Global Warming Controversy — Which Makes Sense?


4 responses to “Global Warming Controversy — Which Makes Sense?

  • Pvl

    Who produced this graphic? I’d love to post this around, but want to be sure it is clear of any restrictions.

    • Coronare Modestus Faust

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  • Alex Jones

    Global Warming is a moral scare that is being pandered by minority special interest groups, starting with the scientists who can attract funding, then eco groups, politicians and big corporations. The losers are the undeveloped nations because they are forced to curb their growth and the small business. The large corporates and capitalist nations pay lip service to global warming and refuse to sign up to the various initiatives to address it.

    Global warming… climate change… is natural, a process that is ongoing since the last Ice Age, and has little to do with the impact of man.

    • Coronare Modestus Faust

      Unfortunately, this is a statement of opinion and does not address the central question of the graphic. While I appreciate other’s opinions, this one is not an evidence-based conclusion but simple supposition. Moreover, it is one more disconcerting confirmation of America’s reversion of the scientific method and science itself, indicating a dangerous decent into pre-renaissance “belief” in magic, superstition, and religious dogma (religion can be biblical, political, and corporate).

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