posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 01:51 AM
I know there's at least a few of you who realize this, but I have this question for the general majority in this thread: Have any of you considered
the possibility that global warming and such is NOT a man-made phenomena, but that the planet is doing it on its own?
Why has the planet had previous Ice Ages and SEVERE droughts etc. without the help of Humanity (for those of you don't know this, an Ice Age is what
Warming ultimately leads to. Ironic, isn't it?)? Why does the sun flare up and exponentially increase its heat output every couple thousand years or
so? Why does everything in the Universe run like clockwork ladies and gentlemen? The planet is more than likely doing this on its own because its
supposed to! As much as I dislike big corporations and government leaders, they have had very little to do with this. Look up polar shifts. Look up
how NASA confirmed the poles were going to shift soon and what expected effects it would have on the environment. Look around at all the natural
disasters and severe storms we're having around the globe. E.G. Heck, I don't even live in Arkansas, but I have noticed that they've had roughly a
thousand tornadoes this year already. Arkansas never has tornadoes (never meaning very rarely in this case). Earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons,
hurricanes, solar flares, cosmic storms, massive extinctions, melting ice caps, etc. You cannot sit there and say that the planet cannot take "care"
of itself when everything else in Nature is capable of doing so. It's simple logic that it is a possibility.
I do, however, completely agree with stringing up CEO's by the balls, but for reasons other than this.