Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Sometimes People Agree With Me

Just yesterday, I wrote a piece in this blog about Global Warming (See Full Story). In that commentary, I wrote about the Gaia Hypothesis and the fact that increased CO2 in our atmosphere might actually create a more robust plant activity with higher outputs of oxygen; thus, negating Global Warming.

Well, it didn't take long for someone else to agree with me. In fact, only a day after writing that entry, this news story came out: "Higher CO2 levels may be good for plants: German scientists" (Click to See Story). To me, this is just logical. It is consistent with the concept that every action has equal and opposing reaction. Something that the Global Warming devotees don't seem to understand.

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