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Are we really killing the planet?

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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
i was just watching the save the planet concert and it got me thinking are we really as bad as were told we are??

I have heard all the bad press but i have also heard reports from scientists that say its bull and the Earth runs on cycles and thats whats causing the wierd climate??

I believe there was a mini ice age a mere 10,000 years ago so i dont know if it us causing this crap or not??

P.S did anyone just see Chris Rock talking with Ricky Gervais and he said that the weather was that hot that white ppl are gonna start calling each other ******s soon!!!

Nearly pissed myself laughing, dont think he knew that we have a watershed over here!!! :giggle:
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
No we are not its killing itself I mean come on a save the planet concert what about that noise pollution? :whistling:
#2
There are 2 sides to every story, but alas it is seen as uber cool to be 'green' now!

Personally, I don't think we are having that much if an impact, and most of the things happening are natural! I mean, do any of these people remember the Ice Age?? The planet and has been heating up and cooling down for millions of years!

DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE!!!!!
#3
Cows and volcanos are the biggest polluters, untill they start to cut back there's not much we can do.
#4
J.Dance
No we are not its killing itself I mean come on a save the planet concert what about that noise pollution? :whistling:



:giggle: init
#5
dave smith
Cows and volcanos are the biggest polluters, untill they start to cut back there's not much we can do.



Thats right - blame the cows - they cant defend themselves:giggle:
#6
Becksdawe
Thats right - blame the cows - they cant defend themselves:giggle:



No they just get mooooooooooody with you :oops:
#7
Becksdawe
Thats right - blame the cows - they cant defend themselves:giggle:


[SIZE="4"]They have certain 'defence mechanisms'.......[/SIZE]
http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/4341/untitledcowdm1.png
#8
But the chickens are hitting back

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b75/jadedragonfly75/All%20the%20Small%20Things/Pinto_Armado.jpg
#9
I've actually reduced my C02 emmissions by breathing out less often and not cutting the grass.
#10
pavilion
i was just watching the save the planet concert and it got me thinking are we really as bad as were told we are??


The beemer is bit of a fuel burner!!!! :giggle:
#11
yup close this site down because all those goods that get delivered by vans lol
#12
dave smith
Cows and volcanos are the biggest polluters, untill they start to cut back there's not much we can do.


Maybe we need to feed cows actimel?


http://blog.brian-fitzgerald.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/07/how-many-dead-polar-bears.jpg
#13
Gaia
http://blog.brian-fitzgerald.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/07/how-many-dead-polar-bears.jpg



Clearly none but how many ALIVE polar bears does it take to change a lightbulb NONE they don't have hands and its very hard to do with paws. :roll:
#14
I might start a new movement - called F**k the Planet.

Upon joining, everyone will get a free 4x4 and Patio Heater.......!
#15
Not entirely convinced by human contribution to global warming, but have to agree recycling is a good idea as it's just plain stupid building mounds of rubbish.
[mod]#16
Yep..............Recycling is good.

But as for global warming...........it's the earths natural cycle i think.
#17
The planet has been heating up and cooling down for millions of years. There is a lot of money to be made and so many jobs rely on the myth that humans increase global warming through carbon emissions.

It is so hypocritical for hundreds of pop-stars who jet around the world every year on tours, and whose shows use enough electricty to power a small town for a year, to come out saying "save the planet" and "reduce emissions". F*** you! Sort yourselves out first before you come preaching to me!

And its not us they should be trying to persuade, its industry in places like India and China that are the worst carbon emmitters.

But like I said, its just the natural cycle of the planet.
#18
I think recycling and conserving energy is a bit of a no brainer even if you don't agree that we are having an effect on the climate.

Don't know which side I agree with when it comes to population or natural cycle, my worry is that if enough people jump on the natural cycle bandwagon then if it is the populations fault will they ever listen again?

I'd like to know what all the 'natural cycle' voters would have to see/hear to make them change their minds as the 'experts' are telling us it's our fault and very few people seem to be listening.

BTW, I thought the concert was absolutely fantastic with a great mix of bands all of which seemed to get the crowd going. Wish I'd gone now.
#19
greg_68

I'd like to know what all the 'natural cycle' voters would have to see/hear to make them change their minds as the 'experts' are telling us it's our fault and very few people seem to be listening.


That is the thing though. Not all the experts are telling us this.

You cant just think that as they are an expert, what they say must be correct. That is a bit naive. What makes them an expert? Who gave them the title of 'expert'? A lot of these people who claim to be experts are paid by people who have a vested interest in keeping the issue of carbon emissions/global warming on the front pages. People like government, government organisations, environmental agencies and groups etc actually pay these people to say things.

I think you would find that the number independent specialists ont he subject, who think this theory is a myth, far outweighs those who think it is a human effect. The thing is, the views of these scientists are not given nearly as much coverage as the ones that are on the payroll of these influencial organisations.
#20
My 2 cents:
Environment saving initiatives = Stealth taxation in the UK.

Global warming maybe occuring, but I do not personally believe that the UK make a 'significant' impact on this.

Shimagoza

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