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02/17/2014

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If water levels are rising wouldn't shorelines be increasing? It seems to me that when it rains and a puddle of water gets deeper its shoreline increases.

If scientists conclude that climate change is man made based on their opinion, are they really scientists? I mean, isn't the definition of {scientist} one who ascribes to the scientific method? It seems to me that there should be no debate in the conclusion because according to the scientific method the conclusion has been tested and proven. If scientists are debating Man Made Climate Change then they are either debating a hypothesis or they aren't scientists. Scientists only have opinions on hypothesis not conclusions.

The scientists are basing their conclusions about man-made climate change on facts, not on opinions.

Some people still doubt the reality of climate change, just as some people still doubt the reality of evolution.

Rising sea levels run up against highways and other developments, and this means that beaches, wetlands, and other natural waterfront areas are shrinking.

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