I would believe in a god if there were good evidence to support the claim that one (or more) exists.lefty o wrote: ↑Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:52 pmnot worth wasting our breath, because i will tell you i disagree with you, and much like religion you wont change my mind.GRTfast wrote: ↑Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:44 pmClimate change is not the topic of this thread, it’s assgas’s attempt to derail it. That being said, I’ll grant you the fact that politicians on both sides mischaracterize the science for their own benefit. You are mistaken if you think that it has not been clearly demonstrated to a high degree of certainty that humans are the majority cause for the current (last 50+ years) radically accelerate rate of change. Not recognizing this fact is head in the sand thinking. I’d prefer to have this discussion in another thread if you’d like to present you case for claiming that all the science is made up.lefty o wrote: ↑Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:18 pm
you mean the made up scare tactic crap from the liberals? thats just as real as whatever religion you practice, made up BS. now if you want to speak of facts, like the earth has gone thru many hot and cold cycles, then lets talk, but the media liberal inspired crap from the likes of al gore, and some of the other nimrods on this forum, is made up hysteria. as far as god being proven daily by science, you have apparently fallen of your chair and hit your head, go seek help.
With religion, I am with you. I don’t believe because their isn’t evidence to warrant belief.
Regarding the climate, there is sufficient evidence to be reasonably certain that we are having an effect.
The two topics are polar opposites. One is faith based, one is science. Equating them is (almost) as ridiculous as EG’s claim that science proves god exists.