reply to post by crazyewok
Read the article. This isn't about scientists have a differing opinion, it's about being bought and paid for shills of the corporatocracy.
There isn't one definitive consensus on climate change. The only stable consensus is that greenhouse gas emissions are altering the climate. From that general consensus, much variation exists.
I like to breathe oxygen, my body needs oxygen, or I die...I hate to breathe carbon dioxide, my body expels carbon dioxide, so that I live....therefore.....more carbon dioxide in the air all around us...BAD....I just wanted to keep it simple.
4CO₂ + 4H₂O → 2(CH2O)₂ + 4O₂
or in simpler terms...
CO₂ + water → food + oxygen
reply to post by GrantedBail
So what exactly are you trying to say? That there is or is not climate change? Well first it was global warming. Then they realized that there's no "warming" going on so they changed the name to "climate change". All in an attempt to push the whole carbon credits scheme on big corporations. Trust me we still get minus 20-30c conditions here like clockwork even as soon as oct, and nov guaranteed. Nothing changed at all in terms of temperatures. If anything was changing all we'd know. We don't have to go by the BS research that is put out there by scientists that are told what findings they need to produce to back some adgenda. All we need to do is look around and see for ourselves if anythings changed. And no, nothing has changed on the planet. Any slight changes are completely normal and well within a range of normal changes that have occured since the dawn of time where we go through ice ages and back to warmer weather. And ya I agree anything in the media is pretty much 110% bs. Just do your own research by going outside and asking yourself "has anything changed?"
How does this explain the radical changes in glaciers? They are disappearing before our eyes?
Global warming has nothing to do with this?
The Earth is nearly hundreds if not several hundreds of years old.
I honestly think we'll all be dead before we see any definitive change in the climate.
If you look at the past 200 years of British winters, there is a vast change - sometimes there is no snow, sometimes there is dozens of inches.
It's the Sun.