I admire your willingness to stand up to overwhelming evidence to continue to believe what you want to. And I will concede that there will always be some sort of evidence, however small, that climate change has no man-made component.
But think about the next couple of generations with these two scenarios. First imagine that we decide to do nothing about greenhouse gasses, etc., because it doesn’t matter what we do; the earth will change the way it wants to. What’s the worst that could happen? The air gets poisoned, our food supplies die out, but at least a lot of people will have more money.
Okay, now let’s imagine that we work hard to reduce emissions and find alternative energy. What’s the worst that could happen? The world might die out anyway, and people who make money polluting will miss out on their windfall.
On the other hand, asthma and allergy issues would decrease, and we might be able to wean ourselves off fossil fuels and therefore dependency on the Middle East. AND we might find that the natural variations in weather patterns will be less dramatic and violent.
When making a decision that can impact all life on the only planet we’ve got, maybe we should ask the question: what happens if we’re wrong?
So, are ya feeling lucky………punk?