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· Ya'ver drink Brazilian bold from fkn dunkn donuts!
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How would I destroy the world? Enforce people to drive Toyota Prius's, as the collective smugness factor that empowers the average Prius driver would overcome any force of nature and these people would naturally die from having too high a dose of smugness in their system. Quite simply, their bodies just cannot handle that amount of smugness (only one man has developed an immunity - Steve Jobs). As for those who actually care about the cars they drive, they would become too depressed and will have to kill themselves as no self respecting driver would ever commit himself to actually driving the horrid Prius for the rest of their natural lives.
 

· Ya'ver drink Brazilian bold from fkn dunkn donuts!
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Humans don't cause global warming, it is a natural event that has happened many times before in earths history and is caused by the big angry ball of fire in the sky known as the sun. Most people can't see past their own noses to understand that. What we do cause however is relatively insignificant in the grand scheme of things, but that doesn't mean that we can't easily reduce the amount of waste that we produce.
 

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I think that we should adopt the concept of being as efficient as we can with our energy expenditures, how much waste we produce, adopt other measures that will allow us to abandon our pure reliance on fossil fuels, and drift away from the ridiculous amount of resources we use in favour of more sustainable sources, but I just disagree with the notion that we are the sole reason why global warming occurs.
 

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I am correct in my belief that we are not the sole cause of global warming.

Yes the polar ice caps are melting more, but what you don't often hear is that they freeze more as well. Funny how news reports neglect that little piece of information.

As for greenhouse gases, yes we cause quite a lot, but in the grand scheme of things we do not contribute the highest amount of carbon dioxide or whatever it is (the warmed oceans from the sun contribute the most), what we contribute is a small percentage. But if you think that it is bad now, with all the animal farming releasing large amounts of methane, think what it would have been like during the age of the dinosaur.

We live in a time where the globe is going coming off a cooling point and rising to a heat peak, it has happened many many times before our time on earth, and will happen many many times after we are gone. It is the natural cycle of the planet and the cosmos. Instead of thinking selfishly that we are the sole cause will lead to much misinformation, something the media likes to thrive on as it generates controversy and ratings. I have also spoken a lot with local farmers from my area and from around the state of which I live in and they all tell me the same things as these indie scientists who are exploring the global warming phenomenon. Now who should I believe, reporters who struggle to refrain from bias journalism, or men who have lived on the land and worked with it for their whole lives?

I go with experience, rather than fluff.
 
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