Scientific American : Trees Which Take Hundreds Of Years To Grow Have Taken Over Alaska During The Last 30 Years

http://www.scientificamerican.com/

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11 Responses to Scientific American : Trees Which Take Hundreds Of Years To Grow Have Taken Over Alaska During The Last 30 Years

  1. MikeTheDenier says:

    Some in the EU have completely lost their freaking minds…

    EU to ban cars from cities by 2050

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/eu/8411336/EU-to-ban-cars-from-cities-by-2050.html

  2. BT Harley says:

    yeah but where did the seeds come from?… oh, I know, from the forests in the MWP, seeds keep well in cold storage don’t they…

  3. K says:

    Everyone who used to subscribe to SA have dropped them – usually years ago when it became obvious they were more interested in pushing their politics than in science. The left just can’t keep politics out of everything they touch.

  4. hyperzombie says:

    Here is the same basic story with a slight difference. Read the last paragraph and you will realize that climate studies pays very well indeed.
    http://scienceblog.com/44009/russian-boreal-forests-undergoing-vegetation-change/

  5. Michael A. Lewis, Ph.D. says:

    Well, of course there’s a “biome shift.” It’s been going on for the past 20,000 years. The boreal forest spread into Alaska 8,000 years ago and has been continually changing as the interglacial proceeds. Changes continue. Nothing ot get “hot” and bothered about. Climate is variable. This is news?

    • Tucci says:

      It’s “news” if (and to the the extent to which) it plays to the advantage of those who want every aspect of human existence locked under the command of politicians and bureaucrats.

      There is at Scientific American a pervasive policy to the effect that the average individual human being cannot be expected to function as a morally or intellectually autonomous agent, and therefore should not be permitted freedom to make any real choices for himself.

      Everything else in the periodical’s editorial practices follows from that presumption.

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