Do conservatives flat simply lack the brains to UNDERSTAND what high property values mean?
I rhetorically ask this because JimZ said "From about 1980 onward, there was a minor warming trend which ended about 2000."
... general principles and, in particular, as a means of tackling global warming and climate change?
'Donald Trump suggests he does not know if climate change is manmade, saying: 'It'll change back again'
What's being referred to is an experimental average, so, it does no good to deny it or cite opinion. After enough research, it should be accepted. From credible sources, I have noticed 4000 ppm or 25mm many times in the past. If it was sucked out of the air with a straw and put in a glass, they would not accept...
They are still going with between 1.5 and 4.5 C and now they have ditched the best estimate of about 3 degrees C
I dont doubt climate change is happening, it always has.
I don't doubt that Man has caused some.
What I doubt is that climate change (warming that is) is in anyway dangerous.
The world is doing alright at the moment, food production is up at record levels, malnutrition and extreme poverty is down, Hurricanes...
I am not arguing whether global warming is real or not, or what might be a cause.
I am just wondering what you think of it being used as a catch-all explanation.
The last person he talked to said it wasn't a hoax.
No, I did not. Did you know horses and buggies were so numerous in New York City at one time that locals thought they would have to buy hip boots to wade through the road apples?
University of Peoplesay . they have no scientists .
The worse estimate it will still take 100 years