The best argument against global warming

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    Read more: City Brights: Peter Gleick : The best argument against global warming
     
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    The arrogance and ignorance of mankind--to actually believe that after they have been on this planet--only "the blink of an eye" in earth terms can somehow control the climate of this planet is absolutely astounding to me.---:lol::lol:

    And to let you know--SCIENCE has never been PERFECT--and so often stead-fast conclusions--based on a lot of CONJECTURE--is often PROVEN wrong several years later. Especially when we have been finding that scientists and others have buried other scientific evidence contrary to their theories--LOL.

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    Do you have any actual scientific arguments to make or would you prefer to just state how you feels things must be?
     
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    Well what really bothers me about all this scientific evidence--:cuckoo::cuckoo:-

    Maybe you can explain it. We know for a fact that the northern hemisphere went through an ice age--with very few humans inhabiting this planet.

    So how did this planet warm up--with very few humans inhabiting it? Do any of your scientists friends have an answer for that or was it simply natural "climate change?"

    We also know during the dinasor age--that CO2 levels were much higher than they are today.

    These are things we actually know from the past. This is the only thing science can get a grip upon--because it actually happened. Now they are using "junk" science and a lot of conjecture to give us the future--of which science HAS NEVER been good at.

    When I see palm trees going in the artic regions around the world--then maybe I'll buy this B.S. that simply by exhaling air that we are creating global warming.
     
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    Wow. You could have just said "No, I have no scientific arguments to make."
     
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    Ah ba-leeve! Ah ba-leeve!
     
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    it's always great to see someone with absolutely no scientific knowledge whatsoever insist all of the scientists in the world have got it wrong because he has a gut feeling.

    Let me see - who should I believe on this one - Oreo or Stephen Hawking?
     
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    All the scientists in the world? :lol:
     
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    The science of this was established in the 1860s, as you may be aware. It's not a particularly difficult thing to understand that if you place 1billion cars and 1 thousand coal fired power plants on earth, they will release staggering quantities of carbon.
     
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    [Emphasis added] And?
     

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