mistermack wrote: ↑
Thu May 31, 2018 10:09 am
Animavore wrote: ↑
Thu May 31, 2018 9:56 am
So you agree now that higher CO2 due to human activity has an effect on the planet?
How's your foot?
Never said it didn't. It's your lack of comprehension that's the problem.
I said the effects were exaggerated and a lot of guesswork, without evidence to back them up.
And they were, and still are being exaggerated and lied about.
The fact remains that the climate has never been accurately modelled or forecast.
A million different models is not a forecast.
When the climate alarmist industry actually makes one official forecast and sticks to it, they might be worth taking seriously. As it is, it's one big joke. A big joke that's costing the poorest people the most money.
Straight up bullshit. Your story constantly shifts. Sometimes you say nothing is happening. Other times you say it is but it's natural, though you post contradictory studies as to the cause (Is it the Sun? Is it cosmic rays?). Now your saying we are causing a change but it's not going to be as bad as they say. You're stumbling all over the shop, spilling Kool-aid all over your runners.
Also your cherry picking is shameless. Do you know why you know that some deserts are going a little green around the edge? Or that farming is becoming viable in some small areas? Because climate scientists told you so. Because the IPCC 5th assessment, which details positive, as well as negative, effects tells you so. Yet you readily accept the positive parts without question while rejecting the more numerous negative report which you reject as a "religious text". You may not be able to figure out yourself the cognitive dissonance which leads you to believe two contradictory statements, but the rest of us have you pegged.
Those negative effects, by the way, will have a far more devastatingly effect (already doing so in some parts) on poor people if we do nothing. But, let's face it, you don't really give a shit about poor people or you'd support divesting the fossil industry and subsidising renewables instead and for the first world nations who caused the bulk of the damage to use some of that divested money to help poorer nations along as reparations and help them be self-sustainable and not relying on Western oil.
"I voted for him, and he’s the one who’s doing this,” she said of Mr. Trump. “I thought he was going to do good things. He’s not hurting the people he needs to be hurting.”
- It was all about hurting people.