Tell me the headline is not enough to make you toss the cookies! Not everything is black and white, there are gray areas. No one will dispute that we, and I’m not just talking about the United States, have destroyed parts of our planet. Currently, China is creating its own love channels. On the other hand, the United States has done very well in taking steps to be good stewards of our planet, although some may disagree.
Ben Stein said this:
“Well, calling people who want to keep Americans free to use the kind of energy they want to use the ‘pollution lobby’ is wild smear … The truth is that we now have a lot of data coming to light. The scientific community that is on the side of anthropogenic global warming was cooking the data and suppressing the data from those who requested their data. So I think the whole thing about fighting global warming can be based on a false premise. “
Most cities no longer have billowing smoke towers, even our small RI capital, Providence, has changed dramatically in my life. I remember that the main industries of the city took the first step to alternate days and hours of dumping toxic garbage into the atmosphere. Since then many measures have been taken and now the air in the city is quite clean.
So GLOBAL WARMING is being questioned. Well, to be honest, it has always been questioned. I remember not many years ago we were warned of global cooling. Now that the actual statistics point to a cooling trend, perhaps we can invest billions of dollars in that unproven theory to “study” what man has done to create that!
The movement of the tectonic plates of the earth’s crust, erupting volcanoes, natural forest fires, tsunamis, and the list goes on, there are many natural events that affect the climate of our earth. Not to mention, the earth is roughly 75% covered by deep oceans.
Why is it so hard to believe that the earth’s climate is in a state of flux? It’s as if global warming advocates never saw the Discovery Channel! If we are to believe everything we study about the history of the earth, it has always been in a state of flux.
We must be careful not to pollute our air, land, and waterways. I realize it’s a broad statement, but sometimes it’s that simple.