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Born in Coleman, Alberta (now part of the Crowsnest Pass Municipality). Grew up on a mixed farm, in SW Alberta - thus can use every hand tool, and a lot of power-tools, with variable skill. Grin. Worked as a Seismic surveyor for about 30 years. Due to the aforewritten, I see Anthropogenic Climate Change as bunk of the impurest water, as bad as the old Philostogen theory of Combustion! During my lifetime of 2 &1/3 Climate Cycles (taken as 30 years long, in the definition, eh?), I have seen quite a few sequences of variable weather, here in Alberta, and northern Canada, in the Sahel (NE Republic of Niger), and in Tanzania. Seeing petrified logs on a Canadian Arctic Island; seeing the dry ponds, lakes, and watercourses in NE Republic of Niger; and seeing the lush growth in the country 50 miles south of Dar-es-Salaam, in Tanzania: makes a fellow who grew up on the High Plains of Alberta _think_ about the climate cycles. Especially because we Albertans have lots of Glacial Erratics (the rocks the Continental Glaciers left behind), plus the EcoShelter that the tops of the Cypress Hills (in SE Alberta) provided due to not being overtopped by the glaciers, which provide examples of what conditions were like before, during, and after those Glaciers. Then, the stubborn Norse farm fields, melting out from under Greenland's glaciers, plus the written records of Bishops casting maledictions at surging Mountain glaciers in Europe, during the Dalton Minimum's results upon the weather in Europe, do make an olde farm boy to think about the Hockey Stick Graph, then about the physical evidence. I go with the evidence...

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