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Blah.. This is going nowhere.. Ok I will up the discussion: anyone have something to say about globel warming?...
It's not called global warming anymore because that does not explain the cooling. Now, it is climate change. I have no idea if this is occurring and what role, if any, humans play in this. I am just tired of self-interested people telling us we just have to believe their research. If you have information, share it, honestly. People on both sides have a stake in the resolution (Gore, for example, is making millions on green technology, which he is trying to force everyone to use through fear, not science). Sadly, this is an important issue, but both sides have lost so much credibility. Let's put the science on both sides on the table and honestly, and with out politics weighing in, decide: 1) is the atmosphere warming; if so, 2) is human behavior significantly responsible; and, if so, 3) what is a reasoned solution?