• Should the USA get rid of the EPA?

    28 answers · Climate Change · 23 hours ago
  • Why doesn't the IPCC consider Galactic Cosmic Rays, along with the Sun a major driver of the Earth's Climate?

    Why doesn't the IPCC consider Galactic Cosmic Rays, along with the Sun a major driver of the Earth's Climate?

    Through experimentation Henrik Svensmark and the Cloud experiments in CERN have proven Galactic Cosmic Rays have a major influence on the Earth's Climate. When the Sun's activity level is high, the Earth's magnetosphere strength increases prohibiting Galactic Cosmic Rays from penetrating the... show more
    Through experimentation Henrik Svensmark and the Cloud experiments in CERN have proven Galactic Cosmic Rays have a major influence on the Earth's Climate. When the Sun's activity level is high, the Earth's magnetosphere strength increases prohibiting Galactic Cosmic Rays from penetrating the Earth's atmosphere, resulting is less clouds and warming the Planet. When the Sun's activity level decreases, the opposite occurs. The Earth's magnetosphere or shields decrease in strength allowing more Galactic Cosmic Rays to penetrate the Earth's atmosphere creating more clouds, resulting in a cooling effect for the Planet.
    17 answers · Climate Change · 2 days ago
  • The Arctic is melting, what can we do to save the planet?

    I'm afraid Trump will destroy the Earth and kill all animal life except his own family.
    I'm afraid Trump will destroy the Earth and kill all animal life except his own family.
    15 answers · Climate Change · 1 day ago
  • Liberals...when will you prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that human CO2 emissions are causing global warming?

    Where are the controlled experiments proving that this is the case?
    Where are the controlled experiments proving that this is the case?
    15 answers · Climate Change · 1 day ago
  • Who started Global Warming ?

    22 answers · Climate Change · 3 days ago
  • What about "Global Warming" / "Climate Change" ?

    Best answer: I just can't believe it! The earth's climate is changing; plain unbelievable!
    Best answer: I just can't believe it! The earth's climate is changing; plain unbelievable!
    21 answers · Climate Change · 3 days ago
  • What do think about EPA chief Scott Pruitt's idea of having a Climate debate on TV?

    What do think about EPA chief Scott Pruitt's idea of having a Climate debate on TV?

    Best answer: I think it is a great idea. The only trouble is that they cannot find anyone qualified who can advocate Catastrophic Anthropogenic Climate Change. Those 97% advocates are going to be hard to find. They all know that there is no CAGW and that it is a scam. But in 2009, as the thermometer hit record lows in... show more
    Best answer: I think it is a great idea. The only trouble is that they cannot find anyone qualified who can advocate Catastrophic Anthropogenic Climate Change. Those 97% advocates are going to be hard to find. They all know that there is no CAGW and that it is a scam.

    But in 2009, as the thermometer hit record lows in America, he and other climate scientists panicked in a flurry of emails: “Skeptics will be all over us – the world is really cooling, the models are no good.”

    Read more: http://joemiller.us/2012/08/busted-leake...

    Real scientists and fake scientists know what is really happening. No one who is honest will want to embarrass himself in front of a big audience.
    16 answers · Climate Change · 2 days ago
  • If the sun is billions of degrees how come the temperature outside is only 80 degrees?

    Best answer: I wish it were only 80. It's pushing the mid 90's where I live!
    Best answer: I wish it were only 80. It's pushing the mid 90's where I live!
    44 answers · Climate Change · 5 days ago
  • Is Ice Core Evidence More Reliable Than Heavily Adjusted Instrumental Record?

    Is Ice Core Evidence More Reliable Than Heavily Adjusted Instrumental Record?

    Earlier this year, an intriguing paper published by Steiger et al. (2017) contrasted the instrumental temperature record (which showed dramatic recent warming) with the global-scale temperature record as revealed by “real proxy” evidence from ice cores. The reconstructions using proxy evidence showed a global... show more
    Earlier this year, an intriguing paper published by Steiger et al. (2017) contrasted the instrumental temperature record (which showed dramatic recent warming) with the global-scale temperature record as revealed by “real proxy” evidence from ice cores. The reconstructions using proxy evidence showed a global warming trend during the first half of the 20th century, and then no significant net warming thereafter.
    10 answers · Climate Change · 3 days ago
  • Is the weather beautiful where you live?

    Best answer: Always sunny here in GOA, INDIA
    Best answer: Always sunny here in GOA, INDIA
    11 answers · Other - Environment · 2 days ago
  • What is Europe's solution to Global Warming? Other than punish the USA?

    Best answer: Firstly, no one is talking about 'punishing' the US. The view in Europe is that we need to reduce our CO2 emissions. Doing that will incur a cost in the short-term, but those costs will be offset in the longer-term. The view in Europe is simply that if we are incurring a cost in order to deal with global... show more
    Best answer: Firstly, no one is talking about 'punishing' the US.

    The view in Europe is that we need to reduce our CO2 emissions. Doing that will incur a cost in the short-term, but those costs will be offset in the longer-term. The view in Europe is simply that if we are incurring a cost in order to deal with global warming, and the US is not, then we may need to impose tariffs on US goods to equalize that cost. But we haven't gotten to that point yet because Trump will not be in power forever.

    In terms of our solution, we don't have a solution to global warming. It requires a global solution. All we can do is our bit in terms of reducing our CO2 emissions in keeping with targets.

    Does Europe rely on the US? Yes, of course we do. But Americans can't suddenly whinge about their role in the world and Europe's reliance on them when it was US policy decisions after WWII that defined that role for the US. You can't spend decade after decade 'projecting power' then turn around and try to wash your hands of the responsibilities you defined and created for yourselves. It's sort of like writing your own roles and responsibilities for a job, then complaining when you have to do the things you wrote down ...
    14 answers · Climate Change · 3 days ago
  • Is this Research the “last nail” in the Coffin to invalidate the EPA’s GHG/CO2 Endangerment Finding?

    Is this Research the “last nail” in the Coffin to invalidate the EPA’s GHG/CO2 Endangerment Finding?

    On the Validity of NOAA, NASA and Hadley CRU Global Average Surface Temperature Data & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding https://thsresearch.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/ef-gast-data-research-report-062717.pdf The conclusive findings of this research are that the three GAST data sets are not a... show more
    On the Validity of NOAA, NASA and Hadley CRU Global Average Surface Temperature Data & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding https://thsresearch.files.wordpress.com/... The conclusive findings of this research are that the three GAST data sets are not a valid representation of reality. In fact, the magnitude of their historical data adjustments, that removed their cyclical temperature patterns, are totally inconsistent with published and credible U.S. and other temperature data. Thus, it is impossible to conclude from the three published GAST data sets that recent years have been the warmest ever –despite current claims of record setting warming. Finally, since GAST data set validity is a necessary condition for EPA’s GHG/CO2 Endangerment Finding, it too is invalidated by these research findings.
    7 answers · Climate Change · 4 hours ago
  • CNN links decreased Sperm Count among Western Men to Global Warming, what say you?

    Best answer: No decrease in men from Africa, South America, and Asia does that sound like climate?
    Western men because all the sh!t in their foods (hormones and chemicals) and estrogen from women on the pill can go from their urine to our water sources causing mutations in fish and amphibians.
    Best answer: No decrease in men from Africa, South America, and Asia does that sound like climate?
    Western men because all the sh!t in their foods (hormones and chemicals) and estrogen from women on the pill can go from their urine to our water sources causing mutations in fish and amphibians.
    7 answers · Climate Change · 19 hours ago
  • Is coal demand falling?

    Best answer: Yes and it will continue to fall in the long term. The EIA projects that trends in coal production in the US could range from flat to continuing declines through 2040. Electric power generation accounts for more than 92% of US coal demand, and domestic coal production has declined significantly over the past... show more
    Best answer: Yes and it will continue to fall in the long term.

    The EIA projects that trends in coal production in the US could range from flat to continuing declines through 2040. Electric power generation accounts for more than 92% of US coal demand, and domestic coal production has declined significantly over the past decade as coal has been displaced by natural gas and renewables in electric generation.

    Despites Trump's blustering about reviving coal jobs, according to the MSAH, US coal production went down again in Q2 2017. (The largest recent rise in US coal production was in Q3 2016.)
    10 answers · Climate Change · 2 days ago
  • Climate change
Is coal dead?

    Climate change Is coal dead?

    Best answer: A report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration reveals that coal exports have increased by 58% in 2017, with half of the coal imported by Europe.
    Best answer: A report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration reveals that coal exports have increased by 58% in 2017, with half of the coal imported by Europe.
    10 answers · Climate Change · 2 days ago