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Why Do So Many People Deny the Climate Change Theory?

Do you trust the science behind the Climate Change Debate?

At this point most Climate Change believers will attack the use of the word “debate”, and say “There is NO DEBATE, the world is heating up and man is responsible.” Any more words or questions will be met with “He is just a denier!” or “I only believe in Science, or “are you a Climate Scientologist?” as though they expect their listener to just say “Oh, ok, that’s right, all debate is over and how dare I question the Scientists.” As though being a scientist disqualifies them from having a vested interest in closing all debate about Climate Change for economic and political gain.

That is not debate nor dialogue.

The Climate Change denier does not want to destroy the Earth, even though there are some people who believe they do, by just being skeptical of their science. Why can’t Climate Change deniers love the environment and want to protect it for future generations? They do. They just don’t buy the doom & gloom narrative from the Climate Change denier deniers. It may be (more…)

Electronic Recycling Programs; The Next Looming Boondoggle?

Piles of e-waste

Image Credit: Ken Christensen KCTS9/Earthfix

Do these new Electronic Recycling programs seem like a waste of time and energy? We as Americans buy and use and discard more electronic devices than any other country. Our local governments are trying to come up with some kind of solution to this problem that is not only plaguing our country, but the world as a whole. (more…)

Ethanol Bad for Environment

Filed under: Business,Energy — Tags: , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 8:35 am 2008 February 8

Crops consume carbon dioxide when they grow but add it when they’re burned, so it balances itself right? Corn Ethanol and Soybean diesel sound like a good option but there’s a sinister downside to the use of bio-fuels. It’s twice as bad as burning gasoline in terms of greenhouse gasses and global warming.

Princeton Universities Tim Searchinger finds there are other effects from the use of bio-fuels “The simplest explanation is that when we divert our corn or soybeans to fuel, if people around the world are going to continue to (more…)