Why is everyone so worried about global warming when in reality they should be worried about global cooling in the next coming Ice Age? There is a book out called; Not by Fire, But By Ice. In this book it explains why global warming or climate change is not really an issue at all, instead we should get our civilizations prepared for a coming Ice Age in about 150 to 400 years.
In fact many anthropologists believe that the heat of the atmosphere has given mankind and the human species time to regroup and evolve. Hot Begets Not, Hotter Climates go until the pendulum swings and an ice age cometh; That is The Truth about Global Warming.
Global warming assumes that it is caused by mankind and the climate scientist that believe in global warming say that it is caused by mankind's CO2 emissions from our factories, power plants and transportation. While this theory sounds somewhat plausible and yes climate change in the atmosphere might be affected some what by human emissions there are far greater causes that might he get the climate besides the head lice or locusts (mankind) that is dwelling on the surface.
If these climate scientists, politicians and everyone were reality based in their thinking then they would come up with solutions that we have discussed in our online think tank.
For instance; why not plant six to 8 billion trees; developed the clean coal technology innovations that have already been discovered for our power plants; put coatings on the roads in concrete and tops of buildings in our large cities to prevent urban heat; collect the CO2 in the atmosphere that is over large cities and use it for another purpose?
You see there are many solutions to the problem of climate change that if mankind were really serious and wanted to do something about it they could. But rather the global warming debate is much to do about politics and power control.
Global warming is not real. I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is propelled thought. The goal is simple; to help you in your quest to be the best in 2007. I thank you for reading my many articles on diverse subjects, which interest you.