Counterpoint to Noble commentary

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Dear Mrs. Watts.

Referencing Phil Noble’s article “The 11th Hour: Warsaw, Kiribati and South Carolina” printed in the Dec. 4, edition of The Journal Scene, the following is submitted as counter-point.

To support his premise that the earth’s climate is changing [warming] due to human activity, he illustrates several areas of the world that are losing land due to a rising sea level. Here, he might be reminded that the location of South Carolina’s coastline has changed numerous times in the past with it being many, many miles farther to the east and west than its current location.

I’m not sure that either group in this climate control debate can be absolutely sure that his or her side is correct; however, to provide the reader with some counter-point references, I offer the following websites, then, let the reader decide!





If one wants more information regarding this subject, he or she can find plenty of information for and against this current climate change hypothesis through other Internet searches.


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