McQUARRIE – The consequences of being wrong on climate change

Storm clouds on the way. (Image: Armchair Mayor file photo)

NOT TOO LONG ago, I got into a discussion with someone who was still unable to accept the concept of climate change.

He was willing, although somewhat reluctantly, to agree that our climate has been “a bit different lately” but unwilling to agree those changes were the result of human activity.

He explained this by referring to an article he had once read that used historical records to prove earth’s climate had been going through cycles for centuries.  After reading this one counter climate change article, he was convinced that humans were not responsible and Mother Nature would with time, correct everything.

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1 Comment on McQUARRIE – The consequences of being wrong on climate change

  1. Jerome Farrell // May 2, 2017 at 10:05 AM // Reply

    No question it’s happening ,and the world acknowledged that in Paris.
    The fact the the US President who has diminished credence daily denies the fact, may well backfire on them as the world turns to less gullible leaders

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