Falling Credibility Of Scientists Predicted In Global Warming Junk Science

Twenty-five years ago, climate experts predicted the demise of the Great Lakes.

12 Feb 1992, Page 7 – Star Tribune at Newspapers.com

There has been no change in Great Lakes water levels over the past century.

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The evidence is overwhelming that climate science is superstition – not science.

Read more at Real Climate Science

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And if anyone even bothered to watch Keven Cosners putrid movie WATERWORLD the earth would be flooded and he would play the part of some doofus named Mariner with his stupid gills and silly webbing between his fingers and swimming dolphin style and looking like a total bafoon

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    rakooi

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    Here is a cute little excuse for an article…
    25 YEARS AGO, some newspaper, the Star Tribune,(?) needed a filler article…and here you have it…partial quotes from a partial study.
    WHAT A JOKE !
    ….Climate Change Dispatch is scraping the bottom of their DISINFORMATION barrel.

    Fact. The 270 Largest Fresh Water Lakes are WARMING about TWICE as fast as our atmosphere is warming.
    This leads to increased algae blooms and fish die offs.

    A few bodies of water have largely evaporated.

    “And food supplies are in trouble too.

    A lot of research has been dedicated to studying the effects of climate change on the oceans, including ocean acidification, ocean warming and sea-level rise, but what about freshwater lakes? What impact is climate change having on them?

    A new study, published in the journal of Geophysical Research Letters and conducted by more than 60 scientists, announced on Friday (December 18) that climate change is rapidly heating up lakes around the world, threatening both freshwater supplies and ecosystems across the globe.

    According to the scientists, lakes are warming at an average of 0.61 degrees Fahrenheit every ten years, which is larger than the rate of warming of the oceans and the atmosphere — and this is worrisome. At this rate of warming, algae blooms, which remove oxygen from water, will increase by 20 percent over 100 years, with 5 percent of the blooms being toxic to fish, animals, and humans — thus making the water undrinkable.

    The life living within lakes is very sensitive to temperature changes….”

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