[permaculture] GLOBAL WARMING:- A different 'take' on it
jodyt2 at mac.com
Tue Apr 10 05:35:41 EDT 2007
I don't have a lot of info on this, but I've found a completely different theory as well. I'm trying to research it now.
The earths core is warming, and that is what is warming the oceans. The plates are shifting which is revealing decomposing material & releasing gasses (many reports in the news about gas alarms being set off on ships and there being no gas leak, birds suddenly dying en masse). The warmed oceans affect the weather...
Any one else stumbled across this theory?
Sorry if this ones been around the block already. I hadn't read anything in this list about it so far.
On Monday, April 09, 2007, at 04:28PM, "Laurence Gaffney" <lgaffney at bigpond.com> wrote:
>Over the past couple of months I have come across a different take on the cause of global warming.
>Essentially the Theory is that deforestation is destroying the Earths Ability to regulate temperature.
>Mollison has long argued that forests have an effect locally on weather (See TREES AND THEIR ENERGY TRANSACTIONS in Chapter 6 of his Permaculture Designers Manual)
>Some of this chapter was sourced I think from the 1983 article titled Forest Weather by Bayard Webster (see Link)
>At a Mollison /Lawton Permaculture Design Course in Melbourne Australia (Jan 07) students were referred to the following Article:-
>This is not a good article and is wrong in fact in a number of places. It may suffer from poor translation. However it does outline the Theory.
>More significant is an article entitled "The Biology of Global Warming and its Profitable Mitigation" published in the SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK UPDATE - No 64E funded by the Australian CSIRO.
>This Theory seems to make "Common Sense" to me.
>Can anyone out there debunk this Theory for me please?.
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