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6. Despite the scorching heat that can often be felt in Egypt, the temperature inside the pyramids remains a constant 20 C – the average temperature on earth.
The extent to me on how much impact we have on the warming is kind of moot.
Clean renewable energy can make cleaner air and sever our reliance on asshole countries for their oil.
Should we start with canada?
But if everyone can transition smoothly to other sources of energy in a way that doesn't effect their wallets or quality of life... I'm all for it.
I don't personally buy into the hype that we're gonna die if we don't anytime soon, just saying we could make a bit of advancements anyways.
originally posted by: Edumakated
a reply to: Justoneman
This is a question I've asked numerous times but none of the climate change alarmist have been able to answer. The way climate change is touted, you'd think scientist have an optimal temperature in mind.
We all know the earth was warmer in the past, so who is to say that we aren't simply going back to that baseline?
The other question I always ask is why is it a bad thing? We know warmer climates can be more fertile, so again, why is it is bad thing?