posted on Jul, 1 2016 @ 11:55 PM
Do you really think that climate change is new to this planet? Of course we contributed to the pollution of the atmosphere, but do you really think
it matters that much? We are on a small planet, supposedly spinning on an axis, hurtling through space at 7000 miles an hour and traversing through
many different levels of radiation. Magnetized poles that are supposed to flip every 3000 years or so, who knows how often. Volcano's everywhere,
earthquakes with gases escaping from them, daily.
Do you really think that the climate has not changed millions of times in every orifice of this planet? Recorded history for most of us is only as
long as we have been alive, which for the average person might be 75 years, so yeah the climate is changing and will continue to change regardless of
human control, we have only geological references to look at for records of the past climate changes over the the last 4 billion years and according
to most, humans have not been around that long, so, why do you think we can do anything to stop it or that we are at some fault for it happening?
Can it not just be a natural occurrence that cause this to happen regularly? Of course it can and most likely is something that happens very often in
the Universe and billions of galaxies everywhere, because it is what it is.