Remember Rollings' class? I came out of it being very skeptical about human-induced global warming. I wonder how much has changed since then. From what I remember, global temperatures and CO2 levels are very cyclical, and didn't seem to be much legitimate data supporting the human-induced mindset. Obviously, the last time this happened, there weren't 6 billion people to support, so the changes may very well have the dire impact stated in the CNN piece, but can we stop it? It it better to fight a loosing battle then to use our resources elsewhere? Like I said, I'm sure a lot has changed since '99, and I am in favor of reducing pollution, but I'd like to hear more about whether or not there's a cause-effect relationship between our activities and the warming.Andy?
Yeah, but Bob's an f-ing Republican. Nuf said.
Yeah, I remember. I just get terribly frustrated at our stupid government for not making alternative energy options or environmental conservancy a high priority. Whether this "global warming" issue is going to have cataclysmic effects or not we need to do a hell of a lot better at protecting our world.BTW...At first I truly thought your comment was posted by Andy.