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Originally posted by electric squid carpet
I don't believe that global warming is real
Its effects are being seen all over the world, our weather patterns in Sydney have been out of wack for around 4-5 years, you dont believe in global warming? You just had THREE freak hurricanes down near Florida.
Originally posted by Joey Crow
There is no such thing as global warming. Just another term the government are using to control us using fear.
We already know, if there was an alternate fuel, the oil companies would go out of business which is exactly what the government don't want. War makes money, oil makes money, these are things which they can and will not allow to be replaced.
Well, what I find interesting is that the oil companies have known that an end to cheap oil was coming for some time, and they were smart enough to prepare for it. They've all invested billions into alternative energy sources -- especially hydrogen fuel cells, which are about 10-20 years from being ready as consumer products. Sure, they're riding out the cheap oil until it's gone -- which does suck -- but, when that time comes, those same companies will switch over to the new energy sources, since they'll already own them. Thus, what we now call "the oil companies" will in the future just be referred to as "the energy companies"...
here is no such thing as global warming. Just another term the government are using to control us using fear.
Originally posted by el_illumbrato
and i remember michael moore saying that the whole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is about the size of europe now! And also that there has already been whole huge icebergs that have dissapeared as in melted.
Its good to know though that the melting of icebergs is unrelated to humans but then why do people keep harping on about the rising sea levels and forecasting future damage? dont these scientists know about deglaciation?
One ting astrocreep, for all my googling, im having a bit of trouble finding out about the watercycle and grasslands so can you explain how they are used in the water system apart from been used to filter water? And what did you mean by the erosion thing? trees cause erosion or loss of grasslands or a mixture of both? Do you know of any good ecology websites which teach about this sort of stuff including not just types of terrain but also about life cycles of ice ages and deglaciations etc