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Old 01-13-2018, 03:22 PM   #799 (permalink)
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There is possibility they are correct that man is the driving force behind climate change, but the institutions have had to falsify data in order to make it look like man is the driving force behind climate change. So we are probably not and now almost no one believe them if we were.

The closest thing to a solution that has been offered is redistribution of wealth and artificial cost push inflation applying to the United states only (as far as major fossil fuel consumers go US, china, India russia).
The solution sounds more like an agenda on account of it costing so much to the point of harming the economy and doing virtually nothing to fix the problem at hand.
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