Prevent Global Warming

by Brittany Jean Baptiste
(New Jersey)

This is meh in cartoon form

This is meh in cartoon form

This thing right here is strictly .....crazy. I am scared but I don't want to show it.. At first I thought global warming was fake but then as I researched it I found out that is was more real than I first thought. Global warming is not that far away. This is the time where we should try to prevent it from striking before it is too late.... wait... maybe it is to late nobody knows......

Barry's Response - Well Thank you Brittany. Very cute!

As for global warming, wome researchers say it's too late to change anything and we're on a collision course. There are some scientists who think any warming we've seen is nothing unusual, based on a different set of evidence.

We have a chance to do something meaningful about this "problem", and it is our responsibility to do so, according to the most vocal group of the last couple decades. It's undesirable, we caused it, and we can change it back to the proper (i.e., prevailing) conditions. Financial support and media attention seem to have gone to this school of thought.

Others say it's nothing to be concerned about. They go on and say the trend shall end soon and things shall return to "normal" whatever that may be. See the web page on the main Cause of Global Warming for more details.

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I am grateful for your willingness to explore and research the topic of global warming.

Approach these discussions with an open mind and a commitment to understanding the evidence. When forming conclusions, you need to rely on broad scientific examination and rigorous analysis.

It's important to avoid alarmism and jumping to conclusions. Many factors influence climate change, and its future impacts are still being researched and analyzed. Yes, we should take precautions to mitigate potential risks and promote responsible environmental stewardship. It's also important to keep a balanced perspective and think about potential trade-offs.

Climate change requires careful analysis of available data, consideration of economic implications, and practical and sustainable solutions. Engage in informed discussions and foster a constructive dialogue that weighs the costs and benefits.

It's a good idea to focus on advancing scientific understanding, encouraging innovation, and fostering cooperation instead of succumbing to fear and resignation. If we work together, we can find effective solutions that preserve our environment and future generations' well-being.

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