US songbirds getting smaller, possibly as a result of climate change

Subject: US songbirds getting smaller, possibly as a result of climate change
From: peter crow <>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 15:09:45 +1000
I have no doubt that the data does indicate that song birds are getting smaller. The problem is whether it is as a result of climate change.

It seems that CC is being credited with possibly being involved with many things when we don't really know.

i think associating results with climate change in this manner "possibly as a result of" Doesn't do a lot of good.

I am not a CC believer, nor am I a denier nor am I a sceptic. I simply don't have the background or knowledge to make a balanced judgement.

I consider it highly likely that the amount of gunk we have poured into the atmosphere has done no good and is "probably" causing all sorts of things including "possibly" climate change.

We need substantial facts (as much as possible) to establish that we have caused climate change so that we don't have "believers or deniers."

We need facts that we mugs can understand and appreciate. Believing or not believing are not options. We need knowers.


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