Can sunspots affect global climate change?
What's the sun doing right now? What will it do in the next 1-3 years? What will be the effects?
by ptosis 2 years ago
Geoengineering to reverse global climate change: good or bad idea?Scary? Or maybe filling the sky with chemicals that would partially block the sun would be a solution? Or is it too risky & fraught with potential unintended consequences? What would be worse? Global warming or a...
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
Assuming that with continued global climate change, people will start migrating, where will they go?This summer in California was almost unbearable, and if last October was any indication, it will continue this way for a few more weeks! Without air-conditioning, there would be no work to be...
by Pamda Man 9 years ago
I recently did some research on global warming. I found out that the USA is emitting over 25% of the world's polluting gases. These include sulphur dioxide which causes acid rain, and nitrous oxides which causes health problems. I find this very alarming, as the USA, as a developed country, is...
by ThunderKeys 6 years ago
I'm confused. I've read and heard arguments that global warming is really just part of a natural temperature change process for the earth. I've also read that it's completely man-made? Is it one or both of these? Please explain.
by liamoreilly 4 years ago
Global climate change: we live in the information age but is not climate change the result of...the industrial age?
by Ralph Schwartz 23 months ago
Have you, like most Americans, finally given up on the Global Climate Change scam?Nearly three-quarters of Americans don’t trust that there is a large “scientific consensus” amongst climate scientists on human behavior being the cause of climate change, according to an in-depth survey on...
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