- Climate change, I am from Africa, Asia or South AmericaVote A
- ISIS, I Am from Africa, Asia or South AmericaVote B
- Clmate change, I am from North America or EuropeVote C
- ISIS, I am from North America or EuropeVote D
Global climate change isn't even understood that well and one volcanoe going off has more effect on co2 than all of the carscombined. So I don't think we have as much effect as we like to think we do.
Climate change will kill us all off. Perhaps not all at once, but definitely all of us. North American involvement in the civil wars in the middle east created ISIL. It should also kill itself off.
ISIS is kinda a local problem at the moment and like every tyrannic regime, they have an expiration date
Climate change. If everyone would be more economical with their footprints and recycling, they wouldn't need to rely on fossile goodies that much.
Too many of those Jihadi guys out there hiding among the muslim population.
They both concern me in different ways.
Climate change because i know its going to seriously be a MASSIVE issue for future generations
ISIS because they are Islam extremist indoctrinated asshats who are so blinded by their religion they think the entire non muslim world should be beheaded, and, Sooner or later a war with them is gonna kick off big time.
So, Im more concerned with ISIS right now then i am with Climate change.
Well ISIS is a temporary problem.. Climate change can eventually make earth uninhabitable. Both are problems of our own making. Humanity is our own worst enemy eh?
Definitely climate change. That is the literal end of the world that has been proven by scientists to be true and no one seems to be doing anything about it.
ISIS can easily be sorted out, if that was the world leaders goal, but ISIS happens to be a good tool in scare-mongering.
Daesh is a Middle East problem that needs to be dealt with by locals. We can help of course and we should but it shouldn't be our primary concern. Climate change is something that affects everybody and we should do what we can to reduce carbon emissions at home.
Climate change is obviously a *much* more serious issue - but it won't have much in the way of tangible effects in my lifetime, and I don't have children, so I don't really care. And I definitely don't care about ISIS.
Don't worry too much about ISIS, they are just a bunch of kids who play with their toys, worry more about the people behind ISIS who will get ride of them once they have no more benefits from their existence.
Climate change. Isis is just another terrorist group America made and funds they won't do anything that effects America really obviously I'm going to avoid going anywhere where they are at though. You can't escape global warming though
Because ISIS is just another group of camel jockeys like the thousands of others before it that have been killing each other off in the middle east since the beginning of time.
In the long run its the climate and its got the larger impact
isis actually exists and climate changes do not so I will choose those pansy ass isis dorks
I think we really don't understand the climate very well. This is borne out by how all the models predicting what would happen have proven to be absurdly wrong. The first time I heard about 'global warming was in 1989, a series by James Burke. He predicted by now we would be underwater and/or living in an arid wasteland. But there has been almost no change at all, only fractionally more than normal variation. I agree CO2 does have a 'greenhouse effect' that's science. What's not science is how much of an effect it has, that we just don't have any idea about.
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