You dipshit's are stupid. and immoral, and...you don't think through things.
Pollution happens...I don't want pollution, you don't want pollution, but perhaps we could talk...and have a reasonable conversation...but no...you dipshits want to state, without a doubt that there is global warming, sorry, climate change, because it is said so....OK, well things in science are not said so...just not...don't care if a thousand scientists agree...there is no consensus, there can't be...like Capitalism, science is best when left to explore, to argue, to naturally determine the winners and losers. But no, Al Gore made famous the most erroneous statement in scientific history..."this is settled science"...Al, there is no settled science, there is theory and law, climate change, which began as global warming is at best a theory, and Al/Rich's,..... theory's don't need convincing nor are they "settled science"
The fraud of the Climate change community is amazing, if they were drug companies doing the same, you would be at their door with pitchforks.
Let's discuss if you wish, but I'm going to retreat into my scientific certainly of the unknowable if you persist in being a dipshit.
If the theory of man-made global warming were such a self-obvious truth, the result of scientific consensus, then why do advocates for this idea keep committing frauds to advance it? Even more disturbing, why are some writers willing to defend this behavior?
The latest embarrassment for global-warming activists came on Feb. 20 after Peter Gleick, founder of the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment and Security in Oakland, admitted that he committed fraud to obtain documents he thought would embarrass a conservative think tank that has been a leading debunker of some of the overheated claims of the climate-change Chicken Littles.
The memos, which reveal the group’s political and fund-raising strategies, provided little to embarrass the Chicago-based Heartland Institute, but it has damaged the reputation of a man who was a respected intellectual in the environmental world. Gleick, a MacArthur Foundation “genius” fellow, doesn’t seem brilliant now, as he takes a leave of absence from the institute, faces public embarrassment and possible prosecution. (Heartland claims that one memo was fabricated, although Gleick denies that charge, but the scandal could get uglier.)
But even after Gleick admitted and apologized for his action,Los Angeles Times columnist Michael Hiltzik defended him:“It’s a sign of the emotions wrapped up in the global warming debate that Gleick should be apologizing for his actions today while the Heartland Institute stakes out the moral high ground.”