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January 15, 2009

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Kimballcorson

"Preventing global warming requires lowering carbon production, and China produces a high level of carbon emissions."

While the latter part of this statement is true, the former is not. We would have some global warming without carbon emissions. There are natural climatic warming cycles and we are in one . . . sort of. I say sort of because some parts of the globe are actually in a cooling trend. Blanket statements like the one above are hard to make accurately.

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