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Originally Posted by ksa8907 View Post
My point is: there are so many variables, how can anyone possibly say that any one particular thing is causing global warming? How can you make observations and come to an assumption based on experiments where you control zero variables?

Is the earth temperature rising? Yes. Are we at least partially at fault? Probably. Are there other things that are warming the earth also? Most likely.

How much of that blame/cause belongs to each variable?
My point is that magnetic variance can be taken out of the equation.
It is not to blame for recent changes, and the report suggest it won't have much effect if it does occur.

We may be flogging the horse, along with volcanoes and who knows what. Maybe the volcanoes hurt the horse more than we do - but we're flogging it nonetheless. We may not be the single cause that kills it, but we do hurt it.
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