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  1. 1. Do you believe humans are responsible for Global Warming?

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44 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

I did fully believe in it and still do, but have read a David Icke book and he makes a good case with arguments that ‘global warming’ is just government propaganda to try to control people 

I find the specific direct killing off of species in a much accelereated pace than nature a firm indicator of us affecting the planet , the planet is getting a fever to get rid of us , extreme weather patterns, droughts in multiple locations in the west,  snow decrease on mountains , aquifers exhausting , earthquakes , tsnamis . We are pushing its patience and it is now warning us 'sudaar ja , nahin ta..'

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49 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

I did fully believe in it and still do, but have read a David Icke book and he makes a good case with arguments that ‘global warming’ is just government propaganda to try to control people 

David Icke reckons Singhs and Kaurs who wear dumalle are imitating those aliens he keeps going on about , maybe he needs to chill and you need to take a pinch of salt. We all need to switch to a lower consumption mode , the planet has enough for everyone we just got to make sure it does get to everyone . Not hogged by the rich and powerful.

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3 hours ago, puzzled said:

We have caused it  just look at the weather  today it was mild and the sun was out but by this time of the year it should be Icy and freezing cold. We are altering the weather. 

my magnolia tree is so confused it is putting out flower buds as we now talk because of the warmer weather this year I've already had three flowerings on that tree when it is supposed to only do two spring thaw and august time

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the chitteh started all this destruction in the name of science and to leave their own legacy on earth but now we all contribute to it in and now we'll have to pay for it....

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On 12/3/2018 at 8:39 AM, Premi5 said:

I did fully believe in it and still do, but have read a David Icke book and he makes a good case with arguments that ‘global warming’ is just government propaganda to try to control people 

Are you being serious... David icke makes a good case that it is all propaganda? Before or after reading David icke on this topic did you read any books by any actual scientists? 

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