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Very insightful answer, Landmark. I have learned something.
Natural cycles will happen regardless of human behavior, so I tend to think that man's "global warming " concerns are overblown since we can do little to halt it. Our actions, however, do affect climate change to a degree.
Regardless of the Earth's weather cycles, it's impossible to deny that we're pumping a lot of pollution into the atmosphere. Such reckless behavior will have consequences. The Earth might correct it, but that doesn't mean we'll be around to see it.
The pollution is way overblown. One volcanic eruption releases an massive amount of methane gas when compared to human activity. We are just another chain in the ecosystem. Human arrogance overstates its own importance and relevance.
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