One Hot Island
I have been doing research on how global warming works for weeks for this project and I've found that nobody knows for certain what is causing it.
People have arguments over which data is more reliable, what caused the temperature changes in the past, carbon dioxide following temperature changes, etc. But we don't know anything for sure!
People need to stop trying to discredit each other and come up with some solid evidence for us. Otherwise people are going to spend a lot of money and time on what is just now only a theory. wattsupwiththat.com is a really good site to check out.Barry's Response
- mmkay... Check it out. Looks like some interesting scientific articles that change every few days. I know people like to attack each other, if not over this, then something else. Katie, thanks for your comments.
The issue of climate change, like meteorology itself, is a complex multivariable system. Even the smallest change in one of several inputs can make a big difference. Somewhere down the road, there's the butterfly effect
. Or nothing at all.
Which? Well, it depends on which lever is hot at the moment. You can have a thousand different answers (superstitions, even) for the same question. Maybe one or more of them are right. Maybe they need to combine the right way.
You know, the stock market works kinda the same way.Search
this site for more information now.
Global warming causes and understanding subject to questioning.
Despite the fact that climate science is complex and subject to ongoing research and debate, it's important to approach it with a nuanced, evidence-based approach.
Scientists around the world have conducted a lot of research on climate change. Global warming is partly caused by human activities, and often the burning of fossil fuels is cited. Direct measurements of greenhouse gas concentrations, historical climate records, computer models, and observed impacts on Earth's systems have been used to support this consensus.
It's normal for scientific discussions to have disagreements and ongoing research to refine our understanding. It's important to distinguish between legitimate scientific debate and deliberate misinformation. Accurate information can be found in peer-reviewed scientific journals, authoritative scientific organizations, and consensus reports.
Even though Katie conducted some research, it remains important to critically evaluate sources. Probably a good idea to consult multiple scientific sources and seek consensus among experts rather than just wattsupwiththat.com - a popular climate skeptic blog that analyzes and critiques climate change science
, policies, and claims.
I also like Rebel News
, conservative Canadian media outlet known for its alternative perspectives, critical coverage of mainstream media, and focus on free speech and individual rights, and Babylon Bee
, a satirical news website that offers a comedic spin on trending topics with a right-leaning perspective on current events, politics, and culture.