There has been climate change since the days of my
youth. I can remember one time when the snow was so
deep, the snow plows made a mound probably six feet
tall, at the corner where they plowed out a parking
lot. (I should have taken pictures, but I was too
young to know the signifigance.)
The question which needs answering is "does man's
activity affect climate? And if we change, does the
climate respond to our changes?"
At present, I do not think that mankind's activity
affects the global climate. Just like I don't think
chlorinated solvents affect the ozone layer. People
who do think so, should stay home and be quiet.
On Monday, November 30, 2015 at 9:21:27 PM UTC-5, Micky wrote:
The "whatever their complaint was" part is key. There are always going
to be some protestors that show up at any type of summit, mad about one
thing or another. If they can show up at G20 meetings, where the goal
is cooperating to keep the world economy running smoothly, surely they
can show up anywhere.
Of course there are some that just like causing trouble, nothing new
there. If you interviewed the protestors you'd find that they don't
even agree with each other, and that some make no sense at all.
If you can see that there are issues involved that would bring out
demonstrators for a world trade or similar meetins, I don't see why
you wouldn't see that exactly the same kind of issues and even more
so, are involved in agreements to limit CO2. There are going to be
winners and losers in any agreement that is reached.
On Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 10:10:45 AM UTC-5, trader_4 wrote:
Watched the news just now and they had some brief coverage of the
demonstrators in Paris. I saw a big polar bear costume and signs that made
it clear that at least those demonstrators are there demanding action
on global warming. Which makes sense. If you have any big issue,
not unusual to see people there demonstrating for whatever is going on,
not necessarily against it.
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