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    What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    I wonder what our people think. Personally, I believe that the problem is there, but Western environmentalists are ****ing Sith and erect in absolute. Either Gretochka-girl and how dare you, or in complete denial go away and "noke ninouka"

    What do we think?

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    seems like a huge tax cow to me

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    George Carlin says it the best.
    "Did you ever think about the arithmetic?" "The planet has been here 4-1/2 billion years. We've been here, what, 100,000, maybe 200,000? And we've only been engaged in heavy industry for a little over 200 years. Two hundred years vs. 4-1/2 billion. And we have the conceit to think that somehow we are a threat? That somehow we are gonna put in jeopardy this beautiful little green ball that's just floating around the sun. The planet has been through a lot worse than us. The planet isn't going anywhere — we are."

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    It's pretty hard to say it's not happening at this point. We'd all rather not admit it's our fault, but all the scientific fingers are firmly pointed in our direction.
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    I don't deny that the globe is warming but I also have to question why .
    one problem with science is funding , they go where there is the most funding , and they push reasons why they need more funding . We had the ozone scare which cost how much .
    I watched that idiot David Suzuki (not a scientist but influential) push to have the local fish farms shut down because of sea lice , and it was looking as though salmon farms were going to come to an end . The second he joined up with Gore and global warming it would appear that the sea lice problem had either gone away , lacked importance , or it didn't pay well enough . The fish farms are still running strong

    The biggest problem I have with all of this global warming is the fact that I am already over taxed and more carbon tax is applied by the year . I only see it as a tax cow to a government that recently bought an oil pipeline .

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    Fish farms aside, what do you think is driving climate breakdown? Is it really just an unprecedented rapid rise in global temperatures caused by unexplicable natural forces that happens to coincide with our burning of all this carbon stored up for millions of years and spewing it into the atmosphere? Or do you really imagine all these scientists all over the world have gotten together in a giant conspiracy against the fossil fuel industry, and are trying to drive taxes up (for some reason)?

    The ozone hole was real (although there were lots of deniers), and the worldwide action to identify and remediate it was actually a big success story that didn't end up costing that much after all. See: https://www.pbs.org/about/about-pbs/...ed-the-planet/ It's a model for what we need to do about this looming climate catastrophe, before it's too late (if it isn't already).
    Andrew Werby
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    I don't believe in conspiracy theories nor do I necessarily in scientific theories . The ice age was real and we are still coming out of it . Look at a typical winter thaw and how the melt begins slowly , then over time the melt gets quicker by the day . The day sun melts the snow and the cool air nights freezes everything again . Every day the structure of the snow and ice crystalize and changes , and every day it weakens . I think the same thing is happening to whats left of the ice age , but then thats my theory .
    There are numerous factors that affect the earth , solar activity greatly impacts us . It was within the past couple yrs that we were the closest to the sun than we will be for a long time to come . As minute of a distance per year we travel back from the sun there will be a global effect . This is just one of many things that has a natural effect

    Interestingly enough the farmers almanac has not changed a thing in how they predict the weather for a whole yr , yet their accuracy hasn't changed .

    As far as taxes go , I'm paying carbon taxes , where is all that money going ?? It's a cash cow , plain and simple and the government justifies it by saying we are doing this to save the world . It's hasn't stopped the burning of fuels .

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    Lightbulb Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    The biggest problem I have with all of this global warming is the fact that I am already over taxed and more carbon tax is applied by the year . I only see it as a tax cow to a government that recently bought an oil pipeline. www.linkbook.bio

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    Disposal of all those dead Lithium batteries we're going to end up with will make things worse!!!
    Electric vehicles are a dead technology already!!!.

    Been trying to get elec rc's to make it to the end of a 20 min main final for the last 20 years.
    Still can't do it without having to coast!!.

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    All you need to know about the ability of scientist to predict what the planet will do next...

    Popular Technology.net: 1970s Global Cooling Alarmism

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    Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    Countries should take climate change seriously, the earth is warming at an alarming speed. Recently there was news that a huge chunk of ice from Antarctica separated from the main glacier and submerged into the sea. Due to this sea level is rising at an alarming speed. If this global warming is not controlled by nations then a time will come when Earth's low-lying areas will be submerged into the sea. As a responsible citizen of Earth Kellton Tech has started an initiative to reduce the carbon footprint, so that a step must be taken to reduce global warming. Every company should start an initiative for the well-being of Earth.

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    Exclamation Re: What do you think about climate change/global warming?

    Quote Originally Posted by awerby View Post
    It's pretty hard to say it's not happening at this point. We'd all rather not admit it's our fault, but all the scientific fingers are firmly pointed in our direction.
    True, there is plenty of information pointing that out (https://ivypanda.com/essays/potentia...esearch-paper/).

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