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Climate change, isn't it just natural?

Climate change, isn't it just natural?

A look at the Earth's climate over the last 500 million years

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PC614 PC614 (4374 days ago)
Our orbit of the Sun changes all the time, as does the tilt of the Earth. Of course it's natural. Yet we still need debate; to ignore the GW argument completely could be too costly. And wet.
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Our orbit of the Sun changes all the time, as does the tilt of the Earth. Of course it's natural. Yet we still need debate; to ignore the GW argument completely could be too costly. And wet.
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But I like swimming! I want more water
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But I like swimming! I want more water
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aelred57 aelred57 (4374 days ago)
So this "expert" is saying CO2 is only a small part of climate change. Then why is cutting CO2 the only thing the Algores are talking about? Could it be that's where the money is? When I was taking Earth Science in the 70's, all the experts agreed we were heading for a new ice age. Now they have done a 180 and use the same charts to declare a temperature increase. Were they lying then or now? When the Algores of the world sell their multiple huge houses, get rid of the private jets, and start living like they want us little people to live, then they might get some believability.
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So this "expert" is saying CO2 is only a small part of climate change. Then why is cutting CO2 the only thing the Algores are talking about? Could it be that's where the money is? When I was taking Earth Science in the 70's, all the experts agreed we were heading for a new ice age. Now they have done a 180 and use the same charts to declare a temperature increase. Were they lying then or now? When the Algores of the world sell their multiple huge houses, get rid of the private jets, and start living like they want us little people to live, then they might get some believability.
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They talk about cutting CO2 as the biggest contributor, water vapour, is not something we can do anything about, and is in fact in a positive feedback loop. CO2 is the second biggest contributor, and emissions of that can be controlled.
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They talk about cutting CO2 as the biggest contributor, water vapour, is not something we can do anything about, and is in fact in a positive feedback loop. CO2 is the second biggest contributor, and emissions of that can be controlled.
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Guest: Matt Man 70 (2929 days ago)
Latest comment: What a cretin. Why don't you read a book? Or youtube what Stephen Hawking says about climate change. And in the 70s 'all the scientists' did not say we were going into an ice age. If you care to check you'll see it was one - and the media blew it up. This is not 1 - this is 99% of all the climate scientists on the planet. YOU IGNORANT PRICK
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Latest comment: What a cretin. Why don't you read a book? Or youtube what Stephen Hawking says about climate change. And in the 70s 'all the scientists' did not say we were going into an ice age. If you care to check you'll see it was one - and the media blew it up. This is not 1 - this is 99% of all the climate scientists on the planet. YOU IGNORANT PRICK
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