• ### The smartest people on earth are concerned about climate change, however the dumbest are not: who should I believe?

36 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
• ### Climate change is real, so why deny it?

Best answer: Good question. Most people deny it for political reasons. They love big oil. Also, they don t want to make any sacrifices, like driving less.
Best answer: Good question. Most people deny it for political reasons. They love big oil. Also, they don t want to make any sacrifices, like driving less.
20 answers · Global Warming · 2 days ago
• ### After dire warnings about global warming Trump tries to increase oil & coal production: is this the most stupid, corrupt person in history?

24 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
• ### How much danger are we in for climit change?

19 answers · Global Warming · 2 days ago
• ### Can you be a Conservative and care about the environment?

21 answers · Green Living · 3 days ago
• ### Why has N.America had its highest November snow cover?

13 answers · Global Warming · 2 days ago
• ### Skeptics: if you agree that this formula debunks the greenhouse effect ... ?

... can you explain how it does to the rest of us? << Using this simple formula derived from the Ideal Gas Law, the average near-surface temperature for any planetary body having an atmospheric pressure at 10Kpa or more can be calculated, Greenhouse Gases are excluded because they produce no warming ; T =... show more
... can you explain how it does to the rest of us? << Using this simple formula derived from the Ideal Gas Law, the average near-surface temperature for any planetary body having an atmospheric pressure at 10Kpa or more can be calculated, Greenhouse Gases are excluded because they produce no warming ; T = P/ (R x p/n) T = near-surface atmospheric temperature in Kelvin P = near-surface atmospheric pressure in kPa R = gas constant 8.314 ρ = near-surface atmospheric density in kg/m³ n = near-surface atmospheric mean molecular weight (in grams per mole) - Earth details from WIKI: Pressure = l01.3, R = gas constant 8.314, p = 1.225 ,n = 28.97 - **Temperature = 288.3K = 15.3 C - This formula debunks the Radiative Greenhouse effect. >> Or, if you don't agree, can you explain to Solar where he's getting it wrong? ------------ Thanks in anticipation; 10 points for a good skeptic answer!
9 answers · Global Warming · 23 hours ago
• ### Are the big greenhouse gas producing countries just waiting for scientists finally to say it's too late on climate change?

11 answers · Global Warming · 2 days ago
• ### Why would President Trump be in favor of coal when so much has been said about how polluting it is, how dangerous to the environment?

Best answer: So trump is "out of touch, "a fool," a knave," "idiot," and a "neanderthal." There's your answer. But you requested no nasty remarks. Looks like most of those who have replied are out of touch. Or simply inconsiderate. I'll give you a straight answer. Coal is... show more
Best answer: So trump is "out of touch, "a fool," a knave," "idiot," and a "neanderthal." There's your answer. But you requested no nasty remarks. Looks like most of those who have replied are out of touch. Or simply inconsiderate.

I'll give you a straight answer. Coal is cheap and readily available. It currently accounts for a significant portion of our electricity generation. We also export around 100,000 tons every year. I don't believe Trump is so much in favor of coal as he is not actively trying to destroy the industry like Obama did. Do a little digging and see what Trump is doing to actively help the coal industry. Other than roll back odious Obama era regulations, not much.
13 answers · Other - Environment · 3 days ago
• ### Can we completely stop using fossil fuels?

My chemistry professor was recently discussing the use of fossil fuels and possible substitutes to the use of non-renewable resources. One of these substitutes being so called “Brown’s gas”; something that could completely be an alternative to any fossil fuel. Apparently, it’s been around for thirty plus years,... show more
My chemistry professor was recently discussing the use of fossil fuels and possible substitutes to the use of non-renewable resources. One of these substitutes being so called “Brown’s gas”; something that could completely be an alternative to any fossil fuel. Apparently, it’s been around for thirty plus years, however, the oil industry is a trillion dollar company, that heavily resists change. I would like to hear people’s thoughts on this subject and even on the world’s future use of fossil fuels and how it could possibly change.
36 answers · Global Warming · 6 days ago
• ### Why do people hate oil companies?

Oil And Gas Added \$1.3 Trillion To The U.S. Economy In 2015 and 10.3 million jobs in 2017
Oil And Gas Added \$1.3 Trillion To The U.S. Economy In 2015 and 10.3 million jobs in 2017
10 answers · Global Warming · 2 days ago
• ### What will happen if nearly 2 trillion tons of methane ensconced in the permafrost is released into the atmosphere?

13 answers · Global Warming · 5 days ago
• ### How come fossil fuel companies get away with taxpayers paying for their waste whilst calling anyone communist who tries to get them to?

Best answer: Tragedy of the commons.
Only regulation can fix this, like regulating lead out of petrol which led to fantastic outcomes for human health and the environment.
Best answer: Tragedy of the commons.
Only regulation can fix this, like regulating lead out of petrol which led to fantastic outcomes for human health and the environment.
11 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
• ### Is there a way to reduce water charges?

Living alone and paying \$70 seems ridiculous. Theres no way a 5 family house would be paying \$350 so whats with all these charges, why don t they correspond to usage. would that just make to much sense?
Living alone and paying \$70 seems ridiculous. Theres no way a 5 family house would be paying \$350 so whats with all these charges, why don t they correspond to usage. would that just make to much sense?
6 answers · Green Living · 24 hours ago
• ### Should we stop people from having children until we get global warming under control?

Seriously, what sense does it make for women to continue popping out babies if that is only going to contribute to climate change? Shouldnt we restrict breeding until we figure out what to do before breeding more problems?
Seriously, what sense does it make for women to continue popping out babies if that is only going to contribute to climate change? Shouldnt we restrict breeding until we figure out what to do before breeding more problems?
25 answers · Global Warming · 6 days ago
• ### Climate warming?

Best answer: Interesting, but even if true today it would not be "alarming" to many individuals.
Best answer: Interesting, but even if true today it would not be "alarming" to many individuals.
11 answers · Global Warming · 5 days ago
• ### ● In what ways is climate change impacting the earth/humans?

14 answers · Global Warming · 6 days ago
• ### Americans cryng about 911 really whi did hiroshima and nagasaki iraq for oil twice libya and oither stated that ddi not 911?

Best answer: why do you never cry about Japan hitting Pearl Harbor but Always cry over Hiroshima. ?

You hit me..........I can assure you..........you'll be hitting the pavement next.
Best answer: why do you never cry about Japan hitting Pearl Harbor but Always cry over Hiroshima. ?

You hit me..........I can assure you..........you'll be hitting the pavement next.
6 answers · Alternative Fuel Vehicles · 5 days ago
• ### What has a bigger "Carbon Footprint"? A Renault with a lawnmower engine on 5,00/Liter Petro? Or the buildings burining in the riot?

5 answers · Green Living · 3 hours ago
• ### Is the government lying to us are we actually headed for an ice age not global warming?

17 answers · Global Warming · 6 days ago