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The Science and Politics of Climate Change

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Mushin Avatar
Mushin
Posted: 11.18.08, 02:13 AM
It's not Al Gore that has turned climate change into dogma; it is people who are in constant denial of what is already going on in this arena, not wanting to take the necessary steps but keep on living a ecology-destructive lifestyle, that have a dogma that says, "We don't have to change; we can keep on going as if nothing is happening."
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Antonio R Batista
Posted: 11.17.08, 06:56 AM
I also think Al Gore is only a celebrity of charlatanism. There is nothing wrong in study possible or probable climate changes caused by humans; the problem is transform this in a dogma, using false arguments and closing the debate.
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Mushin
Posted: 11.14.08, 04:17 AM
I'm very happy that Al Gore got the Nobel Prize; his relentless campaigning for a change in politics has actually made Americans think and change a little bit - so far. Taking care of the climate is supporting peace in that the conflicts that a derailing climate causes (and by that I mean global warming) will catapult us to a situation far from peace...
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"Consciousness - upon close inspection - is neither located in the head nor in any other particular place. It is part of being bodily alive. The individual consciousness emerges as a living field of being lovingly known and experienced by "others."
Looking into the mirror of appreciative self-reflection and we-full co-inspection, consciousness is self-organizing beautifully as relational presence in natural, social, personal, spatio-dynamic and spiritual ecologies."
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akalash1
Posted: 11.13.08, 10:18 PM
Alex, I completely agree with you.
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alexpavlin
Posted: 11.13.08, 07:33 PM
The award of the Noble Peace Prize to Al Gore is a joke.
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