On 7/31/2014 6:48 PM, Jason wrote: > In article <53DA8894.26AF@ix.netcom.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> If you look up >> in the sky >> on a clear day.. >> there is this thing >> called a Sun. >> >> It makes the Earth warm. >> >> Not too hot >> not too cold... >> just right. >> >> Global warming is caused by the position of the earth from the sun.
Really, pal? Then why is it coldest at my location when the sun is closest to Earth?
Good Twilight Zone episode. Shows the Earth leaving its orbit, though, which would give us other reasons for heebie-jeebies than mere global climate change.
> There are some other factors. For example, if there is excess sun spot > activity, it could cause the sun to be hotter than normal. If their is > cold air blowing in from the North Pole, that can cause changes in the > temperature. > Sun spot activity is not that big a contributor to global climate change.
And what do you think 'global' means, if you think cold air from the poles blowing towards the temperate regions means anything other than a change in local temperature?