dudejcb wrote:perhaps this guys explanations will help some understand the reality of this a little better.
http://www.versuscountry.com/itemdetail ... ionType=-1
you can find people in every dicipline who will disagree for whatever, and almost any, reason. Doctors and others held onto the view that cigarettes were non a health danger for many years.
We're not talking about the recorded histoory on man. it's geological history from ice cores, phossil evidence, etc. Supposing that the huge economies of the world don't have an impact, is akin to suggesting that air polution and smog are just natural things that happen around big cities. Extending that logic we could say water pollution is just a natrual thing too and industrial or municipal waste have no impact there either. Pollution is really all natural stuff only it appears in concentrations that create health and other problems. Seems like moderation in all things is the key generally.
Sure there is natural pollution (concetration of chemicals, particles, etc. ... around volcanos, geysers, mid-ocean vents and such, but observation, actual evidence and common sense suggest otherwise. The mini-ice age is now thought to have been caused by vulcanism. Meteor impacts have and uimpact (NO PUN). The point is that we have no control over much of nature, but we can control ourselves if we so choose.
Unusual snow in Las Vegas happens every now and then. A single event doesn't prove much one way or the other. But it stands to reason that as energy is added to any system, the system becomes more dynamic. That is indisputable physics and natural science. Dynamic activity means that hot and cold will begin happening more often in more places. This is why the nomenclature has changed from "global warming" to "climate change."
We are free to believe what we wish: in witches, goblins, super heros, space aliens, that the earth is flat, that ducks really do want to die. whatever.
MacMan wrote:Game on X3:
If you really wish to look into this and educate yourselves - PLEASE - take the time to read these facts that refute anything Al Gore has presented.
http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/monck ... rrors.html
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