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It features man made sole, heel which is stacked and sock lining with is fully padded. The lining is made of leather and lace up design is super convenient. The upper is very soft and made of leather. Its crafted in these colors: black and chestnut.

 

 
 
 
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The ice cores are a pretty good evidence on what happened during that time.  What people seem to not understand is that the rise in temp isn't going to be constant but a slow increase over time. It doesn't mean that it will be increasing every year and that the temp will always go up.  I would like to see one of these "geniuses" perform a relatively simple calculation. How much carbon does a human being generate during its lifetime including breathing, growing animals for food, clearing forests to live, cooking, traveling, keeping warm, etc.? If it turns out that the incremental human and associated population increase adds more carbon than our continued use of fossil fuel over a particular measure, what would they recommend? The number of carbon atoms on Earth has not significantly changed since the planet was formed. They have been sequestered and released into the atmosphere in various molecules throughout Earth's history. That is the natural condition of our planet. If you don't like carbon, the one element without which no life as we know it would exist, blame the stars. They are responsible for all of the carbon in the universe. They make this pollutant and spew it out into the void, along with every other element, until it coalesces into planets and other natural objects. This is environmental disaster on the grandest scale we know. Stars have been responsible for untold numbers of deaths of life forms for billions and billions of years throughout the universe. Forget global warming on Earth. The Sun will rid us of that problem in about 5 billion years. But that will just propagate the problem elsewhere. If you want to stop this disaster, we must destroy all the stars in the universe.

In 2006 my wife and I visited Glacier Bay in Alaska. The melting of that glacier is one of the best documented glacial meltings in the world, and it was melting prior to the year 1800. In 1800 the population of the world was one sixth or less of that today, and transportation was by horse, foot and sailing vessel. That 60 mile long glacier was largely melted by 1900, prior to the invention of the airplane and the mass production of the automobile. I have pointed this out in writing in letters to the editor of a local paper. These facts are studiously ignored and the fear mongering merely carries on. A few days ago I ran across a reader who commented on these pages re climate change that he had “done the research” and cited two books he had read. A Google search of the two titles together led me to a climate “deniers” website. The authors of this op-ed, with both political and financial interests in the fossil fuel industry, have their toast buttered on one side, as we discover in the brief italicized bios at the end of the piece, followed by a quick visit to the website of the Global Warming Policy Forum’s website. They too have apparently, “done the research.” Complete Guide? Oh please…

David, that's a really good question -- and the answer is (drum roll, please) I don't know. I, like every Republican candidate I've seen interviewed, am not a scientist. However, I've read evidence and arguments on each side and, UNLIKE every Republican candidate I've seen interviewed, cast my lot with the scientific consensus. As I lack the necessary expertise, "proof," of necessity for me, is statistical. MOST, if not nearly all climate scientists, agree -- climate change is real and man contributes to it. Maybe there's a less dire explanation for the rising water levels, record storms, melting ice caps and glaciers than man-made climate change, but I'm going with science first, and the simple directness of Occam's Razor as a back-up. The scientific explanations ring more true than the deniers' rationalizations. But, of course, I could be wrong. You see, Ricky, you are not being asked to VOTE here, but to THINK. No matter who or what you read, or listen to, there appears to be enough TIME for that. And by the way, what you call scientific consensus is a political ploy. Especially on something as nebulous as "Global Warming". "Scientific consensus" ain't science.

 

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