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commented on Stuart Carlson
17 days ago
97% of scientists agree that global warming is real and man made… but hey, why don’t I agree with some random guy on the internet who claims he is better at math than scientists.
commented on Gary Varvel
about 1 month ago
It doesn’t matter how much Obamacare succeeds, the ‘right’ will call it a complete failure. It doesn’t matter how much Obamacare fails, the ‘left’ will call it a success..Never have I seen a better example of confirmation bias.
commented on Monty
about 1 month ago
Yet here you are continuing the debate..I can boil it down to something simple..Approximately 97% of scientific research supports the theory that humans are causing global warming. It is nigh impossible for some stranger on the internet to convince me that these scientists are all wrong..Your epistemological approach to life doesn’t place value in that… as such it is nigh impossible for me to convince you that you are wrong..Conclusion: debate is futile
I’m sorry, you misunderstand my intentions..I’m not trying to debate the subject with you or any other individuals who deny human caused global warming. I already know it is impossible to change the views of someone who defines truth on beliefs rather than on facts..I’m just providing interesting information for the other forum readers that like to know what is really going on. .For those who feel frustrated reading comments by deniers: don’t forget that deniers are actually a minority (a very loud minority). 97% of the scientific community says that humans are a major factor in the current global warming trend. Also, the majority of people living in every other developed country believe the scientific community.
Climate change deniers don’t make decisions based on truth. They make decisions based on belief. Bringing facts to the argument will only fall on deaf ears..Step outside America and climate change deniers are viewed the same as those who deny the moon landing really happened, or those who insist that the earth is flat.
Funny thing… this isn’t “Political” it is simply science and fact. There is nothing ‘left’ or ‘right’ about it.
I find it interesting that America is the only developed country on the planet where there is a public debate about climate change. Every other country accepts it as fact.
commented on Steve Kelley
2 months ago
I’m having trouble with the “poor children seeking a better life” argument.If you add up all the children on the planet that are malnurished and literally starving, that number would be higher than the entire population of America.Every single one of those children would love to come to America for a better life. Should all of them be allowed?
commented on Michael Ramirez
3 months ago
@dzw3030The moderates in the US are all the Muslims that accepted the ‘melting pot’ mentality and assimilated into regular American culture. You don’t hear from them because they are average every-day people and don’t do anything extraordinary (good or bad).
Not all Muslims are bad or evil. That being said, many are extremists, and you most certainly should be concerned about them.
The stats don’t change no matter who gets killed. The thing is, if you want to solve a problem, you have to understand the problem. Spouting ignorance about the problem doesn’t help.
“The world is a more violent place than in the past” – FALSE“America is more threatened by world violence than in the past” – TRUE
Understand the problem and then address the problem.
There are moderates in that part of the world. That’s what the Arabic Spring was all about.
You are correct. Islamic violence has had a large death toll. I am not arguing that things aren’t bad now. I’m suggesting that it was worse in the past. .It is all over the news the last couple decades, but that’s just because the USA has been involved in the last couple decades. Iraq and Iran were in a state of non-stop bloody war for pretty much all of the 1980s… but you didn’t hear that in the news unless you listened to NPR. .In the 70’s the Lebanese Civil War started (and continued for 15 years)In the 60’s North Yemen had an eight year civil warThe 50’s had the Jebel Akhdar War…Did we hear about those?.There were over 60 wars, uprising, insurgencies… etc in the Middle East during the 1900s. That’s over 6 per decade. Conflict in the Middle East is nothing new.
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