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We know who is doing it, yet we claim we don’t know why people are showing up with bullets in their heads.” Just two weeks after denying the reality of global warming, Palin backpedaled awkwardly in her interview with Charlie Gibson on ABC, in an apparent attempt to bring her views more into line with Senator Mc Cain’s: “I believe that man’s activities certainly can be contributing to the issue of global warming, climate change.” Our activities global warming, period.
Right now, this carbon is essentially frozen in place.Sarah Palin’s Alaska has been called the “Paul Revere of global warming.” That’s because the sharp impacts the state has been feeling, including the just-announced near-record melting of Arctic sea ice this summer, are a warning of what the rest of us will soon be feeling.But even as these impacts have become evident (and notwithstanding her equivocal, unconvincing comments about climate change in her recent interview with ABC’s Charlie Gibson), Palin has remained in a state of denial.These changes, the researchers concluded, may trigger a cascade of harm to plants and animals, including reductions in waterfowl species.Of course, the overwhelming majority of scientists attribute the warming that’s triggering these changes to our emissions of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping greenhouse gases.
If she should ever ascend to the presidency, we would be right back where we started from with a leader who believes in her guts, like George W. And that fantasy could ultimately lead to a truly scary future. Winter temperatures there have soared by as much as 5 to 7 degrees F over the past 50 years, bringing a host of environmental changes.