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James L. Riggs @jlriggs57aol-com

@juliaw,

Julia, is the climate changing? Yes. I would never say it isn’t. Does man’s impact on the earth play a part in it? Again, yes. To what extent, nobody knows. After having looked at both sides of the issue. I can’t find anything that shows that we can say man is greatly affecting the climate change, nor can I find anything that show we are having a minimum affect on it. In other words there were as many pro as there were con sites, but none that could tell our impact.

None of what I looked at came from the government, they have their own agenda for propagating this belief, carbon credits, etc.

Should we be good stewards of our planet? Yes. Should we run around like our hair is on fire because of something some government paid and funded scientists say is happening? No. Should we have this looked at by scientists that have no agenda to fulfill? Absolutely.

The plain and simple truth of it is that if these scientists that are working under grants or are in any way getting money from any government, what they say should be taken with a grain of salt, this includes colleges.

Until I can see a study done by an independent group and they are able to show to what degree human’s are having on the climate and what exactly is we need to fix. Just throwing out a blanket accusation that we need to change everything we are doing is not acceptable.

We need to be intelligent in our actions, a knee jerk reaction to anything is irrational and irresponsible.

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