What lens to get next when the World is burning?

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Re: What lens to get next when the World is burning?

tbcass wrote:

biza43 wrote:

tbcass wrote:

biza43 wrote:

Are you talking about the seasonal forest fires around the med?

Are you talking about global warming? Or rather, climate change? Because global warming requires a few more centuries of data to be established...

In a few more centuries it will be far too late.

As a geologist, I have a different perspective. Not saying we should be idle and not act, but all this doom and gloom is a tad exaggerated. When "global warming" is difficult to scientifically prove (as I said, it requires a lot more data in time), the agenda changed to "climate change". Well, climate has been changing on Earth for the last 4.5 billion years...

The issue is much more complex than normally discussed and presented.

At the same time being a geologist doesn't make you a Climatologist. Being a Petroleum Geologist reduces your credibility even more because the Petroleum industry has been spreading misinformation about Climate change for decades.

The "Petroleum industry" has had little to do with the massive clearing of life supporting trees, which has been gong on for CENTURIES.

Millions and millions of acres of trees, cleared for crops, grazing and the building of cities. Where are the rabid discussions about this problem?

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