TRUE/FALSE, QUESTIONING THE EXTENT TO WHICH GLOBAL WARMING IS CAUSED BY...
Voted : False
False, but many people often mistake those who don't belive that global warming is real/as dangerous as people say it is for those who don't think pollution is a bad thing.
Another anti-United Nations ballot, another anti-Iran ballot, and another anti-global warming ballot.
Like they say, consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
Voted : False
False of course, easy one :)
Unless this argument is their answer forever to anyone who thinks about the exploding populations or ways we need to change to make sure we Don't have much more impact in the future.
LOL, get what I just said, "the future" haha!!
So they're allowed to question it, so long as they also go along with all the hysteria and don't question everything they say about global warming? Interesting. You're allowed to question the government, just so long as you shut the hell up and do what we tell you.
yes sir, hz
You persist in confusing me with the structure of your questions, Mr. Herzog. Here's how it seems to break down:
Asking how much of global warming is caused by man and how much is caused by naturally occurring phenonena is the same thing as saying that pollution doesn't exist or is a good thing. What?
This question doesn't make sense.
Global warming is a fact. What causes it is being debated. Is it a caused by man, or is it just part of a naturally recurring planetary cycle? Most scientists say that, although there have been historical cycles and incidences of global warming in the past (before massive pollution), the current warming is caused by mankind's pollution.
It is not unreasonable to hold with either position, although for me it seems unreasonable to argue that the incredible amounts of pollutants we are now dumping into the air are not playing a role in global warming. I could, nevertheless, be wrong, and it might be a historical cycle. Whether or not global warming is caused by pollution, it is safe to say that we are poisoning ourselves on a global level and need to reduce toxins in our air.
You question is not clear on what it asks. It puzzles me. I often have this reaction to Mr. Bush's statements. Perhaps you are more in tune with the common mind?
Voted : False
Though the sheep believe the two are equivalent.
Marge: the question makes perfect sense, everyone else got it.
Simply question the extent to which mankind (americans and republicans especially) are to be blame for global warming (like if you suggest it's anything less than 100% our fault) and several users will jump out of the woodwork and claim that means you support pollution, work for some evil oil company or don't believe pollution has any impact.
Voted : True
actually.. the way Any environmental issue is used here at B&W.. I'm changing my mind about people