Ah, so it IS a myth. Glad we could clear that up...
Die letzten Jahre sind schon heftig.
I have watched that movie a few times now and stopped it over and over again in the 40's and 60's went there are hot spots where no one lives and have to wonder...does this really prove anything and how much weather data did we have for the entire world in the 1800's and early 1900's?
I don't doubt the world is getting warmer, but keep in mind NASA and others have said that MARS has warmed at about the same rate we have?
I don't know what to think at this point. Yes we need to control and look after our planet, but at the same time I think the planet is doing OK dealing with us.
I still think all the data is really interesting and the movie is just fun to watch. But I don't think global warming is man made.
The good thing is that it does not matter what you believe. You will face the consequences anyway. And the planet does not care at all.
I guess me not agreeing with you makes me wrong....or is it you that is wrong for not being willing to look at the data and see it has issues?
Probably won't face my consequences since I won't be around to see any of the issues if it were in fact true.
I do enjoy it that everyone that arrives at your site and does not agree with you is somehow less smart than you.
You are welcome to post anything on your own blog I suppose. I would resort to the same behavior and only find I get banned. This might also explain why I have avoided your blog for well over 2 years. The conversations are not friendly or open minded and the posts are as you put it once to me on my post "making yourself irrelevant".
Have fun with your site. Enjoy your next visit to the US, the home of Lotusphere or Connect and the center of the Global Warming Problem (I am sure, we get blamed for everything else in the world.)
ignoring is the new banning
Silentium est aureum.
Hawaii seems to be a pretty cool spot ;-)
Surrounded by water. That helps a lot.
"Stell dir vor, global warming wäre nicht von Menschen gemacht und wir hätten deswegen den Abgasausstoß drastisch reduziert..."
Dem Planeten selbst ist es btw. eher egal, es gab Leben auf ihm, bevor eine Atmosphäre existierte, in der wir entstehen konnten. Es wird Leben unter den verschiedensten Bedingungen auf diesem Planeten auch weiterhin geben. Ob es aber menschliches Leben sein wird, darf bezweifelt werden.
Sagte ich bereits, mit weniger Sätzen.
Markus Dierker on Belkin WeMo gets full IFTTT treatment at 13:07
Karl Heindel on A week with the BlackBerry Q10 at 12:32
Volker Weber on A week with the BlackBerry Q10 at 09:54
Thomas Lang on A week with the BlackBerry Q10 at 09:52
Richard Schwartz on Think your Skype messages get end-to-end encryption? Think again! at 21:46
Volker Weber on Think your Skype messages get end-to-end encryption? Think again! at 21:22
Nick Daisley on Think your Skype messages get end-to-end encryption? Think again! at 21:15
Jan Lauer on No Apple vs. Samsung debate here at 20:07
Ingo Seifert on No Apple vs. Samsung debate here at 13:26
Volker Weber on A week with the Q10 at 20:00
Volker Weber on A week with the Q10 at 01:28
Torben Volkmann on A week with the Q10 at 21:01
Oscar Toft on Barracuda Networks launches a 'Dropbox Killer' at 01:08
Frank Moser on Fifty Five at 08:46
Tim Franz on Time for a new Lumia at 10:27
Andrew Magerman on Fifty Five at 09:55
Joris Bos on Time for a new Lumia at 09:34
Bob Balaban on Fifty Five at 17:04
Felix Binsack on Hallo Samsung at 10:49
Detlev Buschkamp on Fifty Five at 15:20
Joerg Hochwald on Fifty Five at 13:09
Wolfgang Hilpert on Fifty Five at 11:21
Karsten Ernst on Fifty Five at 11:12
Dirk Steins on Fifty Five at 10:45
Hans Bornich on Fifty Five at 07:48