There are very few, but one is that in the book the "owl man" appears in the library but in the movie there isn't one. They are both from the midwest.
He did respond to me in another thread, after he said he had blocked me. You trolls need to get your act together!
You really want to bring this up? Mike Richardson Adios, Troll Lord. Remember, the militant compatriots will be with you, always. Read further down, in the comments. JWrenn Not without evidence it is not. JWrenn I tried searching a few things you posted…nothing came up regarding what you said.
Like the million solar thing…yeah nothing. Try looking at the geocraft. Human existence on that scale would be just a pin-prick on the graph. You really think humans can have any really significant long term effect on the planet?
JWrenn I am debating that there have been huge dips in temperature long ago, but I am debating your solar side of things. That you think some solar dust is going to drop the temp every million years.
I have found nothing saying that at all. Which is why I searched for interstellar reasons, it took several searches, changing the wording each time, and scanning through several dozen papers to eventually obtain the correct responses. The galaxy looks like a starfish, with curved legs or arms.
JWrenn Well i went looking for that info as you said to go search for it…and I found nothing. The amount of dust would have to be huge considering how large space is. The amount of area that it would have to cover, to get in between us and the sun, would require there to be a lot of it.
Ever noticed the difference between summer and winter? Summer is warm, and nice, winter is cold, and in the USA, you get snow. This year there was snow in Florida, and the Sahara desert, which is very unusual. Do you think that might be a sign of the Earths land masses cooling? Recently there have been record cold temperatures, and record snow falls in both the northern, and southern hemispheres.
JWrenn Not debating that lowering the amount of sun getting to the earth, or part of the earth cools it. Debating how much dust it would take to get between us and the sun to cause a large change in earth temperature. Then take that amount and imagine how much dust there would have to be out in the solar system in a clump and our trajectory to pass through it.
That is a lot of dust. It also as far as I can see, has never been postulated by a serious scientist as the reason for the cooling. All those specks will reflect a lot of sun, compared to no dust at all. As for scientist and interstellar dust, its accepted fact amongst astronomers.
We are talking arms of the Galaxy here, not open space. Its space dust that collects, and eventually forms planets and suns. JWrenn And how much dust would there have to be in a cloud floating out in space, for us to pass through it, not suck all of it into our sun and get this cooling effect for a large amount of time.
This is one giant cloud we are passing through right? So it has a lot of dust. Even if this is out there and if you are right…. I am sure there is a cloud that could do this but no scientists that I have seen agree with you.
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