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(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 13:56)
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Dear Climate Change Skeptics
I really hope you're right and that we're not due a totally fucked future, but just in case you're wrong, could you please attempt to lead a more environmentally aware lifestyle?

I'm only trying to save you from the impending embarassment you'll face when Kent turns to desert and the ice caps melt.

Love from

(, Tue 9 Mar 2010, 22:16, 7 replies)

Dear Climate Change Believers,

The Earth may be warming up, in part due to the actions of mankind, rather than just part of the earths natural cycle. But please appreciate that Politicians and Corporations are just using this as an excuse to rake in a shed load of money for their own benefit. They don't actually give a stuff about your kids or grandkids.
(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 7:52, closed)
See, I'm a skeptic
I'm one of those who thinks this is all just part of the earth's natural cycle, afterall massive climate is what has lead us to the way the earth looks now.

BUT... I recycle, try to be energy efficent and all that.
Not because some sandal wearing hippies tell me too, not because I feel it's my duty to 'Mother earth', or because I give a toss about the 'future generations'.

It's because it's actully easier and saves money. I'm green for completely selfish reasons.
(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 8:23, closed)
I don't have kids, nor am I going to.
Consequently, I couldn't give a toss about the planet.
(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 11:00, closed)
^ this

(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 12:46, closed)
just to help this argument
If ice caps melted, there would be no great flood.

Think about it.

The water has already been displaced. the water levels would then just remain the same. Try dropping an ice cube into a glass of water. Does the water level change when the ice cube melts??

(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 12:25, closed)
The antarctic ice cap isn't floating. It sits on top of rock. If it melts into the sea the sea level will rise. Same for many glaciers around the world.
(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 12:37, closed)
Dear climate change denialists
The universe, let alone the Earth, does not give a shit about your opinion. It does not give a shit about the fact that you are unable to grasp the concepts necessary. It does not give a shit that you don't like the idea. Climate change exists despite your utter failure to get it.

Also, you bloke-down-the-pub gobshites (yes Jeremy Clarkson I'm looking at you). Science is a fantastic, complex, wonderful business. Some great minds work on this field day in and day out. Therefore, whenever you think that you've disproved climate change by saying something like "Global warming doesn't exist, because it's snowing" or that you've proved that electric cars can't be more efficient than petrol cars by saying something like "All the nickel in those batteries has to come all the way from a mine in Canada", think again.

This may come as a massive surprise to you, but someone much cleverer than you has already thought of that and rather than just trusting that their gut feeling is the be all and end all they've actually gone away and done some maths and some real science to answer these questions. And once we look at these answers, guess what we find: you're still fucking wrong!
(, Wed 10 Mar 2010, 12:34, closed)

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