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Climate change

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by CoreIssue, Nov 26, 2018.

  1. CoreIssue

    CoreIssue Well-Known Member

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    Well the liberals landed again.

    California fires are due to climate change. Nothing to do with nonexistent proven forest management procedures not being followed.

    The blizzards in the Midwest are because of climate change and on and on and on.

    I agree we are supposed to be good stewards of the earth. That the destruction of the Amazon rain forest is not good stewardship. That we should keep improving technology to clean things up even more, but in the sane process, not one that hurts the lives of people to satisfy unfounded fears.

    I guess humanity is the cause of the solar cycles that impact the earth. We are responsible for the ice caps on Mars melting. And the Ice Age.

    Reality is in the history of mankind there has always been climate change.

    They talk about the North Pole shrinking but ignore the South Pole growing.

    They talk about increased carbon dioxide but talk about plants feeding on that carbon dioxide and producing more oxygen.

    Al Gore harps on others and how they should live while he lives in a huge mansion, dries big cars flies and big jets.

    They beat on the US but if he ever noticed the air in China always is very dirty and people wear masks streets?

    So yes, we need to be good stewards. But at the same time these climate alarmists are dangerous in your own way.

    Some even complain about animal farts and demand we all become vegetarians. Reality is the we are omnivores trying to live like an herbivore is not healthy.
     
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