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More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made G.W. Claims [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-7-21 20:13:04 |Display all floors

RE: More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made G.W. Claims

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Revolutionar Post time: 2012-7-21 18:05
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This post was edited by Revolutionar at 2012-7-21 21:20
sansukong Post time: 2012-7-21 20:13
You are not only a brainless "echo-box but a very obedient boot licker, especially with your gift ...

now, who  pays you to post your anti science stuffs around here.

Come clean.
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Post time 2012-7-21 20:52:15 |Display all floors
We don't need to bicker over such details; we should prepare for sacrifices in the interest of saving what little is left of this planet. We have destroyed too much already, and human greed has not been tackled yet.


Discussing and understanding details is the very reason for science today - analyzing helps us to understand the whole better. But you're right - it's rather pointless to discuss science in a forum like this, so I'll give in on this topic here

I do agree with you that we need to improve our ecological footprint and pollute the environment less - but I don't think you can change the nature of man and fight greed as a solution. Especially developing countries (where still the majority of people on our planet live) want to feed their people first, before actually considering abstract threats like a distant climate change. You have to give them a cheaper solution which is clean - and when being clean is cheaper, poor countries will go green too.

Of course, you might impose strict regulation in developed countries like germany. You might even spend billions and trillions on solar panels. But in the end, you do more harm than good - solar panels lead to huge amounts of carbon dioxide emissions (esp. when they are made in China) as well as other environmental pollution. But the biggest challenge is storing energy - so far, we don't have any technology which would allow us to store sufficient amounts of energy to transform developed economies, not to mention developing countries.

This brings us back to my original claim: we do need to invest more effort and money in science and pour less into subsiding immature technologies. If you invest those billions (or even trillions) of Euros into research, we will be able to really overcome our dependence on fossil fuel, rather than just shifting it to China and blame China for polluting the environment by producing the products we consume (which is exactly what we do by simply pushing prices up and buying solar panels from China).

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Everynowhere Post time: 2012-7-21 20:52
Discussing and understanding details is the very reason for science today - analyzing helps us to  ...
  1. But you're right - it's rather pointless to discuss science in a forum like this, so I'll give in on this topic here
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that is the point.

progress can be made...but only after we have all made the san rats, the Heartless Institutes and Climate Depots as public enemy number one in a public forum such as this.

the full time climatologists will deal with nonsense and distractions such as those.
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Everynowhere Post time: 2012-7-21 20:52
Discussing and understanding details is the very reason for science today - analyzing helps us to  ...

the viability of projects is a question of economics and politics.

but the san rats, the Heartless Institute and the Climate Depots are lobby groups spreading false, misleading information to stop proper debate based on science and scientific evidence.
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seneca Post time: 2012-7-21 21:40
You have divested yourself of the right to pass judgement by saying yourself that "I know NOTHING  ...

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Hey but what do I know, huh?

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