• If global warming exists why is it so cold every where?

    I think global warming is just a political term used by radicals
    I think global warming is just a political term used by radicals
    19 answers · Global Warming · 1 day ago
  • Conservatives, does this prove global-warming?

    Best answer: Doesn't prove that humans have anything to do with it.

    The Earth has been both hotter and colder in the past. There's not much you can do about the Sun.
    Best answer: Doesn't prove that humans have anything to do with it.

    The Earth has been both hotter and colder in the past. There's not much you can do about the Sun.
    10 answers · Global Warming · 1 hour ago
  • Why do we keep ignoring the manmade climate change issue, when we have more than enough evidence?

    The planet's average surface temperature has risen about 2.0 degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 19th century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Most of the warming occurred in the past 35 years, with 16 of the 17 warmest... show more
    The planet's average surface temperature has risen about 2.0 degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 19th century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Most of the warming occurred in the past 35 years, with 16 of the 17 warmest years on record occurring since 2001. Not only was 2016 the warmest year on record, but eight of the 12 months that make up the year — from January through September, with the exception of June — were the warmest on record for those respective months. The oceans have absorbed much of this increased heat, with the top 700 meters (about 2,300 feet) of ocean showing warming of 0.302 degrees Fahrenheit since 1969. Glaciers are retreating almost everywhere around the world — including in the Alps, Himalayas, Andes, Rockies, Alaska and Africa. Global sea level rose about 8 inches in the last century. The rate in the last two decades, however, is nearly double that of the last century. Both the extent and thickness of Arctic sea ice has declined rapidly over the last several decades. The number of record high temperature events in the United States has been increasing, while the number of record low temperature events has been decreasing, since 1950. The U.S. has also witnessed increasing numbers of intense rainfall events.
    9 answers · Global Warming · 22 mins ago
  • What gives you lots of energy?

    Best answer: Redbull
    Best answer: Redbull
    9 answers · Alternative Fuel Vehicles · 8 hours ago
  • How does the state of global warming compare to what was predicted thirty years ago?

    Best answer: 28 years ago (1989), we had 10 years to act or the planet was... show more
    Best answer: 28 years ago (1989), we had 10 years to act or the planet was doomed.
    http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Arch...

    Twenty years ago (1999), James Hansen said "Empirical evidence does not lend much support to the notion that climate is headed precipitately toward more extreme heat and drought."
    In the same link was see Arctic ice was melting at an alarming rate- in 1947.
    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/spec...

    Ten years ago Hansen and company were sounding the alarm. Arctic ice was once again melting away to nothing. The only difference is this time we did it. Five years ago Hansen and company were explaining away the pause.
    https://judithcurry.com/2013/01/16/hanse...

    Of course climate scientists eventually got wise and tortured the numbers until they said there was no pause. Is it any wonder some of us are skeptical of the latest findings from climate scientists?
    14 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • Do global warmers support Bill De Blasio's announced suit by New York against five oil companies blaming them for Hurricane Sandy?

    Best answer: This world has gone so crazy, New York would not last 5 minutes without fossil fuels.
    This is the modern equivalent of burning witches at the stake for causing bad weather.
    Best answer: This world has gone so crazy, New York would not last 5 minutes without fossil fuels.
    This is the modern equivalent of burning witches at the stake for causing bad weather.
    14 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • To stop global warming, should people be shamed from having children?

    Best answer: Before you decide to shame others, you need to make sure you have all your ducks in a row and to make sure you aren't living in a glass house. The left wants to shame people that have other political views because they have no shame. Their Cause is uber alles. My next door neighbor, a very nice and sensible... show more
    Best answer: Before you decide to shame others, you need to make sure you have all your ducks in a row and to make sure you aren't living in a glass house. The left wants to shame people that have other political views because they have no shame. Their Cause is uber alles. My next door neighbor, a very nice and sensible lady, was hell bent on moving to Waco, Texas, and hoping that Chip and Joanna could fix up a home for her. Their tastes are a little old fashioned for me but I can see why she liked them so much. They seem to be the kind of people you would like to have as next door neighbors, the kind that would give you the shirt of their back if you needed it. These people don't need a big government to run their lives and the left therefore hates them as they hated Sarah Palin and others. They believe in family, in morals, and tradition, and therefore need to be targeted for destruction. If some think I'm exaggerating, I would suggest they need to pay more attention. I'm not worried about Chip and Joanna Gaines. Kristen Pyszczyk couldn't shame them if she wanted to. I doubt very seriously that they would pay attention to her longer than the few seconds it took for them to realize she is a wacko.
    7 answers · Global Warming · 24 hours ago
  • Why do people think climate change is not real?

    Why do people think climate change is not real?

    There are more than enough evidence to prove that we are causing it, for example the increasing amount of CO2 in our atmosphere.
    There are more than enough evidence to prove that we are causing it, for example the increasing amount of CO2 in our atmosphere.
    19 answers · Global Warming · 4 days ago
  • Is it time to go nuclear in the fight against global warming?

    Best answer: The Sierra Club and Bernie Sanders are leftwing hacks and not concerned about the planet as much as they are concerned with pushing a leftist agenda. If we had enough nuclear plants, the left would focus on the problems with nuclear rather than CO2. It isn't that they care, it is that they seek destruction. ... show more
    Best answer: The Sierra Club and Bernie Sanders are leftwing hacks and not concerned about the planet as much as they are concerned with pushing a leftist agenda. If we had enough nuclear plants, the left would focus on the problems with nuclear rather than CO2. It isn't that they care, it is that they seek destruction. I know the ignorant useful idiots that post here will feel offended but it isn't a well hidden secret.

    There are many relatively safe nuclear technologies that could be built but trial lawyers and environmentalists like the Sierra Club make it too expensive. I hate using the word environmentalists because they typically aren't concerned about the environment. The only ones concerned about the environment are the gullible drones that donate to these organizations. They think they are donating to help the environment but in fact it is more about pushing leftist causes.
    12 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • To fight global warming, should pension funds and other investment companies divest from fossil fuel companies?

    Best answer: I read something last week, I will find it and link to it because I thought the author summed up the answer to your question perfectly. https://townhall.com/columnists/nicholaswaddy/2018/01/10/your-pension-isnt-safe-from-ny-governor-andrew-cuomo-n2432091 <<<<Recently, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo... show more
    Best answer: I read something last week, I will find it and link to it because I thought the author summed up the answer to your question perfectly.

    https://townhall.com/columnists/nicholas...

    <<<<Recently, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a proposal that would take his fellow New Yorkers, i.e. his dutiful subjects, as he seems to think of us, deeper down the rabbit hole of leftist self-congratulation. He has voiced support for divesting the New York State Common Retirement Fund, directly affecting more than one million New Yorkers, from companies “with significant fossil fuel-related activities.” >>>

    I said something earlier today that was paraphrasing the writer but he said it better:
    <<<First, there is the obvious problem that the purpose of New York's pension system is not to trumpet the political virtuosity of the state's governor. It is rather to support New York's retired civil servants, police officers, and firefighters in their retirement years by investing the state's pension funds in a way that achieves diversification and a high rate of return. >>>

    They do invest trillions and they expect us to bail them out when they make idiotic decisions.
    10 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • Will electric cars to combat global warming produce more government surveillance?

    Best answer: It is a concern. I heard a talk show host today predict that in 10 years, they will forbid cars with drivers because they will interfere too much with driverless cars. I don't know if that is true but it got me to wonder how I would get my trusty 4x4 Ranger out into the wilderness. Having driverless cars... show more
    Best answer: It is a concern. I heard a talk show host today predict that in 10 years, they will forbid cars with drivers because they will interfere too much with driverless cars. I don't know if that is true but it got me to wonder how I would get my trusty 4x4 Ranger out into the wilderness. Having driverless cars might give governments possible control of people moving around. Controlling movement of people is something totalitarian governments are known for so I hope they proceed with caution and not allow the government too much control of it.
    10 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • Why do we keep ignoring the climate change issue?

    Best answer: We're destroying the Earth for future generations becaue greedy oil companies OWN our elected officials... and all for greedy profits. They mock climate change but won't discuss it with facts or research results, like conservationists, environmentalists and scientists have been doing for many DECADES.... show more
    Best answer: We're destroying the Earth for future generations becaue greedy oil companies OWN our elected officials... and all for greedy profits. They mock climate change but won't discuss it with facts or research results, like conservationists, environmentalists and scientists have been doing for many DECADES.

    Didn't certain aerosol propellants almost destroy our ozone layer? All manmade, as we're now doing with pollution and poisoning of our air, land and waterways. At first, aerosol producers mocked scientific research and findings... but took notice when satellite imaging proved them wrong and WE took immediate measures, as we MUST do with fossil fuel.

    What will our future generations inherit? HOW much air, land and water can we REALLY afford to continue destroying and poisoning?

    Because like it or not, that is how people are. we all are selfish enough to like the modern facilities that give us an easy life, and greedy enough not to want to give any of them up . Businesses too are tarred with the same brush . They are in business to make money, and if it means altering the environment a little (or in some cases a lot), then they are quite willing to persuade the government to alter the rules so that is doesn't apply to them. It never seems to dawn on them, or the government, that by ignoring the climate change issue, the day will arrive when the pollution is so vast that such processes which screw up the environment will no longer be required , because it will be impossible to live in such an atmosphere. Only then when it is too late will the reality dawn on them.
    20 answers · Global Warming · 5 days ago
  • What are the scientific credentials of Wattsupwiththat?

    If it is a reliable source of honest information about climate science, why are there circa 10 questions a day here amounting to little more than quotes from pasted-in links to WUWT?
    If it is a reliable source of honest information about climate science, why are there circa 10 questions a day here amounting to little more than quotes from pasted-in links to WUWT?
    6 answers · Global Warming · 1 day ago
  • Do global warmers support Bill De Blasio's announced suit by New York against five oil companies blaming them for Hurricane Sandy?

    Best answer: I imagine they would except that they might want to sue them first. De Blazz is just trying to gear up to run for president. The man is walking talking caricature of a wacko leftist. He is a menace to decency.
    Best answer: I imagine they would except that they might want to sue them first. De Blazz is just trying to gear up to run for president. The man is walking talking caricature of a wacko leftist. He is a menace to decency.
    11 answers · Global Warming · 4 days ago
  • Should we convert all cars to coal-fueled?

    Best answer: A coal fueled, steam powered car?
    Best answer: A coal fueled, steam powered car?
    10 answers · Alternative Fuel Vehicles · 4 days ago
  • Is NAACP correct that MLK's vision cannot be implemented without fighting global warming?

    Best answer: Global warming isn't a civil rights issue. It says more about what the NAACP is than it does about global warming. NAACP is first and foremost a very leftwing organization. Martin Luther King wanted a color blind society. I don't think MLK's vision fits very well with the modern left that likes to... show more
    Best answer: Global warming isn't a civil rights issue. It says more about what the NAACP is than it does about global warming. NAACP is first and foremost a very leftwing organization.
    Martin Luther King wanted a color blind society. I don't think MLK's vision fits very well with the modern left that likes to use him to push their agenda. I'm sure he would not have supported the identity politics that is so prevalent in Washington. Republicans are the party of Lincoln and fighting slavery. Democrats were the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, the party of Japanese internment, the party of Black Lives Matter and NAACP, all very divisive causes that don't promote civil rights but instead promote racial strife.

    <<<President Donald Trump's administration released a new batch of documents about John F. Kennedy's assassination Friday that included a secret FBI analysis that portrayed civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. in a harshly negative light. >>>
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/03/politics/m...
    That link is CNN, you know that right wing news outlet.
    I don't think Kennedy was necessarily a racist but he had to deal with a bunch of different factions of the Democrat party, many of which were still quite racist at the time. Democrat Senator Bird was probably KKK at that time.
    8 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago