but global warming isn't a definitive fact
...substantial species extinction, large risks to global and regional food security, and the combination of high temperature and humidity compromising normal human activities..."
Yeah well going much further into the debate I'd have to start studying the subject thoroughly. But I know that there's debate about global warming in science community
There's lots to debate about evolution on a scientific basis and by legitimate scientists.
you can figure out a theory to explain it but as far as I know that theory is yet to come
And I suppose even if you had one you'd have to validate it one way or another.
...there's no empirical evidence of it.
there's relatively small but fundamental assumptions and simplifications done based on nothing but 'else it doesn't work'.
Google is very far from sufficient when examining this so by any means if interested...
I can recommend you some books.
I'm not religious enough to believe bacteria turns into human if you're patient - and just because they taught you so.
The existing ones develop but new ones don't pop out.
Favorable mutations yeah, I'm not sure, theoretically it even might be possible, but if you've studied math... :P
You can't just throw everything at my face and say 'reply'
lots to debate about evolution on a scientific basis and by legitimate scientists.
So wtf do economic interests have to do with science?
it happens every day, every season.
i am not concerned about climate change, for a few reasons:
1. it is an issue that is far beyond my control
2. i have a basic faith that humanity possesses the efficacy to adapt to threatening circumstances, should man's impact on climate really be so great
3. climate has changed dramatically over earth's history, creating new benefits and detriments for life, and these benefits and detriments are what help to drive selection of biological evolution
...necessary element in the data data determining climate
significance to the conversation of this graph
the temperature is relatively lower now as compared to those assumed from observations of historical evidence
i don't understand what this means.
climate has changed dramatically over earth's history, creating new benefits and detriments for life, and these benefits and detriments are what help to drive selection of biological evolution
Evolution cannot operate over such a short period of time.
i don't know how this relates to the discussion.
worrying about something doesn't solve it. being concerned about an issue doesn't preclude being aware of, attentive to, or active in its resolution.
does it seem that's what i would do?
is there some reason why an unfavorable speculative consequence to the assumed significance of humanity's impact on earth's climate (such as catastrophe) should be valued over a favorable (can you conceive of a favorable outcome)?
you should understand that i was joking when i said that.
4. i don't know enough about the subject to make any claim with confidence
Climate is changing, but not due to human intervention. The earth, solar system and galaxy has cycles. We are going into a (mini?) ice age.
2. sources, please
It is extremely likely (95-100%) that human influence has been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century
If the belief in global warming is based on scientific predictions which is based on empirical evidence, how is it then a 'blind' belief?
"Then why there isnt a corresponding increase in temperature?"
"Correlation doesnt means causation."
"Again, co2 isnt the main enemy, methane is much worse as a greenhouse gas."
...made me cringe so hard my collarbones snapped and I accidentally kissed my own cock
When you move rocks that weighs like 20 ton, 35 ton, it doesnt matter how many people you have to move those rocks, the point is the technique. Also note that in Inca there is these "zigzags" rocks over there in which matchs with other megalithic strucutres in the world that these people DIDNT HAVE CONTACT between each other. See some people make igloos, others tents and so on. Why would these extraordinary people make pyramids? all around? …think about it, it must have a logic in it.
we still do not have complete certainty about if the current climate change was only, mostly or partially ... caused by [humans]
But remember: Einstein came up with his theory without "proper math(or the math that the most of the people used to tackle with this subjects at that time), now we call it by Quantum Gravity(quantum theory)
The point of that comment was to tell you that CO2 is not a poison but a basic element of life
even if its presence increased by 1000% from the current level the worst effect I could think off is it would cause light headiness.