Here’s another issue

that I raised on my old blog, and appears to be relevant these days. I previously asked several times why it mattered that global warming (which almost certainly exists) should be anthropogenic (almost certainly total nonsense). In a recent post on my old blog, I asked if it was OK that I assumed that global warming is not anthropogenic, since I never got a reply to my original question.

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One Response to Here’s another issue

  1. Eric says:

    We can’t stop all harmful things put in the atmosphere (IE volcanic ash) but we can take efforts to reduce global warming if it is even slightly anthropogenic.

    We are releasing carbon dioxide. This is a fact. It is only debatable how much of the total we are releasing. Carbon dioxide makes Venus hotter than Mercury. The fear is that Earth would heat up if carbon dioxide was produced faster than trees could photosynthesize it.

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