Isn't the term "global warming" a lame expression? Isn't more like 'escalating vacillation' or
'disequilibrium intensification'? For the last 10 thousand years the Earth as experienced an unusual relative 'calm' weather. Is this the reason for the human population explosion or as some have suggested that human agriculture was the 'calming' effect?
No, no, no, it's not "global warming" anymore, it's "climate change." It doesn't matter if it gets warmer, or colder, or if as it is every year the weather is the worst in living memory, it's the change itself. Unless it stays exactly the same as it is, preferably exactly the same as it was when the enviromaniac talking at the moment was slipping into a state of arrested adolescence during the halcyon days of summer when his hormones were starting to kick in with a vengeance, it's irrefutable proof that man-made climate change is destroying the world and must be stopped by giving him and people like him total control of everything. You have to get with the program here, ptosis.
by Randy Godwin 16 months ago
Why do you not believe in Global Warming/Climate Change?I have no doubt our earth is warming at an alarming rate. One of the reasons I think this is because of the photo I included with the question. Otzi--the Iceman--was frozen over 5000 years ago and has remained that way through all sorts of...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Are you concerned about global warming or do you feel it is more hype than fact?There is a lot of information available about global warming, almost as though there is too much information available. Does the "global warming" issue feel more like a marketing ploy or scientific fact?...
by emievil 9 years ago
I came upon this news that a study showed majority of the Americans do not believe humans caused global warming / climate change. Any idea if this is true? What about the rest of the world, what do we believe?This is the website - http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2 … -activity.
by Cecilia 8 years ago
My husband and I had a debate about global warming. He thinks we should spew out sulphur dioxide to cool the earth (as in the case of pinatubo) He claims a source said that in 6 months the problem will be over.But acid rain is caused by sulphur dioxide and it will poison our potable waters. I say...
by TheHoleStory 3 years ago
Do you think that there's something to the greenhouse effect and global warming?The main reason I'm asking this question is down in the South we normally start wearing winter coats in the month of September, and we stop wearing our coats sometime in the month of April. However this past year we...
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
If you have been watching the Weather Channel or your local weather station; you will realize that some of us have been experiencing phenomenal weather conditions. I heard that the wind chill factor in one city was 74- which is basically unheard of in the lower 48 states. It seems as if every...
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