Here is a thought, maybe there isn't Climate Change happening, but that the Earth is getting smaller due to being exposed to nature's elements for thousands of thousands of years? Has any scientist tested this theory? Even consistent dripping of soft water can wear away the hardest rocks...just something else to think about. Is the Earth as large as it was when it was formed or has the revolutions around the Sun, that bring day and night, made the Earth smaller in circumference?

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