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Why do people think climate change isn't real?


It has been some years since the first Kyoto, and yet there is still debate as to existence of global warming or climate change. Why? I have my own speculation: That it is fear based, causing people to plug their heads into the sands so that they can continue to be in denial. Am I wrong? By the way, i'm inspired to ask this question by my fellow Hubber alloporus.

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Cynthia Calhoun (cclitgirl) says

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    Eugene Hardy 4 years ago

    Slowly, be extremely slowly, most if not all of us should wake up.

    My hope anyway.

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Ralph Deeds says

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Reasons for Climate Change Skepticism

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lburmaster says

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    Eugene Hardy 4 years ago

    It is.

    I wonder thought at some online who proclaim it to be a liberal hoax.

    Makes no sense to me.

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    Eugene Hardy 4 years ago

    Sounds to me to be a reasonable answer.

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    Eugene Hardy 4 years ago

    What about large scale physical signs that climate change is happening. What region of the world do you live in? Have you noticed a difference in the environment or whether?

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