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yes because there is clear scientific evidence to prove it
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it is difficult to say... according to respected scientistic magazine New Scientist it was up and down in the past:

http://c3headlines.typepad.com/.a/6a...6dadeb8970b-pi


certainly man made species extinction and destruction of rainforests etc is a thing but that is separate.
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it is difficult to say... according to respected scientistic magazine New Scientist it was up and down in the past:

http://c3headlines.typepad.com/.a/6a...6dadeb8970b-pi


certainly man made species extinction and destruction of rainforests etc is a thing but that is separate.
Interesting. Because the data presented below completely contradicts the image you posted, which I am not convinced is from New Scientist BTW.

http://www.climate4you.com/GlobalTemperatures.htm

Of course, thankfully science is not something you need to believe in. If we disagree or don't like the conclusions drawn we are all welcome to collect ice cores and temperature readings so that we may draw our own conclusions.
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Moved to Society.

And yes I do. It's very real.
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I am not convinced
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Yes. There is very strong and long established scientific evidence for it, and there is zero scientific controversy about its existence.
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Interesting. Because the data presented below completely contradicts the image you posted, which I am not convinced is from New Scientist BTW.
https://www.newscientist.com/article...s-poles-green/
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Yes. There is very strong and long established scientific evidence for it, and there is zero scientific controversy about its existence.
It is a very sad time for science.
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yes because there is clear scientific evidence to prove it
You seem to have forgotten about Climategate.
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I am not convinced
Why not?
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Why not?
I am not just, I am one of the ones who really think it is simply the earth that goes through a warming and cooling stage.
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I am not just, I am one of the ones who really think it is simply the earth that goes through a warming and cooling stage.
Fair enough.
Does that mean you dont believe the various emissions have any effect on climate or just negligible in the grand scheme?
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Fair enough.
Does that mean you dont believe the various emissions have any effect on climate or just negligible in the grand scheme?
The only thing that really gets me is what about the old coal fires back in the like 50s and 60s that was pumping all sorts of crap into the atmosphere.
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What a stupid question to ask as an opinion question, this is a question of fact not opinion, we must follow the scientific evidence.
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What a stupid question to ask as an opinion question, this is a question of fact not opinion, we must follow the scientific evidence.
How the hec do you get scientific evidence when the opportunity for scientific fraud is there?

I presume you regard grainy images on TV as scientific proof of the manned moon landings.
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How the hec do you get scientific evidence when the opportunity for scientific fraud is there?

I presume you regard grainy images on TV as scientific proof of the manned moon landings.
You look at the scientific studies that have been conducted then you look whether they have been independently peer reviewed, if they have then the phenomena is most probably real with an statistical insignificant possibility that it is a result of random chance acting alone.
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You look at the scientific studies that have been conducted then you look whether they have been independently peer reviewed, if they have then the phenomena is most probably real with an statistical insignificant possibility that it is a result of random chance acting alone.
Why don't you look at the faked data produced by the global warming scientists at East Anglia University in 'Climategate'? It was exposed because their emails were intercepted.
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If you think the 'combustion' (EXPLODING THOUSANDS OF TIMES PER MINUTE) engine isn't polluting the planet, my name must be Fred. However, I have no regrets driving for pleasure
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Why don't you look at the faked data produced by the global warming scientists at East Anglia University in 'Climategate'? It was exposed because their emails were intercepted.
OK if it is faked then we can't trust the study doesn't mean we can't trust all the other studies.

What is your point that we can't trust science to show us the truth? I am not making a positive claim about the existence of climate change. Merely that this question is about science and so should be left to scientists to determine.
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