Finally, there's some "good" news about global warming.
All that we've emitted into the atmosphere could mean no more ice ages any time soon, new research says.
Most research into the effects of the carbon dioxide accumulating in our atmosphere has looked ahead only to the next century or two.
But the emitted carbon dioxide isn't just going to disappear after that. Research has shown that some of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere now will hang around for quite awhile, probably tens or even hundreds of thousands of years. Read More.
Friday, September 07, 2007
Global Warming May Cancel Next Ice Age
This is very interesting, and puts global warming in a whole new perspective:
Posted by Ron Ballew at 9/07/2007