Which do you think is more possible in the next 20 years? CURING Cancer or Solving Climate Change?
We have been working on curing Cancer since it was first found. The earliest known descriptions of cancer appear in several papyri from Ancient Egypt. And to this day the best we have come up with is Treatments of all kinds, But NO Cure.
Now, Climate Change or its derivative titling has been on the forefront only this century? We have done a great job of working on air pollution, but Climate Change is more complex and is global in nature.
Even the most powerful modern day computers nature outwits us in predicting the weather. If we have this much trouble predicting then how can we change it
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 bradmasterOCcal 11 months ago
Why isn't finding the cure for CANCER more important for the world than Climate Change?If the whole world agreed on finding a cure for Cancer, would that be a better avenue for the world to take than what they have now on Climate Control? Just a thought.
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
Amusing or horrifying -- or both?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdFrpXMQ … embedded#!
by Goody5 5 years ago
Is it possible to predict how hard a Winter will be?Can someone predict what a Winter will be like based on a wooly worm's color, or the size of acorns. It's been said that a black wooly worm means a hard Winter, and a brown wooly worm means that there will be a mild Winter, while the bigger the...
by whonunuwho 4 years ago
Does climate change affect the ozone layer and cause more skin cancer to occur around the globe?Why is skin cancer more profound in numbers and what does climate change have to do with this problem?
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
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