Trade Martin

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Absolutely Separate Problems >> (Pollution & Climate Fluctuations)

Please note this BREAKING NEWS: :

Though sometimes connected……
They are two completely different subjects…..,
But many tend to get them mixed up……,
The first we can carefully control…..,
But the latter is totally in nature’s hands…..,
And has been since our planet began…..,
I realize that it’s very difficult……,
To clearly understand……,
Because many are scared…..,
And mistakenly influenced…..,
By the wide media coverage…..,
Which is caught up in the false frenzy…..,
That humans are causing…..,
“Global Warming”….,
But the truth is…..,
That our various emissions….,
Have hardly, if anything……,
To do with it…..! ! !

(So let’s work on fixing and improving our pollution problems…..,
….because we can’t possibly do anything about Global Warming
…..or Global Cooling for that matter….! ! !)

(You can take that to the bank…., (yours or mine) ….! ! !)

Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Edited: Monday, May 23, 2011

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