Supposedly, there is no problem, and because some scientists don't agree with the theory,(any publicity is good) we shouldn't do anything.Riiiiiight.........
Here is the link,http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/a_rational_approach_to_the_global_warming_issue.html
The saddest part is that Gore, Lovelock and the rest see climate change as an environmental threat. In reality it's much more than that, it's a security threat. The Pentagon and the British Ministry of Defence have studied what's happening and concluded that we're in for climate wars, wars that could involve major nuclear powers. Just today the Kremlin added its voice predicting that Russia will have to fight 'resource' wars to secure its energy interests and to defend both water and food production. Two of the countries most at risk are China and India due to the rapid disappearance of the Himalayan glaciers (Gore pointed to this). Both of them are now engaged in a massive rearmament effort that even includes development of indigenous nuclear missile submarines.If you want an idea of what's coming, within the next two decades, listen to Gwynne Dyer's 3-part series "Climate Wars" which is available at CBC Radio's web site. Go to "Ideas" and you'll find the listings.This isn't Doom & Gloom, woe is me moaning. It's happening now and it's no secret. I think implicit in the Kremlin's statement today is recognition that Russia may have to defend Siberia against China which has never relinquished its claim to that territory.Meanwhile what passes for leadership in our country still push the fairy tale that Islamist extremism is the great threat to our way of life. Why do so many people so badly want to get appointed leader when so few of them really want to lead?
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