January 08, 2018, 10:32 AM12voltdan
Anthropogenic Global Warming- Your thoughts please
January 09, 2018, 09:05 PMWesleyB
Anthropogenic - on the origins of man. Horse Hockey. A mini ice age occurred about 800 years ago or so in Europe, before internal combustion engines pouring out carbon dioxide. Climate change on this large planet is natural and not in the least man made. It's megalomania or a form of that mental disorder to believe men are so powerful as to cause climate change. Any politician running on man made climate change should be sedated and confined to a rubber room for his own welfare.
January 09, 2018, 09:17 PMWesleyB
About 800 years ago a mini-ice age occurred in Europe, before internal combustion engines put carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Climate change is natural. Politicians trying to profit from claiming there's man made climate change have a form of megalomania and should be sedated and restrained in a rubber room for their own welfare.
January 11, 2018, 10:46 AMSUB
Yes climate has changed in the past without human involvement.
Hard to comprehend the scale of our hydrocarbon use today: around 100 million barrels of crude, thousands of tons coal and cubic kilometres of natural gas-
We've been at this staggering level for thousands of days.
CO2 was long ago shown to be a greenhouse gas-
The globe is warming and climate changing fairly accordingly-
Yes it's unusually cold in some areas while the poles are unusually warm.
Meanwhile the oceans are acidifying with fossil carbon at a much higher rate than the lead up to the largest,nearly total extinction event.
Fossil fuels have other problems- health, pollution, wars, explosions etc- then there are the disgusting direct and hidden subsidies estimated to be roughly half a trillion US dollars last year-
There are no good reasons to not complete the transition away from a fossil future//
9 years off grid & counting