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Re: The missing link of climate change skepticism


OMG! Somebody actually read it. Thanks Doc.
1/14/2020, 9:53 pm Link to this post PM RedQ Blog
 
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I read it. As I was reading, I thought Wow, this is really compelling! Who wrote this?
Then, I looked for the author. When I discovered that it was RedQ, I experienced a whole slew of mixed emotions.

Now that I have researched some of the things you say, I am more impressed with your writing prowess, but my overall thoughts on the topic remain essentially the same. I don't take AGW seriously because it is like all the other disasters that have been predicted by the left. They remind me too much of Lucy getting Charlie Brown to kick the football. Fool me once, shame on you. Keep trying to fool me again and again and again...and again....
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>I don't take AGW seriously because it is like all the other disasters that have been predicted by the left.<

But those other disasters were not resolved by pretending they didn’t exist; instead they were accepted as a real problem and measures were taken to tackle them, often with the help of government assistance . For example, people’s health was once threatened by the smoggy atmosphere caused by homes burning coal for heat but then the government introduced the Clean Air Act and that incentivised actions to find more environmentally-friendly ways of heating homes.

I could look at the satellite temperature data and it would be as convincing as the data disproving the link between smoking and cancer that was put out by scientists on the payroll of the tobacco industry. Given that there is an obvious reason why many businesses would want to downplay the environmental damage they are causing (just as the tobacco industry was keen not to have their product linked to people dying from cancer) we have an explanation for why some say global warming is not happening even though most climate scientists say it is.

So to be just as convincing that all those climate scientists and politicians are wrong (not to mention all those people saying they are living through unprecedented environmental change) and climate change is NOT happening, you need an equally if not more compelling reason for the spreading of such false Green propaganda.

James Jaeger has posted a ten minute preview of his new documentary film and by the look of it, this film will try and provide exactly the explanation I am asking for.
1/15/2020, 2:28 am Link to this post PM Extropia DaSilva Blog
 
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often with the help of government assistance


I don't categorize seagull management as assistance. Sometimes the government does not hinder...much.
1/15/2020, 9:43 am Link to this post PM Spikosauropod
 


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