Can I ask how you came to this answer and what you basing your opinion on?
Have you checked the sources you base your opinions on? Is there any bias there?
What would it take to change your opinion if we can't base it on future projections?
Do you take note of anything, anyone says here?
Simply basing my opinion on personal observations and the almost comical wrongful predictions that have come from the climate change industry over the past twenty years. None of their doomsday scenarios have come even close to being true. Given that, you would have to be a lemming to keep blindly following them.
Yes, I accept there have been predictions that do go off into the wild. That's been the case in both directions. Have you looked at anything that lies somewhere inbetween to see the data and the outcome has been fairly close? It often isn't simply black and white. If there are 99 observations for one thing and 10 for another, you can't just ignore the 99 and the 10 certainly can't be ignored either.
As for solutions causing more harm than good, the example stares at your face every month or so.Its called South Australia.
We've been through this a fair bit and you haven't accepted any of the data put forward to you either. Again, it's not a case of a black and white answer. Are renewables part of the supply issue? Yes. Has it been the only issue? No.
I get that a lot of you are kids and have been indoctrinated by the various education departments over the past decade or so. I also get that to question Green-Left group think is unheard of for people under the age of thirty.
I hate this. Which generation do you think is in charge of these education departments? My generation is being taught by the older generations. Again though, you've painted the entire community with one brush. It's never that simple.
That most of you have to resort to abuse to get your point across shows that beneath your preachy slogans lies an empty shell.
Yes, but it's funny how it's only in these topics where it's directed at your responses and perhaps sometimes your vagueness.
Honestly, if I kept following someone like Flannerfool or Gore despite them getting almost everything hopelessly wrong, then I would feel a bit dirty about myself.
It would be great though if you actually looked at some other evidence. You're arguement seems to be 'look at the doomsdayers and see their prediction hasn't come true' but ignored something inbetween. You've said it yourself that it has become politicised so both sides at the extreme edges do tend to go over the top.