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Climate change - alarmist

Long-term significant change in the “average weather”, believe that it is man-made polution.
Climate change - scepticism

Climate change - scepticism

The climate change is not caused by man-made pollution but it is part of natural process.

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Climate change is any long-term significant change in the “average weather” that a given region experiences. Average weather may include average temperature, precipitation and wind patterns. It involves changes in the variability or average state of the atmosphere over durations ranging from decades to millions of years. These changes can be caused by dynamic processes on Earth, external forces including variations in sunlight intensity, and more recently by human activities.In recent usage, especially in the context of environmental policy, the term "climate change" often refers to changes in modern climate (see global warming). For information on temperature measurements over various periods, and the data sources available, see temperature record. For attribution of climate ...
for7against   alarmist! priroda nam dava vsechno a my ji to oplacime svoji lhostejnosti.kazdy zacnete sam u sebe!!!!, dimitrij
for10against   Global warming is NOT man-made. it is a ponzi scheme designed to drive up taxes for a more powerful and more liberal world government., robufo2000
for4against   Remember the Climategate scandal! Global warming is a scam!, robufo2000
for1against   offener Brief an Angela Davis!Es wird nicht wärmer sagen die Verstromer und somit wir!Gezeichnet:Prof. bestechlich,Dr. Gierschlund und Raffke,Prof.CDU Mitglied,Dr.ich sage alles!, SEPP
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Significant uncertainties of climate change triggers

There might be feedbacks in the climate system that we aren't aware of yet. The amount of carbon in the oceans and atmosphere changes suddenly and dramatically. The oceans are acidified and significant extinctions result. On land, global temperatures increase anywhere from five to nine degrees Celsius, causing widespread habitat disruptions. Despite the sudden onset of the event, its impact lingers for 100 thousand years. his might sound like a worst-case situation for the current anthropogenic influences on climate, but it's actually an historic event that the public is generally unaware ...

Global warming is real

There is "absolutely no scientifically proven basis for the premise that man can affect what the climate does" is absurd. Our libraries are full of carefully compiled and critically reviewed scientific research that makes it clear that global warming is real, is caused by human activity and is significantly and rapidly changing the world's climate.The research conclusions of dozens of respected scientific organizations such as the American Geophysical Union, the American Physical Society, the National Academies of Science and the American Meteorological Society are easily available online.Our ...

Not Scared about Global Warming

Presentation of scary stories about global warming in the popular media makes us unnecessarily frightened. Even worse, it terrifies our kids.Al Gore famously depicted how a sea-level rise of 20 feet (six meters) would almost completely flood Florida, New York, Holland, Bangladesh, and Shanghai, even though the United Nations estimates that sea levels will rise 20 times less than that, and do no such thing. When confronted with these exaggerations, some of us say that they are for a good cause, and surely there is no harm done if the result is that we focus even more on tackling climate change. ...

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Breaking news: We’re blocking Cuadrilla’s fracking site
All rights reserved. Credit: Jiri Rezac | Greenpeace UK Peaceful protest at Cuadrilla Fracking site Image caption:  Peaceful protest at Cuadrilla Fracking site Most of Gill’s early mornings are spent travelling to her job as a costume designer from her home in Blackpool. But this morning was a little different. Today, Gill is one of twenty people going face to face with fracking firm Cuadrilla.As you read this, Gill - and about twenty other Greenpeace volunteers - are aiming to fully stop work at Cuadrilla's site. This morning at around 8AM, they locked themselves to heavy, reinforced blocks in front of Cuadrilla's site, blocking the entrance and preventing vehicles from delivering supplies. Since January, Cuadrilla has turned what once was a quiet countryside into an industrial zone. They’ve done t
Campaigners Block Work at Fracking Site in Lancashire
3 May, 2017 Volunteer campaigners, together with Greenpeace UK, obstructed the entrance to a fracking site at Preston New Road in Lancashire. They intended to stop preparation works for the first UK frack for gas, after the government overruled the local council decision to reject planning permission.The ten campaigners, many from local areas including Blackpool, Preston and Wigan, safely linked their arms inside reinforced yellow blocks, adorned with the Lancashire rose, to create a ‘Frack Free Zone’ blocking the entrance to the site. They created an obstruction to stop trucks entering the site and delay preparatory work, adding to the major delays already caused by peaceful protest since work began at the site in January.Many people in Lancashire have been tirelessly opposing fracking for 6 years, since the temporary ban on UK fracking in 2011. Local councillors at Lancashire County Council voted to reject the
5 reasons why Trump can’t tear up the Paris Agreement
Since his inauguration in November last year, Donald Trump’s attack on the environment has been relentless. He’s approved the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, he’s put more than 2.7 million acres of iconic US landscape at risk from fossil fuel exploration and he’s proposing a 31 percent cut to the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget, effectively eliminating its climate change programs.Now, Trump is threatening to pull out of the Paris Agreement, a landmark commitment struck by nearly 200 nations aimed at limiting global warming to well below 2°C. As the world’s second largest emitter of greenhouse gases, the U.S. plays a massive role in achieving this. It’s hard to imagine how we’ll do it without them.But there’s hope. Here’s 5 reasons why Trump can’t tear up the Paris Agreement, even if he tries to.U.S. momentum is bigger than Trump71% of American people support the Paris Agreement. That’s seven in ten people. Not only that but there’s resoundin
Swiss student's robot becomes overnight hit
This train can ride forever, thanks to a robot created by a Swiss university student. (SRF/swissinfo.ch)  As part of his bachelor's degree project, Christian Schürch from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, had the idea of building a robot that would place almonds on chocolates. But he reprogrammed it so that it would build a toy train track instead.  The robot's work was posted on different platforms and became an online overnight sensation, with more than 11 million clicks on Reddit alone.  Nobody is sure why the images became so popular. Is it the juxtaposition of the past, represented by the wooden toy, and the future, represented by the robot? But one thing is clear, Christian Schürch has probably boosted his chances of finding a job in robotics.

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