Filed under: IPCC
IPCC has issued their report on climate change, but if you ask us, they just said the same old things, as expected. But I don’t think this satisfied most of the scientists, which have gont through the car-emissions-are-to-blame-for-the-global-warming theory already.
I guess the IPCC should define the term climate and discuss the factors that influence the climate. They should start the debate with the oceans and the sun, as they have been too close to the eyes of the IPCC members and were not observed.
You can find the report here. Enjoy and come back for discussions!
Filed under: Questions
I was reading on the Internet about all the initiatives of driving less, using bikes, walking more, etc. Also, about using less electricity, changing the light bulbs, powering off the PCs ad all. All that being said by people while using their computers, after coming to work by car!
Anyway, let’s say we stop using cars and we use less electricity. Do you think we could produce some sort of global cooling?
Take the past century for example: did those people use cars or have PCs? Why did they have global coolings or global warmings? It seems like the naval war thesis shows some real expinations by now.