Man made global climate change or not: Which scientists are correct?

We're either going to waste an obscene amount of money or we're going to ignore a global catastrophe. There doesn't seem to be any in-between. How do we reach a consensus?

Asked By: Pro Con - 11/4/2009
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This guy who asked this question last week does not realize that this week Colorado is setting record high temperatures. They say that it could get up in the seventies this week.;_ylt=AiDYS2crqqdcWi_Zoac1GCDty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20091030081821AAZ2Etc&show=7#profile-info-60JDNyQdaa... More
Answered By: Stainless Steel Rat - 11/4/2009
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Just take a look at Mt. Kilimanjaro. There used to be snow up there. Look at Antarctica. A lot of melting. That is causing a slow rise in the oceans and a decrease in salinity. These things are measurable. Will they make a difference? As the people who live in Miami what will happen if the Atlantic keeps rising.
Answered By: Deke666 - 11/4/2009
The ones with the evidence.
Answered By: Holy Cow! - 11/4/2009
you are entitled to your own interpretation, but not to your own facts... More
Answered By: White House Watching - 11/4/2009
Which Scientists are getting pay by the Corporations to do the research?
Answered By: Milk Cow II - 11/4/2009
Why did AlGore tuna disappear ?? He has been given a chance to debate this on a world stage ... and is absent from his pet project
Answered By: Cpt Crash - 11/4/2009
When environmentalists can stop the seasons from changing I may believe in man made global warming. Until then, I'll pass on trying to control the climate of the Earth.
Answered By: zaza 1ST GRANDCHILD 2/2010!!! - 11/4/2009
This is like asking "who is to blame for a muddy river... More
Answered By: qncyguy21 - 11/4/2009
No one knows the studies haven't been long enough to determine anything
Answered By: Jack - 11/4/2009
by listening to expert opinion, rather than dis-information!
Answered By: dylanfox - 11/4/2009
The global warming campaign is a farce. However pollution is obviously not a good thing and we should all work to reduce it in a reasonable way. That does not mean a tax or shutting down our small manufacturers.
Answered By: Fido - 11/4/2009
The Earth can take care of its self, we are stupid to believe we can change anything for better or worse.
Answered By: Docker - 11/4/2009
Further study and observation of what's going on is needed. There is conflicting data, but one thing is for sure... More
Answered By: Thomas - 11/4/2009
too late haha
Answered By: accretion - 11/4/2009
We listen to 99% of climatologists! The scientists who are anti-Man Made reasons are the same who 10 years ago say it wasn't happening. We need to invest in Wind, Solar and Nuclear - TODAY. Jobs and a better life for our grandchildren.
Answered By: Jesse - 11/4/2009
The planet has been cooling since 1998. Global warming is a hoax. Sun spots have more to do with our temperature than anything we could do. This was a cool summer; maybe we are entering a new ice age (joke).
Answered By: Booth - 11/4/2009
The alleged science of global warming has never seemed to me to hold much water. To many assumptions based on incomplete data. Too much contradictory data left out and too many political figures who stand to make fortunes if they get enough people to blindly follow them. There is a very good reason that more than 30,... More
Answered By: Bob G - 11/4/2009
Man has indeed effected the environment... More
Answered By: JimSock - 11/4/2009
Ignore the climate crap and just give us clean air and water. What they are doing is trying to get more money from the people. Until China,India and Mexico do something to stop there emissions there is nothing anyone can do to change what we have now. Peace
Answered By: PARVFAN - 11/4/2009
DEKE666: You my friend are grossly misinformed. Antarctica is experiencing some of the coldest weather in centuries. It's the North Pole that's experiencing a thaw while the South Pole freezes solid. It all has to do with polar wobble and our orbit around the sun. The side facing towards the sun gets more solar... More
Answered By: Kinkade 0001 - 11/4/2009
If we use common sense and let nature take its course all will be well
Answered By: Paul Grass - 11/4/2009
There is some foundation in what you draw your conjecture but the factor omitted is that the worst polluters are in China and India. Neither of which will participate nor sign into an international treaty to put controls on it. All the fortune and time we invest will still come up for naught considering the far... More
Answered By: Raider - 11/4/2009
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