Are you doing anything about climate change?

In today's news, the UN reported that last year was the fourth warmest on record. We would like to hear what our Cafestudy members are doing to help slow down climate change. Have you changed your habits recently? Or maybe you are meaning to but haven't got round to it yet? Please let us know!

Last reply: 20th Apr 2019 / 75 replies / Post by Cafestudy Admin



Posted by: KennethS
Posted on: 12th Feb 2019

KennethS says: The earths Climate has been going through cycles for millions of years, it has been significantly hotter in the past, just as it has been much colder, for example during the various ice ages.

The question about man made climate change is not proven, it is a hypothesis for which no unquestionable compelling proof has been found to move the hypothesis from theory to fact.
Various volcanic activity throughout the world throws more crap into the atmosphere than mankind does.
Nevertheless, mankind has nothing to gain and a lot to lose by continuing to pour pollutants into the atmosphere, be they fluorides that interfere with the ozone layer, or Oxides of nitrogen and sulphur that cause resperatory problems and also acid rain.

By far the greatest pollutant that mankind is inflicting on the world is grossly excessive human reproduction, and if there is man made pollution then it is proportional to the total human population.
The tragedy of excessive human reproduction is that those peoples whose reproduction rates are the highest are least capable of supporting their offspring, and least capable of educating their offspring so that their burgeoning numbers are all detriment and no benefit to humankind, ensuring millions more suffering from famine, disease and living in abject poverty. The problem will not go away, it will only continue to get worse, and politically correct thinking on such issues only makes the problem worse, Ignoring the problem, kicking the can down the street will only ensur that when the problem finally boils over the outcome will be the worst imaginable.
It is amazing that in Africa, where extreme poverty is the most serious problem, that in the backward dictatorships the nations are awash with weapons such as the Kalashnikov AK47 which cost about $1000 each with rounds costing $1 a piece, money for weapons but not to support the needy.
When this problem does explode, it will become a struggle for the survival of modern civilisation.

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