agree with you and have self self come to the same conclusion!! although still have many unanswered question around that one!!I'm no expert on this matter but have watched a few documentaries for and against the theory of global warming and I came to my own conclusion quite some time ago that the human race has NO control or had NO effect over what is or isn't happening to the climate, I think its just natures natural evolutionary way and what does or doesn't happen will be just another part of history unaffected by us!
Totally agree with you there mate, yes mankind does effect the natural world regarding animals etc, the point I was making was specifically regarding global warming and general climate change over the years.agree with you and have self self come to the same conclusion!! although still have many unanswered question around that one!!I'm no expert on this matter but have watched a few documentaries for and against the theory of global warming and I came to my own conclusion quite some time ago that the human race has NO control or had NO effect over what is or isn't happening to the climate, I think its just natures natural evolutionary way and what does or doesn't happen will be just another part of history unaffected by us!
however differer in some aspects from that!!
as a result of the following!!
in Portugal(sure many such other area, this is the one that I know), in certain areas in the late 80's some bid game species had been hunted to the point of no more, believe that since then those game type birds have been re-introduced!!
self here in SA, used to seasonal hunt under the guide lines for game bird hunting, and over the years when I started hunting to the years that I stopped, the was a significant drop in the numbers that were spotted and found for hunting!!
then if we look at certain animals, like the big 5 for a start, they numbers have dropped to the point where extinction is a real possibility, that by the hand of man!!
certain animals, have been hunted to extinction is recent times like the Kwaga, looks like a mixture between a zebra and a donkey!!
over fishing of certain species, and the list could go on and on!!
so mans actions has had its bad effects on the planet and believe that humans are the cancer of the planet!!
just have a deeper look at our behavior!!
over population ............!!!
will give another one, mining, and gold mining in this case the proses uses chemicals that are poisoness to humans, over the decades those toxicens have started finding their way into the water table!!
do have my doubt about global warming, maybe coz I dont understand the whole thing, however prof is there that the time that we live in now, in a quiet period in what has been described as a violent natural past climates
the worrying part is that mother nature is self healing, however that self healing will come as what, or what process
humans are very quick to control and introduce laws, if global warming is so real, then why has so little been done???!!
Totally agree Roger!The earth has been Cooling and Warming for Billions of years, long before Man ever walked the planet and for that matter poluted it.
Man's involvment in treating the planet bad has no effect on "Global Warming". When we start realizing that we just aren't as important as we think we are we will be a lot better off.
The bad part is that the "Global Warming" Nuts are using this make believe crisis to get rich. Lucky for them that our leaders in Washington D.C. are willing to throw as much of our tax dollars at tham as they ask for to help them solve this "Inconvienent Truth".
Our involvement in messing with the animal population is a valid argument. Sometimes even trying to do something good to help save an endangered species, doesn't work out the way it was intended and it ends up making things worse.
only partially trueOn the the animal side there also has been some great work done by humans. There are more whitetail deer in North America then when Columbus landed. I may be wrong, but is the main problem with the big five more from poching then all out miss management by those in charge of hunt regulations in Africa.