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I'm not saying it is...just the contrary. I agree
1 year ago on New Study Yanks Away Glimmer of Hope on Climate Change
99.999999997% missing historical weather data...sounds concete!
Don't worry now...we are due for a supervolcano. The arctic will be replenish itself just fine. I would be much more concerned with an ocean die off from plastic pollution than anything. We are watching the 6th extinction unfold before our very eyes, and we Are the cause of that. It should be law that disposables or consumables not be plastic, but that doesn't happen does it? That is because plastic is a rich greedy man's best friend. Its the cheapest...and most available....bottom line. Don't you see the problem here? What's the point of having an oxegenated armosphere when the food chain is decimated? The global elite and government not have our best interests in mind. If they did, they would be filtering our atmosphere, and not producing toxic waste via power generation, and would be cleaning up the massive vast gyres of plastic in all the oceans. Climate change? This is the least of our worries....that is why they are focusing on it.
Truly. 99.999999997% of the data missing...wow sounds concrete.
Finally, someone else with a brain. The Global Elite needs everybody to believe in human global warming so they cross borders unabated. They will not be happy until they have COMPLETE CONTROL over all the commodities in the world, including human beings.
Furthermore, less pack ice is only a seasonal event. Some years there's more other years less. Completely natural.
Pack ice you are talking about. There is a big difference. If the glaciers melted 80%, there would be no eastern seaboard.
The ice has NOT melted 80% by volume. MABYE 5%
The idea that it's dangerous to clean it up is absolutely ridiculous. It NEEDS to be cleaned up and that is all there is to it. The real problem is that our governments will not spend the money. It's ALL about money and always has been. Tell the truth for once. JUST ONCE!
1 year, 6 months ago on Why We Can't Clean Up the Pacific Gyre