What types of human activities have caused an increase in climate change?
Originally, it was Global Warming. Quickly, scientists, statisticians, and weather men challenged this claim. So, they went to global cooling. Then, more challenges were made in the context of centuries rather than decades. So, the promoters went to the extremely vague "climate change."
Because it is so vague, it is all-encompassing. Anything that fails to preserve the current climate creates change. So, the answer to your question is, "Every human activity changes the climate." Breathing, showering, switching on a light... all of it affects the climate.
However, I believe the change in weather is to be blamed not on physical activities, but rather on spiritual failures: lascivious, greedy living, for example. Jeremiah shared this bit he heard from God: The birds of the air and the fish of the sea are disappearing because of the sin of man.
by ahorseback 2 weeks ago
I New it ! The era of "political correctness" may finally be maturing into something slightly better ? NOAA having been instrumental in promoting the whole recent Global Warming alarmism may be returning to it's actual day jobof predicting the weather?
by SparklingJewel 19 months ago
from the patriotpost:::a new study out of England, where scientists are relying not on computer-generated models of the Earth, but the real thing.Wolfgang Knorr of the University of Bristol's Department of Earth Sciences has found that in the past 160 years the Earth's absorption of carbon dioxide...
by Jack Lee 8 months ago
If Climate Change is caused by humans, and it is so dire, why billionaires don't act like it?Just a hypothetical question thinking out of the box...The super rich like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett and Google boys and Bezos and Jack Ma...flies around the globe in private jets, lives in gigantic...
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.
by Scott S Bateman 15 months ago
It also banned the phrase "emissions reduction".I'm hopeful that the Trump administration will soon ban other stupid phrases, such as "freedom of expression".http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/e … ned-236655
by Arthur Russ 7 months ago
Why Are so Many Americans in Denial of Human’s Contribution to Climate Change, and the Harm its Doing to the Planet?The evidence is so clear, just to name a few:-• The correlation between the burning of fossil fuel since the start of the Industrial Revolution and the increase in...
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