• Trump says climate will change back again after warming period: why aren't scientists aware of this anomaly?

    'Donald Trump suggests he does not know if climate change is manmade, saying: 'It'll change back again' 😂 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...
    'Donald Trump suggests he does not know if climate change is manmade, saying: 'It'll change back again' 😂 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...
    28 answers · 2 days ago
  • Donald Trump agreed that climate change is "not a hoax" while arguing it may not be human induced - what are your thoughts?

    Best answer: The last person he talked to said it wasn't a hoax.
    Best answer: The last person he talked to said it wasn't a hoax.
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • When will the IPCC come up we a more accurate estimate of warming?

    They are still going with between 1.5 and 4.5 C and now they have ditched the best estimate of about 3 degrees C
    They are still going with between 1.5 and 4.5 C and now they have ditched the best estimate of about 3 degrees C
    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • How big a factor is poor science education in the U.S. in anthropogenic climate change denial?

    I ask this because when I read the answers in here from people on the denial side, it's clear that that there isn't a single one of them that has any background in atmospheric science or physics.
    I ask this because when I read the answers in here from people on the denial side, it's clear that that there isn't a single one of them that has any background in atmospheric science or physics.
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why did the IPCC reduce the alleged tipping point form 2C to 1.5C?

    Best answer: Both figures were plucked from the air by politicians and have no real scientific relevance at all.

    So, yes, the revised figure is just for political reasons.
    Best answer: Both figures were plucked from the air by politicians and have no real scientific relevance at all.

    So, yes, the revised figure is just for political reasons.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would climate change end if everyone did like Al Gore?

    If we all traveled around the planet in our private jets, and run up $10k electric bills monthly.
    If we all traveled around the planet in our private jets, and run up $10k electric bills monthly.
    25 answers · 4 days ago
  • I know Climate Change is a scam, but I love animals so I am torn?

    I resent the lie of man-made climate change, and yes I am fully and completely convinced it is a scam. On the other hand, I am a protector and caretaker of wildlife so part of me wants to support the scam because conservation and less growth is beneficial to wild life.
    I resent the lie of man-made climate change, and yes I am fully and completely convinced it is a scam. On the other hand, I am a protector and caretaker of wildlife so part of me wants to support the scam because conservation and less growth is beneficial to wild life.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are you aware that runaway climate change is already happening from melting permafrost?

    Best answer: We will all die, this is a fact, earht globla changes are real !!!! We need to do changes and not vote for presidentn like Donald trump that dont care about earth because they are old and think just about themeselfes!!!!!!
    Best answer: We will all die, this is a fact, earht globla changes are real !!!! We need to do changes and not vote for presidentn like Donald trump that dont care about earth because they are old and think just about themeselfes!!!!!!
    8 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Why is is when scientists are asked "what are our temperatures supposed to be" they cannot answers, so we do not know then right?

    Best answer: Good observation! You will never get an answer. The narrative is, "It's getting warmer, we're causing it, we have to pay a price," is never going end. Just like affirmative action will never end. There will never be a day where somebody says, "we've had enough reverse racism now that... show more
    Best answer: Good observation! You will never get an answer. The narrative is, "It's getting warmer, we're causing it, we have to pay a price," is never going end. Just like affirmative action will never end. There will never be a day where somebody says, "we've had enough reverse racism now that we've evened the score, and we're gonna get rid of it and we're now in a level playing field." That will never happen.  The price will never be paid.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is there any way to counter global warming besides co2 reduction?

    like build technology to control the weather or genetically engineer algae in the ocean to better process carbon and fill up the ocean with tons of oxygen making algae to counter the carbon output. Stuff like that.
    like build technology to control the weather or genetically engineer algae in the ocean to better process carbon and fill up the ocean with tons of oxygen making algae to counter the carbon output. Stuff like that.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • How many times have you read 10 more years to save the planet?

    Best answer: Kano has it right as usual. From my link: "a “senior environmental official at the United Nations, Noel Brown, says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the earth by rising sea levels if global warming is not reversed by the year 2000.” George Monbiot was 2002. Rajendra Pachauri in 2007 gave us only... show more
    Best answer: Kano has it right as usual. From my link:
    "a “senior environmental official at the United Nations, Noel Brown, says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the earth by rising sea levels if global warming is not reversed by the year 2000.”

    George Monbiot was 2002.
    Rajendra Pachauri in 2007 gave us only five years.
    Prince Charles said in 2009 we only had 96 months (that's 8 years for the mathematically challenged.)
    James Hansen, 2009: Obama only “has four years to save Earth.” Turns out he had eight years because he was elected to a second term.

    I could go on and on and on, but most rational people get my point. The first declaration of "10 years to save the planet" was 1989. There have been many since.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do people predict warming climate to be so catastrophic?

    From my understanding, warm periods in human history have benefitted us and food production whereas cold periods saw famine and starvation. The earth used to have like 50x more carbon in the atmosphere and the climate was in fact warmer and the oceans were 50 feet higher but did life ever suffer under these... show more
    From my understanding, warm periods in human history have benefitted us and food production whereas cold periods saw famine and starvation. The earth used to have like 50x more carbon in the atmosphere and the climate was in fact warmer and the oceans were 50 feet higher but did life ever suffer under these conditions? No it did not. It prevailed and thrived just as much as it does today. Fertility extended further north and south of the equator along with the tree line and if we were to see similar effects today it would make regions like North America and Russia more fertile. As for polar bears, if one species of bear is your best argument then you don’t have an argument at all. Human society cannot change its entire functionality over a species of bears that are bound to go extinct one day anyways just like every other animal on earth. New animals will replace them that are better suited for the environment and life goes on.
    35 answers · 7 days ago
  • What is the best realistic solution to solve climate change?

    It seems that everyone complains about climate change but nobody offers solutions for it. What do you think is the best way to solve climate change
    It seems that everyone complains about climate change but nobody offers solutions for it. What do you think is the best way to solve climate change
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • How high could the temperature get from climate change? do we have an estimate for the maximum amount earth could heat up?

    Best answer: Are you talking about anthropomorphic (man-made) climate change or natural climate change? The Triassic was some 8-10C degrees warmer than now. The runaway greenhouse from our ever hotter Sun that boils all of our oceans away will not occur for another 1 Billion years or so.
    Best answer: Are you talking about anthropomorphic (man-made) climate change or natural climate change? The Triassic was some 8-10C degrees warmer than now. The runaway greenhouse from our ever hotter Sun that boils all of our oceans away will not occur for another 1 Billion years or so.
    8 answers · 5 days ago