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Although we all do care about meaningful and truthful conservation efforts it is sometimes lost on many followers of this goal what is truthful and what is myth. “Climate Change” is a natural and normally occurring phenomena that man has no part in. This is known fact. it is also known fact that there are those in government and other entities that are attempting to use any and all means to destroy our free market system and liberty itself. This does not serve any of us well except those who intend to profit form our demise. Please do not support false science and false claims especially about “climate change”. After a careful and deliberate study for the science behind the claims of “man-made climate change” you will find that what I say is the truth.
I resigned from TU over it’s succumbing to the global warming hoax. Wasted time, money and effort. Not mine though.
Claiming global warming is a natural trend exclusive of the effect of green house gasses aided by human activity, is naive at best and perhaps an attempt to absolve our collective human and or personal human responsibility for the global warming trend of our planet. Daily, we humans consume energy in one form or another. We all are responsible for accelerating global warming due to the fossil fuels used to produce energy. It’s time for all of us to do all we can to hasten the promotion of green sustainable energy, and to demand our political leaders do the same. Resigning from TU due to TU’s leadership to promote greener energy, is selfish and perhaps a cowardly act. We all are capable of this denial. Its time to optimistically rejoin and support Tu in this effort.
I agree that greenhouse gasses are natural. Were it not for them this planet would be far too cold to inhabit. However humans have added billions of tons of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere since the beginning of the industrial revolution and these gasses are now beginning to have a major effect on the climate. I believe it is vital we do everything we can to scale back our use of fossil fuels. There is another, more practical reason to use less fossil fuels and that is these fuels, especially oil, are becoming increasingly difficult and expensive to get. In these bad economic times it only makes sense to scale back our use of them.
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