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Well if scientest phil jones says so it must be true.  Deja vu all over again.  Lock this sucka up of fill it with grabasserie.

Well, given that he was an oft-touted source in the argument for global warming, a bit of a turn around.

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It seems that some also haven't heard about the emails of scientists and others that pretty well prove a concocted conspiricy to push 'global warming' for other's profit.

More and more scientists are admitting so.  There are scientists, weather forecasters, and college professors who were attacked for refuteing global warming and some even lost thier jobs.

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So much mis-information on this subject.

On one hand, if the climate really is warming, what type of Setter would be best for a walk in the warmer grouse woods, Llewellin or Rymen? Big running or close ranging so you could give him water more often to cope with the additional heat?

Conversely, if it is in fact getting colder, does one stick with a more traditional flushing Lab or perhaps seek out a pointing Lab? If the lakes are all frozen, swimming/retrieving skills aren't as high a priority as ducks will be walking around on the ice anyway so maybe the dog could point them.

So many possibilities.

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I was listening to a radio interview of Joe Bastardi last week, he said it's amazing the hate mail he gets when he points out historical data and weather patterns indicating that the current GW feeding frenzy is not based on good data and science.
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On one hand, if the climate really is warming, what type of Setter would be best for a walk in the warmer grouse woods, Llewellin or Rymen?

Duhhhhhh cover dog setters, everyone knows that.

Big running or close ranging so you could give him water more often to cope with the additional heat?

Big running of course.  Dog ranges out, finds water, gets a drink and is back to work finding birds.  Boot lickers will be coming back in every couple minutes for another drink.

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