How can anyone still believe in global warming after all the snowstorms America has been getting lately?

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  • How can anyone still believe in global warming after all the snowstorms America has been getting lately?


Answer #1 | 13/02 2014 07:16
Look at the floods in the south of England. It has rained every day for six weeks. Something is very wrong with the weather.
Answer #2 | 13/02 2014 07:05
Follow the Money and the foolish people who believe in the foolish BS of " Climate Change aka Global Warming " ;) !
Answer #3 | 13/02 2014 07:05
I remember Al Gore saying that our children would never know what snow is. I beg to differ.
Answer #4 | 13/02 2014 07:06
Most folks will believe just about anything at all if they like the messenger. While sad and pathetic, it's true.
Answer #5 | 13/02 2014 07:15
Global warming is the increase in mean temperature, which is still happening, and this is backed up by evidence of rising mean temperatures since the 1850s. One cold winter doesn't undo a 150 year streak of increasing temperature.
Answer #6 | 13/02 2014 07:26
Global Warming and Climate Change as 'movements' are scams. Of course the earth's climate changes, it has since the beginning, sometimes drastically (and even before humans were on earth, gasp). This is very evident if one reads and studies history and sciences. Local weather shows nothing except the always changing climate on earth.
Answer #7 | 13/02 2014 07:28
well, i guess if a person knows nothing about the world outside the borders of their tiny country, they could be ignorant enough to think it was a lie. funny how its always americans who fit into that.,
Answer #8 | 13/02 2014 07:00
How could anyone believe in God or Jesus? Much less evidence for that than there is for global warming.
Answer #9 | 13/02 2014 07:01
Climate change affects winter weather as well, Do some homework! Polar Vortex and Climate Change: Why Rush Limbaugh and Others Are Wrong
Answer #10 | 13/02 2014 07:04
Does the right realize how ridiculous such questions make them look to people who know what they are talking about? It's like being out in the middle of the ocean and concluding that there is no such thing as dry land.
Answer #11 | 14/02 2014 22:28
We're getting this weather because Obama signed an executive order to stop global warming.
Answer #12 | 13/02 2014 07:03
Global warming is based on average temperatures over the course of 50 years. I just question the math; why is it only based on a 50 year average and not the hundreds or even thousands of years human beings have been on this earth? I think George Carlin said it best.
Answer #13 | 13/02 2014 07:03
Because if this kind of argument is the best you can do, you may well be contributing to the problem. If you cannot make a respectable argument and merely show your lack of education when you talk, you sound like you are the one crying wolf, not them. If the too many on the right speak like the entire world is the plains states of the US, we might think that is the typical right argument and not listen enough to the ones that have IQ's over 90.
Answer #14 | 13/02 2014 07:01
By watching the Winter Olympics and realizing the globe is a lot bigger than just America.
Answer #15 | 13/02 2014 07:02
Because weather and climate are unrelated.
Answer #16 | 13/02 2014 07:02
Climate change theory predicts unseasonable cold snaps.

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