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    Quote Originally Posted by mudr View Post

    The earth's climate has changed before- simple and short answer to this- yes it has. But never at this rate, which is very important.



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    How long has earth been in existence? And how long have 'we' been keeping records? How does anyone know that "nothing has changed at this rate before"(warming or cooling)?

    Just wondering out loud and not trying to be a wise a$$.
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    The link words it better than I could.

    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/news/how-d...cient-climates

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    I'm not buying that that is a very credible way to determine that this is the fastest rate that the climate has EVER changed..

    But the great thing is that everyone is entitled their own opinion.
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    .gov is the concerning part
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    >ow does anyone know that "nothing has changed at this rate before"(warming or cooling)?

    Science.
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    2015 - 51 taps, 26 buckets
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    [QUOTE=eustis22;333058]>ow does anyone know that "nothing has changed at this rate before"(warming or cooling)?

    Science.
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    Science is a pretty vague response to the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eustis22 View Post
    >ow does anyone know that "nothing has changed at this rate before"(warming or cooling)?

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    Science is a pretty vague response to their question.

    The real answer is that man does not know for sure, most is just based on hypothesis.
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    "The Cretaceous was a period with a relatively warm climate, resulting in high eustatic sea levels that created numerous shallow inland seas. These oceans and seas were populated with now-extinct marine reptiles, ammonites and rudists, while dinosaurs continued to dominate on land. During this time, new groups of mammals and birds, as well as flowering plants, appeared. The Cretaceous ended with a large mass extinction, the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, in which many groups, including non-avian dinosaurs, pterosaurs and large marine reptiles died out. "

    This is not a hypothesis. This happened. We have proof.

    Science.
    2017 - 49 taps on gravity, 6 on buckets.
    2016 - 19 taps on new 3/16 tubing, 24 on buckets
    2015 - 51 taps, 26 buckets
    2014 - 50 taps, 14 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, new 2X3 continuous flow Phaneuf from Homestead Maple
    2013 - 33 taps, 12 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, steam table pans
    2012 - 26 taps, 10 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, steam table pans
    2011 - 12 taps, coleman stove/turkey fryer boiling

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    What caused the extinction event?
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    giant frickin' asteroid whacking Yucatan. Where YOU been?
    2017 - 49 taps on gravity, 6 on buckets.
    2016 - 19 taps on new 3/16 tubing, 24 on buckets
    2015 - 51 taps, 26 buckets
    2014 - 50 taps, 14 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, new 2X3 continuous flow Phaneuf from Homestead Maple
    2013 - 33 taps, 12 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, steam table pans
    2012 - 26 taps, 10 buckets, steel railroad toolbox converted into arch, steam table pans
    2011 - 12 taps, coleman stove/turkey fryer boiling

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