yep cows are the reason. cow farts
Yes, and we can do something about it
Yes, but there is nothing we can do about it.
No, it's not real.
yep cows are the reason. cow farts
i dont think its real, and if it happens it happens. I dont give a damn either.
we are like a fruit sitting out in the sun beginning to rot...that is our earth...we have ****ed it up so much already there is no turning back.
yeah, so who cares.
i have no life at all, so who cares?
i believe in it, not sure theres a cure though
yeah w.e happens, happens. IMO.
I took Biology this year, and my teacher said that global warming might/might not exist. You can't prove that it does exist and you can't prove that it doesn't.
im in the middle of this subject.. I think it is a little bit of both.. Yes the earth goes through cycles of this but i also do think that man is the problem in some way.. but whether it is true or not, mother nature always has a way to handle this situation, through natural disaster or not
Here are two links on the subject that are timely, fwiw.
http://www.dailytech.com/Myth+of+Con...ticle12403.htmThe American Physical Society, an organization representing nearly 50,000 physicists, has reversed its stance on climate change and is now proclaiming that many of its members disbelieve in human-induced global warming. The APS is also sponsoring public debate on the validity of global warming science. The leadership of the society had previously called the evidence for global warming "incontrovertible."
I guess Exxon Mobil paid off those scientists too?
It is good to see global warming people actually sponsoring debate instead of saying "I'm right you're wrong don't you have a brian[sic]."
I DEVOTED six years to carbon accounting, building models for the Australian Greenhouse Office. I am the rocket scientist who wrote the carbon accounting model (FullCAM) that measures Australia's compliance with the Kyoto Protocol, in the land use change and forestry sector.
FullCAM models carbon flows in plants, mulch, debris, soils and agricultural products, using inputs such as climate data, plant physiology and satellite data. I've been following the global warming debate closely for years.
When I started that job in 1999 the evidence that carbon emissions caused global warming seemed pretty good: CO2 is a greenhouse gas, the old ice core data, no other suspects.
The evidence was not conclusive, but why wait until we were certain when it appeared we needed to act quickly? Soon government and the scientific community were working together and lots of science research jobs were created. We scientists had political support, the ear of government, big budgets, and we felt fairly important and useful (well, I did anyway). It was great. We were working to save the planet.
But since 1999 new evidence has seriously weakened the case that carbon emissions are the main cause of global warming, and by 2007 the evidence was pretty conclusive that carbon played only a minor role and was not the main cause of the recent global warming. As Lord Keynes famously said, "When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?"http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...6-7583,00.html3. The satellites that measure the world's temperature all say that the warming trend ended in 2001, and that the temperature has dropped about 0.6C in the past year (to the temperature of 1980). Land-based temperature readings are corrupted by the "urban heat island" effect: urban areas encroaching on thermometer stations warm the micro-climate around the thermometer, due to vegetation changes, concrete, cars, houses. Satellite data is the only temperature data we can trust, but it only goes back to 1979. NASA reports only land-based data, and reports a modest warming trend and recent cooling. The other three global temperature records use a mix of satellite and land measurements, or satellite only, and they all show no warming since 2001 and a recent cooling.
4. The new ice cores show that in the past six global warmings over the past half a million years, the temperature rises occurred on average 800 years before the accompanying
That second one is a fascinating read.
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I don't believe it. Nor did I believe in Y2K. I will never be worried about, becasue I believe its not true, and that it will never affect me.
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