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Old 07-17-2017, 12:41 AM
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Default Re: To Hot To Fly and getting Worst in the Future

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Originally Posted by 300 H and H View Post
The first statement is not proven. Many, like 30,000 scientist are saying this is a hoax. The second statement is sad. Calling anyone a terrorist for not believing as you do is just not right in the head.

http://www.petitionproject.org/

Time to back off.

Regards, Kirk
Hey Kirk, for every Scientist saying it isn't real I can find one that disagrees..


Not proven my ash Kirk! Why is it you few depend on your opinions and not facts?
So knowing each of you will spin any news I place you pick the dang news article... at;

https://nortonsafe.search.ask.com/we...ctype=&tpr=121

Knowing not one of you will click the links I provide..

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Scientific opinion on climate change
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about scientific consensus on the current climate change. For public perception and controversy, see Public opinion on climate change and Global warming controversy.
Summary of opinions from climate and earth scientists regarding climate change. Click to see a more detailed summary of the sources.

The scientific opinion on climate change is the overall judgment among scientists regarding the extent to which global warming is occurring, its causes, and its probable consequences. The scientific consensus is that the Earth's climate system is unequivocally warming, and that it is extremely likely (meaning 95% probability or higher) that this warming is predominantly caused by humans. It is likely that this mainly arises from increased concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, such as from deforestation and the burning of fossil fuels, partially offset by human caused increases in aerosols; natural changes had little effect.[1][2][3][4]

This scientific opinion is expressed in synthesis reports, by scientific bodies of national or international standing, and by surveys of opinion among climate scientists. Individual scientists, universities, and laboratories contribute to the overall scientific opinion via their peer-reviewed publications, and the areas of collective agreement and relative certainty are summarised in these respected reports and surveys.[5]

National and international science academies and scientific societies have assessed current scientific opinion on global warming. These assessments are generally consistent with the conclusions of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The IPCC Fourth Assessment Report stated that:

Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, as evidenced by increases in global average air and ocean temperatures, the widespread melting of snow and ice, and rising global average sea level.[6]
Most of the global warming since the mid-20th century is very likely due to human activities.[7]
Benefits and costs of climate change for [human] society will vary widely by location and scale.[8] Some of the effects in temperate and polar regions will be positive and others elsewhere will be negative.[8] Overall, net effects are more likely to be strongly negative with larger or more rapid warming.[8]
The range of published evidence indicates that the net damage costs of climate change are likely to be significant and to increase over time.[9]
The resilience of many ecosystems is likely to be exceeded this century by an unprecedented combination of climate change, associated disturbances (e.g. flooding, drought, wildfire, insects, ocean acidification) and other global change drivers (e.g. land-use change, pollution, fragmentation of natural systems, over-exploitation of resources).[10]

Some scientific bodies have recommended specific policies to governments, and science can play a role in informing an effective response to climate change. Policy decisions, however, may require value judgements and so are not included in the scientific opinion


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scient...climate_change

Also if possible Check the other links at and you might find one that supports your opinions.


https://nortonsafe.search.ask.com/we...ctype=&tpr=121
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