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Re: Re: REF: zone maps

Neil A Mogensen <neilm@charter.net> wrote
One thing about global warming (regardless how one wants to argue the cause)
is that with the gradient of change as steep as it is right now, the whole
world climate and oceanic circulation is disturbed, confused and causing all
sorts of contridictions in what has "always" been so.

But it hasn't always been stable at all!........................
---Here in Kansas, study of tree rings has shown that the climate under which the white took over was not at all typical.  The dust bowl days of the 30s was actually more nearly typical.  To the extent that any time was typical.

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