"Not fossil fuel burning. There are many other ways Co2 levels and global temperature can receive large shocks. Volcanoes expel massive quantities of Co2 and other greenhouse gasses. There are numerous examples of massive volcanic activity throughout…"
"Great post! I agree with most of it except for a few small issues.
Firstly, natural plant life has been exposed to wild changes in climate many times throughout earths history. A species can adapt to some serious changes in the environment and get…"
"I completely agree that global warming is occurring and that our use of fossil fuels is the cause. The evidence and simple deduction both point strongly to it; more Co2 liberated into the air -> more greenhouse effect.
Here where my logic…"
"The folks that enjoy this kind of thing have some serious hardware problems upstairs. A few crossed wires I'd bet. Hopefully we can figure out more fully how the human brain works over the next few years. Then maybe we can repair problems like…"
"I think the various religions are in many ways a lot like micro-organisms. Colonies of bacteria will try and kill off foreign species from the immediate vicinity and form a mono-culture. We see this same behavior with religions trying to cleans…"
Starting in mid 2006 a few people began a gathering at a local coffee shop here in Corpus Christi for non-theists. Now more than three years later we are still small but going strong. we hope to facilitate easier access to the group through NSee More
"I find putting problems and situations firmly in perspective helps a lot. In the big scheme of things, most everything, aside from a death or terminal illness, are pretty temporary.
The way I see it, I've got way too few years of this life to…"
Welcome to this great Nexus meeting place and its thousands of bright people like you who recognise religion for the superstition and huge fraud that it is---
and that gods exist only as fictions inside people's heads.
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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 240 discussion topics.