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originally posted by: D8Tee
originally posted by: dfnj2015
originally posted by: GodEmperor
This topic is something of interest. A refutation to the global warming alarmists, who wish to keep the climate in some sort of stasis field, never changing, never growing, never evolving.
What are your thoughts ATS?
Some scientists say the CO2 coming from all the fossil fuel being burned may kill all life on earth. I believe them before I believe you or anyone else in the right wing blogosphere. The nice thing about scientist is they are capable of admitting they are wrong when the data shows otherwise. Scientist follow a process that eliminates some ego from commentary. This is the direct opposite of the right wingers who think their opinions are facts.
Is that right?
Which scientists are saying this?
The carbon dioxide we’ve already committed to the atmosphere has warmed the world about 1.8°F since the start of the industrial revolution. This year, in addition to marking the start of our new 400 ppm world, is also set to be the hottest year on record. The planet has edged right up against the 1.5°C (2.7°F) warming threshold, a key metric in last year’s Paris climate agreement.
Even though there are some hopeful signs that world leaders will take actions to reduce emissions, those actions will have to happen on an accelerating timetable in order to avoid 2°C (3.6°F) of warming. That’s the level outlined by policymakers as a safe threshold for climate change.
Some scientists say the CO2 coming from all the fossil fuel being burned may kill all life on earth. I believe them before I believe you or anyone else in the right wing blogosphere.
The nice thing about scientist is they are capable of admitting they are wrong when the data shows otherwise.
Climate change has so little to do with "here and now" with genetics.
Climate change moves at such a slow proven established rate with a very slow cyclical pace, we can not fathom the time as our civilization is so young it barely can conceive the timeline of millions of years, let alone thousands or hundreds. Modern "climate change scientists" like to point to a fraction of time in history and say "SEE"..
If climate were to affect/effect genetics, what of the Coelacanth? off Madagascar, thought extinct yet same for 4mil years? But wait, they are in a stable Ocean environment...climatologists insist the Ocean will change...but wait, there are exceptions?