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Opinion by othfan4eva posted over a year ago
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I read an article in a magazine today about Global Warming, i found this very interesting and thought i'd share it with you all.
This article is by Richard Kilgarriff and Julian Knight who are the founders of Coolaworld.

Dear Reader,
Imagine visiting a house full of children. You turn up, eat all their food, drink all their water, light a fire, close all the windows and leave, locking the door behind you. Unthinkable?
Thats what we are doing to our kids if we leave a legacy of irreversible global warming.

Today, we all face a long journey that no other generation or society has faced before.Along the way we mustdo whatever we can to recycle, reuse and respect our natural resources.If we go it alone, we will soon realise that we are going nowhere fast.If we go together, we will become part of the solution to global warming.

Almost everything we do today leaves a trail of waste and carbon dioxide in its wake, filling land with plastic and trapping heat in the earths atmosphere. The sheer scale of the problem can sometimes be overwhelming, but the chance to make a difference is tantalisingly within our grasp - its in our home,...
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Opinion by jamfan4 posted over a year ago
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A future extinct species?
Well, Earth Day was this week and NBC just had its second Green Week. So I think it's fitting to write an article telling you guys how you can help this lovely little planet of ours and its people.

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Opinion by dlyteful posted over a year ago
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Here is the pick:

If you knew that Global Warming is based on a false mathematical model, would you still believe in it?

yes, science isn't about facts or numbers or truth
    
no! I am a logical, empirical thinker.
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1. One cannot 'believe' in global warming. it is not a belief system. this is the same wording/idea/path christians used to ban teaching evolution in Kansas, United States. Science theories and ideas are simply that...ideas and theories based on one's researched facts and observations. its not about whether you 'believe' or 'dont believe' in a proposed theory. Please reserve beliefs to the religious sector. And I know some use this phrase 'i believe' with the same meaning as 'i think' or 'i accept' but it is one of the slippery slopes in describing one's opinions in regards to topics of science. And like I said it was the exact wording The Kansas School Board used to banned the teaching of Evolution and even mention of evolution in public school, which was very embarrassing to those of us with half a brain and interest in...
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Opinion by AmyFitz posted over a year ago
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We don't inherit the planet from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.
Our planet is amazing.

Sure, I may sound like a total hippy saying it, but it's true. Just imagine for a moment the sheer scale of the solar system around us. Imagine all the lumps of rocks and dust we call planets. Imagine the star that has burned in the centre for billions of years.

Now just think: We are the only planet in our vast solar system to have developed like ours. We have animals and plants by the millions, we have the most wondeful technology, and millions of years left to enjoy.

I'm not trying to tell you HOW to save the planet (we all know what we can do. We've been told), and I'm not going to tell you WHY, because the reasons are clear, at least to me.

I just ask everyone to stop and think for a minute how truly wonderful this little blue and green planet of ours is. We've accomplished so much, a unique world of life in a beautiful, yet lifeless galaxy.

This article may be completely pointless (And yes, maybe I'm a hippy). I'm not telling you anything new at all. However, I think that if more people simply realised how beautiful and extrordinary our world is, then we'd all appreciate ever more...
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