Climate Change... Man-made?

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  • Climate Change... Man-made?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 13:33
Global warming was a neutral phenomenon, but we used fossil fuels and stuff which accelerated it. So yes it is man made
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 13:35
Not by any significant amount. By 0.1 C at the most since the industrial revolution.
Answer #3 | 21/12 2013 13:55
The pop culture media has done a good job at making people think conspiracy theories are for nut-jobs and should be ignored. But in reality if we close our minds to different views then all that's left is the view of who-ever is currently in power. And those in power would love for you to believe them and discount all others wouldn't they.
Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 14:52
You are correct. The Earth's climate changes all the time. That in no way excludes it from being immune to human influence. Look at the people denying human influence in climate change. They are nearly all driven by a business or religious agenda and their arguments are not grounded in accepted science but rather in ideology, sometimes wrapped in just enough science to fool the layperson.
Answer #5 | 21/12 2013 15:43
Climate change science is shoddy, it was known for a long time that the warming effect of CO2 logarithmically diminishes with concentration, and that levels of more than 150ppm have very little effect on climate (I can bet you were never told that) But the real clincher is that CO2 is accelerating in it's rise, but global temperatures are not, there is zero correlation between CO2 and global temperatures, and if my belief is correct and it is solar activity that caused the warming then we are at a peak in temperatures and it's going to get cooler.

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