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Doubting climate change 'crime against humanity'?

~ The Rebel ~ 2012/05/23 14:08:33
A professor of ethics at Penn State University is accusing skeptics of man-made climate change of being responsible for a “new crime against humanity.”

According to a video posted by Campus Reform Online, Donald Brown, a professor of Environmental Ethnics, Science and Law at Penn State, stated, “We should encourage a conversation whether this is some kind of new crime against humanity.”

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  • Sebastianchocolatebeargiles 2012/05/24 06:47:52
    Sebastianchocolatebeargiles
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    Doubting whether climate change is an actuality or not is not a crime that is soley up to someone to accept new knowledge or not. Funny thing. 2012 (DEC. 21st) Might be a pole shift or a change in consciousness. I don't know for sure. There's a lot of theories but i do know that climates do shift Whether over time or all at once... is a wait and see. Unless your studying it then u can come up with ur own hypothesis.
  • Schläue~© 2012/05/23 14:42:04
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    Climate change has been occurring for billions of years before any man, woman, animal or a combination of the two walked or crawled upon the planet.

    It will continue to happen no matter what we do and there is NO evidence that 'man' is responsible for any changes in the overall global temperatures or that CO2 is the culprit.
    Actually, water vapor makes up the vast majority of greenhouse gasses which are what keeps the planet and all inhabitants, including plant-life from becoming Popsicles.

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