After I watched the movie below I started to wonder if global warming is faction or fiction? The global warming story is a cautionary tale of how a media scare us? Global warming, or climate change, is a subject that shows no sign of cooling down like National Geographic says...
Climate warming caused by man-made greenhouse gases, is usually presented as a gloomy catastrophe that will induce the mass extinction of animals and plants, epidemics of contagious and parasitic diseases, droughts and floods, and even invasions of mutated insects resistent to insecticides. Melting glaciers are predicted to raise sea level by 3.67 meters, flooding islands, densely inhabited coastal areas, and great metropolises....
There are 6 main natural causes for earth's climate variability: Earth's Orbital variations, tectonic activity,volcanic activity, solar variability, internal variability, human activity.
According to one American climatologist, the "scare-them-to-death" approach seems to be the best way to get money for climate studies.Great international organizations, such as the World Meteorogical Organization (VMO), the United Nation Environmental Program (UNEP), the Intergovermental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and others, direct the immense stream of money for climate studies. The sources of these funds are the governments of many countries, the European Union, and the World Bank.
So, Earth is already showing many signs of worldwide climate change, but a very controversial novel released in 2004 State Of Fear by sf autor Michael Cricton expose this thing like a conspiracy of the big wings who are running this show and making us belive that Global warming is indeed happening.
So, for the last time (smiles) are humans causing it, what do you think? Do you believe we are making it worse? If you think it's a hoax, what's your source? And what do you think we, as individuals could do to reduce this distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen ?
To be honest, I don't like alarmists and activists either but that's a personal matter, right? - smiles.