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Global Warming Ans

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 Answers to Global Warming
Global Warming Defense F/L..................................................................................................................................................................3Global Warming Defense F/L..................................................................................................................................................................4Global Warming Defense F/L..................................................................................................................................................................5Global Warming Defense F/L..................................................................................................................................................................6Global Warming Defense F/L..................................................................................................................................................................7Extns #1- No Impact................................................................................................................................................................................8Extns #2- Natural Causes.........................................................................................................................................................................9Extns #2- Natural Causes.......................................................................................................................................................................10Extns #3- Global Warming Irreversible.................................................................................................................................................11Extns #5- Scrutinize Their Ev / Biased..................................................................................................................................................12Extns #6- No Warming...........................................................................................................................................................................13Extns #7- C02 Emissions.......................................................................................................................................................................14Extns #7- C02 Emissions.......................................................................................................................................................................15************************Answers to Global Warming Bad Scenarios*********************................................................16AT: Arctic Destruction / Ice Caps Melting.............................................................................................................................................17AT: Arctic Destruction / Ice Caps Melting.............................................................................................................................................18AT: Kilimanjaro Proves.....................................................................................................................................................................19AT: Sea Level Rise (1/2)........................................................................................................................................................................20AT: Sea Level Rise (2/2)........................................................................................................................................................................21AT: Sea Levels - Tuvalu Island Proves..............................................................................................................................................22AT: Sea Levels – Vanuatu and Tegua Prove...........................................................................................................................................23AT: Sea Levels – Venetia Prove.............................................................................................................................................................24AT: Sea Levels – Computer Data Prove................................................................................................................................................25AT: Sea Levels – Maldives Prove..........................................................................................................................................................26AT: Sea Levels – Small Island Prove.....................................................................................................................................................27AT: Sea Levels – Glacier Melt Causing.................................................................................................................................................28Morner Qualifications.......................................................................................................................................................................29AT: Economic Collapse..........................................................................................................................................................................30AT: War (1/3)................................................................................................................................................................................................................31AT: War (2/3).........................................................................................................................................................................................32AT: War (3/3).........................................................................................................................................................................................33AT: War - Extns #3- Tyranny.............................................................................................................................................................34AT: Forests (1/2)....................................................................................................................................................................................35AT: Forests (2/2)....................................................................................................................................................................................36AT: Disease............................................................................................................................................................................................37AT: Water Shortages / Water Wars.........................................................................................................................................................38AT: Water Shortages / Water Wars.........................................................................................................................................................39AT: Water Shortages / Water Wars.........................................................................................................................................................40AT: Water Shortages / Water Wars.........................................................................................................................................................41AT: Natural Disasters.............................................................................................................................................................................42AT: Extreme Weather.............................................................................................................................................................................43AT: Extreme Weather.............................................................................................................................................................................44AT: Extreme Weather.............................................................................................................................................................................45AT: Fires.................................................................................................................................................................................................46AT: Refugees (1/2).................................................................................................................................................................................47AT: Refugees (2/2)................................................................................................................................................................................48AT: Refugees – Security K (1/3)............................................................................................................................................................49AT: Refugees – Security K (2/3)...........................................................................................................................................................50AT: Refugees – Security K (3/3)............................................................................................................................................................51AT: Biodiversity (1/3)............................................................................................................................................................................52AT: Biodiversity (2/3)............................................................................................................................................................................53AT: Biodiversity (3/3)............................................................................................................................................................................54AT: Biodiversity – Turn: Wetlands (1/2)...............................................................................................................................................55
 
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AT: Biodiversity – Turn: Wetlands (2/2)................................................................................................................................................56AT: Plankton – Turn: Pollution Good....................................................................................................................................................57AT: Plankton – Turn: Marine Mammals (1/2)........................................................................................................................................58AT: Plankton – Turn: Marine Mammals (2/2)........................................................................................................................................59AT: Plankton – No Impact......................................................................................................................................................................60************************Answers to Global Warming Science*********************..........................................................61AT: Scientific Consensus (1/3)...............................................................................................................................................................62AT: Scientific Consensus (2/3)...............................................................................................................................................................63AT: Scientific Consensus (3/3)...............................................................................................................................................................64AT: “Scientific Consensus- Oreskes”.....................................................................................................................................................65AT: IPCC (1/4) ......................................................................................................................................................................................66AT: IPCC (2/4).......................................................................................................................................................................................67AT: IPCC (3/4).......................................................................................................................................................................................68AT: IPCC (4/4)................................................................................................................................................................................................................69AT: Hockeystick Chart...........................................................................................................................................................................70AT: Computer Models............................................................................................................................................................................71************************Global Warming Good Scenarios*********************.................................................................72Global Warming Good- S02...................................................................................................................................................................73Global Warming Good- Economy (1/2).................................................................................................................................................74Global Warming Good- Economy (2/2).................................................................................................................................................75Extns- Warming key to Economy......................................................................................................................................................76Global Warming Good- Winter..............................................................................................................................................................77Global Warming Good- Agriculture.......................................................................................................................................................78Deforestation Impact Module ...........................................................................................................................................................79Water Wars Impact Module....................................................................................................................................................................80Global Warming Bad- Arctic Conflict (1/2)...........................................................................................................................................82Global Warming Bad- Arctic Conflict (2/2)...........................................................................................................................................83AT: Russia won’t use Nukes..............................................................................................................................................................84Global Warming Good- Famine.............................................................................................................................................................85Global Warming Good- Hurricanes.......................................................................................................................................................86Global Warming Good- Coral Reef (1/2)...............................................................................................................................................87Global Warming Good- Coral Reef (2/2)...............................................................................................................................................88Global Warming Good- Ice Age............................................................................................................................................................89Global Warming Good- Rice (1/2).........................................................................................................................................................90Global Warming Good- Rice (1/2).........................................................................................................................................................91Random Economic Collapse Good Card...............................................................................................................................................92Aff- Global Warming Bad
Terrorism................................................................................................................................................93Aff- Global Warming Bad
Terrorism................................................................................................................................................94
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Global Warming Defense F/L
1.No negative impact to global warming—history and modern science disproves all of theirscenarios; their arguments are propaganda so scientists can get research grants.Jaworowski 8 [
Professor, Zbigniew March,
Fear Propaganda”,http://www.ourcivilisation.com/aginatur/cycles/chap3.htm, chairman of the Scientific Council of the CentralLaboratory for Radiological Protection in Warsaw. In the winter of 1957-1958, he measured the concentrationof 
CO
2
in the atmospheric air at Spitsbergen. During 1972 to 1991, he investigated the history of the pollutionof the global atmosphere, measuring the dust preserved in 17 glaciers—in the Tatra Mountains in Poland, inthe Arctic, Antarctic, Alaska, Norway, the Alps, the Himalayas, the Ruwenzori Mountains in Uganda, and thePeruvian Andes. He has published about 20 papers on climate, most of them concerning the
CO
2
measurementsin ice cores. M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.]
 
Doomsayers preaching the horrors of warming are not troubled by the fact that in the Middle Ages, when for afew hundred years it was warmer than it is now, neither the Maldive atolls nor the Pacific archipelagos wereflooded. Global oceanic levelshave been rising 
for some hundreds or 
thousands of years (
the causes of this phenomenon are notclear). In the last 100 years, this increase amounted to 10 cm to 20 cm,
but it does not seem to be accelerated by the 20th Centurywarming. It turns out that in warmer climates, there is more water that evaporates from the
ocean
 
(and subsequentlyfalls as snow on the Greenland and Antarctic ice caps
)
than there is water that flows to the seas from melting glaciers
.
(17) 
Since the 1970s, the glaciers of the Arctic, Greenland, and the Antarctic
have ceased to retreat, and havestarted to grow
.
On January 18, 2002, the journal
Science
published the results of satellite-borne radar and ice core studies performed by scientists fromCalTech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of California at Santa Cruz. These results
 
indicate that the Antarctic ice flow hasbeen slowed, and sometimes even stopp
ed,
and that
this has resulted in the thickening of the continental glacier 
at a rate of 26.8 billion tons a year.
 
(25
)
In 1999, a Polish Academy of Sciences paper was prepared as a source material for a report titled "Forecast of the DefenseConditions for the Republic of Poland in 2001-2020." The paper implied that the increase of atmospheric precipitation by 23 percent in Poland, which was presumedto be caused by global warming, would be detrimental. (Imagine stating this in a country where 38 percent of the area suffers from permanent surface water deficit!)The same paper also deemed an extension of the vegetation period by 60 to 120 days as a disaster. Truly, a possibility of doubling the crop rotation, or even prolonging by four months the harvest of radishes, makes for a horrific vision in the minds of the authors of this paper. Newspapers continuously write about theincreasing frequency and power of the storms. The facts, however, speak otherwise. I cite here only some few data from Poland, but there are plenty of data from allover the world. In Cracow, in 1896-1995,
the number of storms with hail and precipitation exceeding 20 millimeters hasdecreased continuously,
and after 1930, the number of all storms decreased.
In 1813 to 1994, the frequency and magnitude of floods of Vistula River in Cracow not only did not increase but, since 1940, have significantly decreased.
Also, measurements in the Kolobrzeg Baltic Sea harbor indicate that the number of gales has not increased between 1901 and 1990.
 
Similar observations apply to the 20th Century hurricanes over theAtlantic Ocean
and worldwide.
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