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#403 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
Why would anyone believe in global warming anyway? It's the biggest scam in history. Demographics and weather records from throughout the earths history (created or evolved) have shown that Earth has always gone through periods of warmth and periods of cold. 10,000 years ago when all of the glaciers melted, was it our fault? The only thing the human race can be blamed for is messing up several eco-systems through exploration.
If the earth is warming up right now, it's not all of our fault, as we are not the #1 CO2 producing things out there and there are several different greenhouse gases that are more harmful to our atmosphere that are produced naturally.
Think for yourself and stop buying into the lie.
User avatar #466 to #403 - dafiltafish (01/27/2013) [-]
the theory of global warming is a bit sketchy, true, but the argument for cleaner air is still relevant. saying your lifted f550 is just as bad for air quality as a smart car is a ******** argument for people who are afraid of math. they use global warming as a way to laugh at the people who have eco-cars and because of this idiotic argument between car owners, the science and research that has gone into global warming theories has been EXTREMELY skewed one way or the other depending on the source.

i.e. small penis syndrome is getting in the way of science.
#427 to #403 - lenners (01/27/2013) [-]
"The only thing the human race can be blamed for is messing up several eco-systems through exploration."
... Only?
That's a pretty thing to only be blamed for. It's not only through exploration either. We don't chop down acres of rain forest in order to explore it.
User avatar #431 to #427 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
Exploration leads to civilization
civilization leads to destruction of natural habitat.
#445 to #431 - lenners (01/27/2013) [-]
So the approximated thousands of species that go extinct every year can be rationalized by our "exploration"?
User avatar #449 to #445 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
I'm beating a dead horse;
Because humans have now covered all of Earth, our only choice is to move deeper into other creatures' territory. That leads to extinction.
#451 to #449 - lenners (01/27/2013) [-]
So then we can cause a mass extinction and make Earth inhospitable?
User avatar #456 to #451 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
Only through destruction of natural habitat. The biggest threat we pose to the environment is ground pollution.
#475 to #456 - lenners (01/27/2013) [-]
Eco-systems are incredibly fragile things. They can completely collaspe and cause effects on the whole Earth. May I also remind you about the hole in our ozone layer as well?
User avatar #481 to #475 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
The hole in the ozone is above the most worthless piece of land on Earth. It's uninhabited and radiation doesn't do any harm to ice.
#506 to #481 - lenners (01/28/2013) [-]
Last reply, I promise. If we don't take care and reduce the hole, then it would grow into land that you consider valuable.
User avatar #507 to #506 - dreamthrow (01/29/2013) [-]
We have the ability to add more ozone.
And it will take hundreds of years for the hole to grow large enough to be a serious issue.
#422 to #403 - xxxsonic fanxxx (01/27/2013) [-]
That is exactly what they taught in my introductory geology class. On the other hand though, geologists tend to think that all earth's processes occur over millions of years and that we can not have any effect on them. Also, the main employers of geologists are natural resource companies.
#432 to #422 - xxxsonic fanxxx (01/27/2013) [-]
But keep in mind that we caused the hole in the ozone layer. Heat periods and ice ages aren't necessarily our fault, but the hole in the ozone is.
User avatar #429 to #422 - dreamthrow (01/27/2013) [-]
The warming and cooling cycles supposedly happen every 5,000 to 8,000 years. I went to a geologist summit that was showing the history of Alaska's North Slope. pretty much all of the people there agreed that the cycles occur within that amount of time. However, one bright old guy came out and said that the cycles could occur within every 2,000 years.
#418 to #403 - xxxsonic fanxxx (01/27/2013) [-]
You ignorant ************ ...humans have severly altered the climate over the pas hundreds of years, especially the last decade. They have released immense amounts of carbon gas into the atmosphere, and it has been proven that humans are the cause behind global climate change, in addition to the sixth mass extinction. If there were no humans on Earth, the carbon levels in the atmosphere would be nowhere near as high as they are.
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