Suzuki Says That There Is Massive Amounts Of Evidence For Climate Change

I recently wrote about geoengineering as a strategy to deal with climate change and carbon dioxide emissions. That drew comments from people who confuse this scientific process with the unscientific theory of “chemtrails.” Some also claimed the column supported geoengineering, which it didn’t.

The reaction got me wondering why some people believe in phenomena rejected by science, like chemtrails, but deny real problems demonstrated by massive amounts of scientific evidence, like climate change.

Do You Believe in Mind Control or Climate Change? | David Suzuki

Like record numbers of polar bears? Or the fewest number of tornadoes on record? Or no warming for 17 years?

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6 Responses to Suzuki Says That There Is Massive Amounts Of Evidence For Climate Change

  1. Sunsettommy says:

    The Maggot hating man write this silliness:

    “The reaction got me wondering why some people believe in phenomena rejected by science, like chemtrails, but deny real problems demonstrated by massive amounts of scientific evidence, like climate change.”

    This man who allegedly has a college degree thinks we needed a massive amount of evidence to think that climate change is real.

    Climate changes has been known for many decades.

  2. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    We don’t call him Dr. Fruit Fly for nothing.

    But when you make a career out of sucking money out of schools and demanding a bunch of hot girls to act as bodyguards, you know he has no moral compass.

    http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/sunnews/straighttalk/archives/2013/01/20130129-083258.html

  3. tom0mason says:

    Another grant feeding low-life surfaces from the sewer pond of The Sacred Balance to ensure he gets paid.

  4. chris y says:

    I submitted this comment at Huffpost, but I do not have any expectations it will be posted-

    “I am waiting for Suzuki to justify the fact that he has five children, widely accepted to be the worst possible carbon sin one can commit. It’s peer-reviewed science, after all.

    “Under current conditions in the United States, for example, each child adds about 9441 metric tons of carbon dioxide to the carbon legacy of an average female, which is 5.7 times her lifetime emissions.”
    Murtaugh and Schlax, “Reproduction and the carbon legacies of individuals,” Global Environmental Change 19 (2009) 14-20.

    Is Suzuki a carbon sewage denier, ignorant of the facts, or just another wretched enviro hypocrite?”

  5. rrcruz11@yahoo.com says:

    Suzuki is no more a scientist than I am the king of Spain. The guy is a turd who sold his soul.

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