So, so far I have that Wall Street is evil, the government needs Wall Street and every day people need both apparently and the rest of the world is
apparently getting sick of dollars. Do I have this right or am I missing something?
I want real hard proof for these conspiracy theories. I've listened to Alex Jones, I agree with some of what he says I don't agree with others.
I'm probably considered a novice on these boards, but I don't care. I'm kind of confused myself. Listen, we are burning fossil fuels at an
exponentially increasing rate. This produces green house gases faster and faster. The general trend SHOULD indicate climate change. Where is the
science that indicates otherwise?
Water is a green house gas, yes. Um... Carbon dioxide is too. And what on thing I want to know is the main difference between the green house gases
produced from gasoline engines and corn or sugar ethanol engines. If there is a difference I would like to know more.
Don't be scared, and don't take my word for it. Look it up, do some research.
Listening to fear mongers like alex can be a bit much at times. There might be truths buried in there, but the sensationalism is what they sell to the
audience. Find out things for yourself, and make your own decisions.
The only true freedom we have is to decide things for ourselves.
Thank you. I do not believe that I can honestly say that the research best suits their side in most cases. However, they seem to have a strong
indication of the economic factor which clearly indicates that they are down with that side. It is clear with the people they interview and like
selling gold. They seem to be a part of it. Ron Paul didn't spend any of his campaign money.
He kept that money to himself. He wasn't even looking to be elected. And then this side has the gall to go and sell gold on commercials. I do not
First of where is the science that says it does? The great computer models they made that predict all this dire warming don't work, temps have gone
down when their models said up.
Second the 'fix' they plan for reducing the greenhouse gas, won't. All it does is raise the cost and shift the amounts around. If they were
actually trying to reduce it I might pay attention.
Is it a conspiracy? Hard to be sure about that, it could easy be nothing more sinister than bad 'group think'.
You don't need to believe in conspiracy to see wrong stuff in the world.
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