be your calling. In light of THAT idea, your current question makes so much more sense. I am enlightened.
jeff419 I just have better stuff to do then educate someone suffering from a case of "invincible ignorance"
innocentbystander And, in the end, just a troll. Not even a particularly clever one. You disappoint me, sir.
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