If the 6.6 billion people on the earth change a few daily habits, we may be able to slow the effects of global warming and ensure that the life of our fossil fuels is extended....
As the Old World’s civilizations continually , Europe's peoples that contained the first stirrings of a scientific approach. Europeans from that ancient period, , and achieved the technological feat of turning the . Europeans thereby began conquering the world. During that conquest, one imperial contender after its . England soon industrialized by using coal and initiated humanity’s . England quickly became , riding on the power of coal. As Europeans conquered Earth, elites, , could begin thinking in global terms for the first time, and a global power structure began developing. As , that power structure is very real, but almost nobody on Earth has a balanced and mature perspective regarding it, as people either , seeing it as the root of our problems when it is really only a side-effect of humanity’s current stage of political-economic evolution, which has always been .
Essays on climate change and its impacts on plant distributi
We know a great deal about atmospheric physics, and from the onset, many of the claims were just plain fishy. The extreme haste with which seemingly the entire world immediately accepted the idea of Anthropogenic ( man-made ) Global Warming made us more than a little bit suspicious that no one had really taken a close look at the science. We also knew that the catch-all activity today known as "Climate Science" was in its infancy, and that atmospheric modeling did not and still does not exist which can predict changes in the weather or climate more than about a day or two in advance.