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12 hours ago.
by Kendall78
harryanderson
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Thankfully, the anti-science propaganda campaign surrounding man-made climate change seems to have lost some of its effect.

Are you seeing storm clouds on the horizon? Two recent studies suggest that the latest anti-science campaign is following its forerunners--the propaganda campaigns attempting to refute science that tobacco causes cancer, that CFC's caused the hole in the ozone layer, and so on—into oblivion. Global warming denial seems to have climbed to a peak in 2010, and global warming acceptance is now climbing. This bodes well for rational public policy.

 
 

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mythravere

Oh one more thing. For me to take up belief in any religion to me it feels like I would have to then deny that the beliefs of others are not true so to speak.

Being that way makes me uncomfortable.

I don't like shutting people out like that.

To me its another point of division.

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

Now Ithink let me say this. Faith works for you. You don't it seems have a need nor want to question things. I understand and respect that.

Questioning things is a part of who I am. Questioning things is what lead me to be who I am today. If I can't answer a question then I suspend any kind of belief toward the thing I am questioning.

Another aspect of who I am is that I really have no personal need for there to be a God. Because that leads into another aspect of my personality. I am very comfortable with not knowing. If you know what I mean.

Posted 216 days ago.

Conclusive evidence of God? That's why it is called faith, myth.

But I see it when I see the heavens and the earth, and a mother's love.

Posted 216 days ago.

harryanderson

“Global warming denial hits a six year high.”

I’m sure that’s comforting for people like you, Tiredofit, since you wrote, “it’s a political agenda, not a scientific discussion.”

And it’s true that the counter climate change movement is currently winning the political debate in the US, even as they continue to badly lose the scientific debate.

Still, since just 3% of voters 18 to 34 believe climate change isn’t happening, the political consensus will, in time, follow the scientific consensus, as it did with the link between smoking and cancer, the ozone hole, and other scientific findings that have been politicized.

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

Well we can start a new forum topic when the time is good for you. Enjoy your luncheon.

Posted 216 days ago.

luvthesouth

mythravere, it appears as if you have put quite a bit of thought into the subject. that is a good thing. i would love to have this discussion with you...but two things...1) the others posting on this topic may not appreciate the deviation and 2) i have burgers on the grill for a luncheon we are having in a couple of hours.

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

Well I'll be, the people who derive a living from fear found something to be skeered of? Say it so.t so.

Posted 216 days ago.

harryanderson

As Tiredofit notes, the US has spent quite a bit of money on climate studies.

Thanks for pointing this out, Tiredofit. And the overwhelming conclusions, according to the Weekly Standard, have been:

“The burning of oil, gas, and especially coal pumps carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere, where they allow the sun’s heat to penetrate to the Earth’s surface but impede its escape, thus causing the lower atmosphere and the Earth’s surface to warm. Essentially everybody, (including the skeptics’ darling, Richard) Lindzen included, agrees.”

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

When I start thing of the existence of a creator I look at the details of our existence.

The complexity of it all fills me with wonder. Then I look at what is said about god and his will. Some of those things in light of what he created seems awfully petty...born more from the petty mind of man than from something that brings into existence what we see around us.

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

But how much of that knowledge of God is divine in nature..you know God being the source. And how much is it is born from the mind of man? Like trying to put the pieces of a puzzle together...but in a sense instead of putting those pieces together to see what the picture is you arrange those pieces to show the picture you want to see.

How much of what we know of god is just what man wants god to be like.

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

Luvthesouth contrary to what my posts may "sound" like I am not closed off to the idea that there is/could be a creator.

What hangs me up is mans role in determining what and where the creator is.

You see for me I look at where and what time this information of the almighty came into being. The vast majority of it came into being in times that were filled with ignorance of the world and universe. At least for some religions. Not all. The Maya and others like the Egyptians are exceptions in the scientific sense. Their astronomical knowledge is astounding. Engineering also.

Posted 216 days ago.

luvthesouth

found on the amazingfacts dot org website. enjoy your day.

Posted 216 days ago.

luvthesouth

mythravere...perhaps there is not any evidence you will accept. there is a first-hand account and testimony contained within the new testament to assure us that there is indeed a God that created the known world. it really should not surprise anyone that all of the creatures as well as mankind have common "ingredients". the thing that seems to set mankind apart from the other creatures is the soul and higher reasoning ability. many seem eager to accept the interpretation of the past and current physical state of being by scientists and the musings of philosophers in which to strip away any credit to a creator. many would rather place their faith in blind chance rather than divinely created design. it is wonderful to have a choice in our beliefs....that is the way God designed it...that is...from the Christian God point of view. enjoy and find comfort in your personal choice.....i have. for further insight and interesting reading, take a few moment and visit the free library

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

And I will post when and where I like Mythy boy , even if the Short bus climatologist doesn't like it, in fact, even more if you don't like it.

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

You have no right to comment on religion, you are a atheist global warmer, the PEER reviewed experts of the church will tell you what is true and what is not.

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

Global-Warming Denial Hits a 6-Year High

Mother Jones

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

Care to shoot holes in those previous posts I made? Of course not. That would require you using your grey matter.

Sorry sport but you aint going to trap me in an asinine argument about pointless drivel like you did Harry.

Either start putting down the facts about why the science is wrong or stop posting on this topic.

And oh of course I know you say whatever you want...but the more you talk the more you are cementing the fact that you are beaten on this issue.

Posted 216 days ago.

mythravere

Last time I checked there has been no conclusive evidence that the Christian god even exists.

If the preachers have some proof to back their claims up...well then that might make a believer out of me.

Its just so silly to me to even consider for one second that given the breadth of existence that we are the center of it.

I'm sure a civilization of people isolated say on an Island would think they are only ones on too given how big the world around them would feel.

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

Is Global Warming a Hoax? By Jack Kelly - April 10, 2013 A quote from the article.

Between 1993 and 2012, the U.S. government spent between $140 billion and $150 billion on "climate change" studies, according to the Government Accountability Office and the Congressional Research Service.

This loot didn't go to skeptics. Mr. Marcott et. al. weren't the first to massage data to keep the grant money coming. But what's been spent on studies of dubious merit is a pittance compared to subsidies, tax credits and mandates for "alternative" energy -- $90 billion in President Barack Obama's 2009 stimulus bill alone.

Posted 216 days ago.

Tiredofit

97 percent of preachers who are actively giving sermons and reading the bible say God is real, there you have it, the experts in the field all agree Myth, you are going to he77

Posted 216 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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