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Is it possible to believe in the free market while accepting that AGW is a fact and that we need to

Author : James

Submitted : 2017-10-21 22:34:02    Popularity:     

Tags: accepting  AGW  free  market  fact  

I know I do.

Answers:

Nothing from earth had anything to do with the cause of Global Warming & I'm the only expert from earth that knows what the cause of Global Warming is & looks like. Global Warming has been off since MAY 2017. Global Command

If we had a free market, we would not have the deception of a need to curb GHG emissions. In a free market system, the need would be apparent to "we the people" as well as "they the government and highfalutin scientists", and falling temperatures along with shorter growing seasons is not indicative of any global warming problem.

Sure it is and believing in science means that in the US regulating carbon emissions is not required or desirable either.

Yes.

Free enterprisers who accept that global warming is real may fall into one of three categories.

1. Some people hate humans and see a warming planet as a way to kill them off.
2. Some people do believe that Florida being under water would be a fair price for anarchism.
3. Some people believe that global warming would best be solved with the free market.

Yes. Most climate scientists do acknowledge and support market mechanisms which could help reduce or adapt to AGW, although unlike the cult of science-denying crackpots, most climate scientists know the difference between science, belief and political preferences, along with the difference between truth and lies, and basic math, basic logic, common sense, etc.

Of course. Only alarmist conspiracy theorists think that those two things are necessarily incompatible.

Mhmm. what a coincidence. AGW and having a hard time accepting the Free Market.

What are the odds?

Christiana Figueres, the Executive Secretary of UNFCCC

"This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model, for the first time in human history", Ms Figueres stated at a press conference in Brussels.

"This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the industrial revolution."

http://www.unric.org/en/latest-un-buzz/2...

Maybe this has something to do with it...

Dr Patrick Moore - founding member of Greenpeace on why he left them

[excerpt]

The collapse of world communism and the fall of the Berlin Wall during the 1980s added to the trend toward extremism. The Cold War was over and the peace movement was largely disbanded. The peace movement had been mainly Western-based and anti-American in its leanings. Many of its members moved into the environmental movement, bringing with them their neo-Marxist, far-left agendas.

***To a considerable extent the environmental movement was hijacked by political and social activists who learned to use green language to cloak agendas that had more to do with anticapitalism and antiglobalization than with science or ecology. I remember visiting our Toronto office in 1985 and being surprised at how many of the new recruits were sporting army fatigues and red berets in support of the Sandinistas.

http://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view...

Pro Socialism Journalist

Of course; your stance proves it's possible. Is it irreconcilable to people who function at the level of a two-year-old? Again: of course.

I don't accept unproven hypotheses as fact. I'm a stickler for the scientific method that way.

But I do believe in economically sound environmental policies which support reductions of pollutants.



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