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The scientific opinion on climate change is that the Earth's climate warming up.. Why still argue ?


There is a 99% Probability that Manmade Emissions Have Caused Climate Change Why do we still debate if there is a climate change at all ?

 

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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    Sounds to me a sensible answer, people are not used to think global.we think local, and if you do not think to deeply all looks fine locally.

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 3 years ago

    Climate change has been ongoing for 4.5 billion years. No one is denying climate change. Earth is far more resilient than you think. 1975 the big scare was Global Cooling.


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    I don't have the answer but this sounds like a good one


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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 3 years ago

    Your answer would be compelling if Big Oil wasn't behind this Global Warming hoax. Just look at the Rockefeller Fdn. website on climate change. They stand to make $Trillion$ on Carbon Tax. Pay up!


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    Aime (Aime F) 3 years ago

    There are scientists and well educated people who think vaccines cause autism, too... but like the people in this video, they're in the vast minority. Opinion of scientists SHOULD count for something when so many hold the same one.


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    We'll said. There is one difference though between the climate change debate and religion. Climate change you can proof the existence of a god you can't. And climate change is proven by scientist. What politicians do is a different thing though...


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    We'll said Link10103 man is capable of many things and to ignore climate change and point the guilty finger to volcanos is simpleminded behavior. We simply have to take responsibility and do something about it.


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    Climate change is a fact, and even if you think mankind is not the guilty one, we are the only species on this world that can stop climate change and therefore have the obligation to do so.


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    The osmium petition is simplistic. 32000 scientis sounds a lot but is only 0.3% of the total scientist graduates from the USA. Scientist outside the USA where not asked. And by the way the petition started in 2008 and is out of date.


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    PeterStip 2 years ago

    Climate change is made made, but the cause is not important any more. The question is : How can we change climate change. Because it's going rapidly. We're not talking about grandchildren. We are talking about 10-20 years.


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    Aime (Aime F) 3 years ago

    What source says that only 5% of all pollution is man made?


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    PeterStip 3 years ago

    Some people use the word global warming, I was using the word Climate Change. Locally it may seem that it is getting colder or wetter but it is a global weather change with consequences for crops and way of living that effects us all.


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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 3 years ago

    JT, this isn't the unreliability of science. You're reading it all wrong. Science is highly reliable. Ego and politics are the problem, here. Just like the corruption of religion, Ego is the bad guy. Real scientists have abandoned the IPCC.