Reasons for climate skepticism

Posted7/4/2020 1:00 AM

Kudos to Jim Norris for calling to our attention the opinion of Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore that "Carbon dioxide is vital for life on Earth and plants would like more of it ..." This well-respected ecologist bases part of his conclusion on his consideration covering the past 150 million years of reviewing carbon dioxide levels. This is a point that I continue to make in my climate change skepticism: What about Mother Nature and the eminent ending of the last of many Ice Ages?

Once change proponents can give a reasonable number as to the global warming which may or may not be occurring over a very minimum number of recent years caused by mankind, we can see if we should have remained in the Paris Accord.


I for one believe that we did the right thing in removing ourselves from an agreement that excluded India and more strikingly, China, from taking any action for years yet. And, when they take action if ever, can we trust them in their reporting?

Meanwhile, we have much bigger fish to fry with our focus and dollars.

W. Brand Bobosky


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