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Is climate change such a big issue?

Polar bear numbers at an all time high, which shows that theyre not dieing off.

The Ice is not reducing either, its just growing at a slightly slower rate too.

So is climate change a problem we need to solve right now as there is no evidence to show it will cause an noticable effect; or should we solve worser problems?
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(Original post by jbrdodd)
Is climate change such a big issue?
Yes.
Polar bear numbers at an all time high, which shows that theyre not dieing off.
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The Ice is not reducing either, its just growing at a slightly slower rate too.
I suggest you look at some satellite photos.

So is climate change a problem we need to solve right now as there is no evidence to show it will cause an noticable effect;
You're wrong.
or should we solve worser problems?
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What climate change?
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Moved to news and current affairs
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Animals have been dying for thousand years. Climate has changed several times in the past.
The humanity is a part of nature. Even if they influence the Earth they have all the rights to do that.
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Yes.

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I suggest you look at some satellite photos.


You're wrong.

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*Again with the propaganda*. That polar bear is molting, it happens once a year over a period of a few weeks.
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Animals have been dying for thousand years. Climate has changed several times in the past.
The humanity is a part of nature. Even if they influence the Earth they have all the rights to do that.
I agree with your first three sentences, and there is no definitie article in front of "humanity," but we don't necessarily have "rights" regarding the planet and we may choose to not influence the earth in certain ways if we think it's bad for the animals and environemnt, it's called being caring
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I agree with your first three sentences, and there is no definitie article in front of "humanity," but we don't necessarily have "rights" regarding the planet and we may choose to not influence the earth in certain ways if we think it's bad for the animals and environemnt, it's called being caring
What rights did meteorite have to that allowed him to fall on the planet?
We have a choice but it does not mean we should do or not - it is a choice. You know we have a choice to fight, we have a choice not to work and so on.
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*Again with the propaganda*. That polar bear is molting, it happens once a year over a period of a few weeks.
"B...but it looks so SAD, I'm CLEARLY right, even though I've provided no evidence whatsoever"
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"B...but it looks so SAD, I'm CLEARLY right, even though I've provided no evidence whatsoever"
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"B...but it looks so SAD, I'm CLEARLY right, even though I've provided no evidence whatsoever"
There is less ice than there used to be, because it is is melting. That's a scientific fact.
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Oh dear.
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(Original post by jbrdodd)
Is climate change such a big issue?

Polar bear numbers at an all time high, which shows that theyre not dieing off.

The Ice is not reducing either, its just growing at a slightly slower rate too.

So is climate change a problem we need to solve right now as there is no evidence to show it will cause an noticable effect; or should we solve worser problems?
Is it true that humans are responsible for man-made global warming?
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Think it's definitly worth worrying about
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There is less ice than there used to be, because it is is melting. That's a scientific fact.
Not actually a scientific fact?

https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard...record-maximum
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NASA Global Climate Change Evidence: https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/
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(Original post by jbrdodd)
Not actually a scientific fact?

https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard...record-maximum
In one sea, but the overall global level has declined.
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Moved to news and current affairs
I'm afraid i'm going to have to move it back as this is doesnt belong in news either really.

(Original post by Drummond)
*Again with the propaganda*. That polar bear is molting, it happens once a year over a period of a few weeks.
Oh what a load of rubbish.
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Yes it is real
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I'm afraid i'm going to have to move it back as this is doesnt belong in news either really.


Oh what a load of rubbish.
It doesn't belong in chat either
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