It would happen either way.
People always think before humans, there was no global warming. Yes, it is certainly happening. The oceans are warming up, and even a few degrees is enough to destroy ecosystems. The coral reefs which reside in shallow water are dying off and not growing back as a direct consequence of global warming.
But it is NOT human-induced. I do concur that dying coral reefs is quite bad, because it means we're destroying natural resources, it's just that we aren't the ones causing it. The earth has gone through cycles of cold and warm throughout its history.
Who cares about most scientists?
They say that global warming is human-induced.
Come on, that is a blatant appeal to authority. Most of the world once thought the world was flat, did that make them right?
It is just something to blame.
Global warming was happening before we got here. It will be here long after. Its great to have something to blame everything on.There's no way to be wrong. If it's hot...global warming. Cold?... global warming. Raining...global warming. EARTHQUAKES...Global warming?????
The Earth has had many cycles including ice age eras,(many before mankind walked the earth) at the end of every cycle we have had global warming.
Global warming is happening, just not for the reasons mentioned in traditional media. It is the natural cycle of Earth. Recent studies suggest we could experience significant cooling do to the solar cycles in 150 years. I do what I can to protect the Earth, but if we disappeared from the planet, in 1000 years (nothing on the scale of the universe) there would be no evidence our civilization ever existed.
Global warming is a lie, sent by politicians so that they can tax us on our emissions of carbon dioxide, simple as that.
There is nothing we can do about it.
It is happening, yes, but there isn't anything we can do to stop it. Sure, using "green" technology is a good thing, but the Earth has natural heating and cooling cycles. Remember the ice age? We are now going into Earth's heating cycle. A "heat age" so to speak. The temperatures go up and down as they have over the centuries.
If you want some science:
Global warming due to humans is fake. Global temperatures have been rising since the last ice age, but within range. The fundamental claim of MMGB (man-made global warming) comes down to claim that carbon dioxide released by humans into the atmosphere is causing the temperature to rise drastically. Although carbon dioxide levels have been increasing, is humans the ones to blame for this? Carbon dioxide makes up about half of a percent of the atmosphere and only 3 percent of greenhouse gases. Most of the rest (95%) is water vapour. Activity due to humans only produces 8 gigatons of carbon dioxide a year out of the 180 gigatons produced. The more likely explanation for the increase in co2 is the oceans. Oceans emit about 80 gigatons of co2 a year. Warmer water can't hold as much co2 as colder water. Therefore when the temperature of the ocean increases, the global co2 in the atmosphere increases as well. Temperatures have steadily been increasing since the last ice age. Ocean temperatures are well within normal range, so there is nothing to worry about. Furthermore, carbon dioxide levels in the past have been much higher, as much as 15x higher than today. If carbon dioxide was controlling the climate, you would expect to see temperatures during those periods very high. Temperatures during those periods have been about the same (if not colder) then today. In conclusion, humans are not the main producer of carbon dioxide, the oceans are. Warmer climates can cause higher concentrations of co2 in the atmosphere, not vice-versa. And co2 levels in the past have been much higher than today. Global warming due to humans is fake. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.