>>10250357>global warming will reduce economic activity
That's where you're wrong, kiddo.
If you actually look at the evidence from the past few thousand years there is a huge correlation between temperature and economic activity. e.g. the bronze age collapse (1200bc~), rome falling (600ad~), the "mini ice age" (1500ad~)
Conversely, all the biggest booms were when temperatures rise.>He asked why you deny climate change
I don't deny climate change
I deny your liberal hyper agenda pseudoscience masquerading as conclusive fact based on correlative data.
To be honest I don't want to come accross as some anti-science spoof, I've got 2 degrees and one in renewable energy. I'm mainly focusing on solar collectors at the minute.
I'm just getting kinda ticked off by the carbon taxes and dogma being thrown around. I think the 10%~ of weight of coal that gets turned into ash is a million times bigger issue than CO2 levels producing temperature fluctuation when my reading of the data is its that damn complicated there isn't a consensus on anything other than bully's saying its CO2 emissions.
The variance in solar activity that I've mentioned, volcanic activity and extraterrestrial impacts will all have a categorically larger impact. If we instead used all this focused energy on what I outlined in this post>>10250325
I think we would have an order of magnitude better impact on the well being of people which is what I believe this knee jerk reaction is intended to do.