Changes and challenges at the top of the world

  • Article by: John Rash , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 1, 2013 - 6:37 PM

UND and U researchers use new media to preserve old ways in the Canadian Arctic.

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freedumb86Nov. 1, 13 9:00 PM

The earth heats up every summer and cools every winter. Why is this called global climate change? Its the seasons! Duh! Al Gore and the rest of his environmentalists want us to believe his graphs and stuff. No thanks science, I think I have a better understanding than your tax and spend government workers who invented this whole warming thing!

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theruntNov. 1, 13 9:43 PM

freedumb86 -- No thanks science, I think I have a better understanding --. Pretty much says it all.

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freewheelerNov. 1, 1310:28 PM

It appears the Obama administration is gearing up for a push on global warming. It is obvious the complicit lap dog media has gotten the message and we will soon see a series of articles based on faulty science and fictitious numbers.

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Rob7304Nov. 2, 1312:01 AM

We are overdue for the next ice age. That is a far more challenging proposition than warming, which is actually beneficial to most of mankind. We have current problems that the main stream press doesn't seem too interested in covering and climate is not one of them.

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unclemushyNov. 2, 13 8:53 AM

We have more polar bears today than 30 years ago. There is more ice at the antarctic than 35 years ago. There has been no warming of the earth in 12 years. It is time for this nonsense to stop. The lie has been exposed, Gore got filthy rich off of it and it is time to move on to another liberal manufactured crisis like acid rain, ozone holes and eagles dying from DDT.

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