When you have scientists on both side of an issue who do we believe? I have read some reports on GW from both sides, and from what I have read I'm not convince that GW is real, but what if you don't have time to study an issue then what? As for Al Gore, his movie has been found to have many errors so why anyone would listen to him is a mystery to me.Freddy
All the focus on global warming has done one thing: make us aware of our surroundings. For that, I fault no one. Our age of super-consumerism needed a wake-up call. Personally, I am not a believer in the hype of GW. Neither do I buy the ice age theory hook, line & sinker. As someone who believes in the return of Christ at some point in the future, I believe there will, in fact, be a 'doomsday' of sorts. Judgment day. Who knows how that will play out. But for as long as we're here, we need to be good stewards of the planet God gave us. All the focus on GW has truly caused me to evaluate my own stewardship/consumerism issues.
I think there is some reality to GW and I will never put my stock into anything a scientist says. Their beliefs, for the most part, go against a God created universe. Does anyone know what our record high is for April 24? It is 96 degrees, set way back in 1925. GW wasn't even a thought. I do believe our pollution from cars a nd such do harm to the ozone. The earth will always go through cycles, it always has.
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