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“Science leaves no room for doubt: Climate change is the existential threat of our time,” NASA administrator Bill Nelson said in a news release. The year-after-year temperature highs for the planet “[underscore] the need for bold action to safeguard the future of our country – and all of humanity,” he said.
NASA’s scientists pointed clearly to the cause of the worsening climate crisis: “human activities that have increased emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.”
Yes, dumb fuck, climate has changed rapidly in the geological past. And when that happened, there were major and minor extinction events. Love it how you deniers can make one sentence nonsense statements and think that you have actually said something. When climate changes rapidly, there are causes and consequences. Today, we are the cause, and our descendants will suffer the consequences.
If even a single one of these predictions have ever been correct I might be inclined to somewhat entertain them, but the bottom line is they've been wrong repeatedly. Yes, the planet has been warming. Few people argue that, but you haven't convinced me nor millions of others that it is anything other than a natural planetary cycle nor can you conclusively prove it.
50 years of failed doomsday, eco-pocalyptic predictions; the so-called 'experts' are 0-50 | American Enterprise Institute - AEI
This week Myron Ebell (director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute) and Steven J. Milloy published a post on the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) blog titled “Wrong Again: 50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions:” Modern doomsayers have...