Is it denying 'climate chage'? We have the the mini ice ages recorded in Eouropean history of a few centuries ago and going back to the changes since year dot.
The climate constantly changes, always has and always will.
This question doesn't have enough information to really be answered.
Are we talking about Climate Change, Global Warming or Global Dimming.
Then what aspect of these terms are we discussing here.
The climate changes 4 times a year: spring, summer, autumn, and winter! Seriously, what happens to the earth's climate is primarily due to forces of nature beyond our control. Even if the rather puny "efforts" of mankind to affect the climate were having an impact, it is probably miniscule at best. Is it really necessary to have draconian laws that stifle business and screw up the economy in the name of "climate change?'' I for one am sick of $4.00/gallon gasoline and the resulting drag on our economy due to the inflated price of oil, especially as there are billions of barrels of oil right in our own country but the "tree-huggers" won't let us get to it! Ridiculous.
by My Esoteric 36 hours ago
Since the 1980s (I remember them well) environmental scientists have been predicting global devastation if the world does nothing to prevent the rise in global temperature. Why then? Because enough time had elapsed since the beginning of the industrial revolution for the damage it began...
by Randy Godwin 11 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 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 Eugene Hardy 6 years ago
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...
by Sychophantastic 3 years ago
These are results of a public policy poll:Q1 Do you believe global warming is a hoax, ornot?Do ................................................................... 37%Do not ............................................................. 51%Not sure...
by emievil 8 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.
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