TheWingnutSquid wrote:Alright well if you look closer you find that those are almost all made up buy bloggers and probobly conspiritors as well.
See the thing is that there are all these different people out there. They all have their ideas and beliefs about the right and wrong of things so they try to use the government to force their way of doing things on everybody else. The environmentalists are just like everybody else. What it seems to boil down to with them is that they don't like any kind of fire. That's why they want us to ride a bicycle or walk everywhere.
jimw1949 wrote:I am not so sure it is the number of people on the Earth that is causing the problems we are having, I tend to think it is more of a problem with greed than anything else. Greedy business owners that dump chemicals rather than pay to have them disposed of properly, greedy people who run their sewage into a river rather than pay for a new septic system, stuff like that. But I guess in one way too many people probably is part of the problem, after all there is a limited amount of natural resources available for us to use. But I think that to a larger extent the real problem is that we do not use the resources we do have as wisely as we should
Unlike the animals in the woods we humans do have intellect and free will to make our own choices. The solution is fairly simple.
Fewer people = less consumption and lower emissions. The global warming concern would take care of itself ....no ?
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