Comment 32535

By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted July 31, 2009 at 01:03:15

Ryan >> Sprawl is not to blame for the rain (although to the extent that our persistently bizarre and unpredictable weather is a result of disruptive climate change, the high-carbon throughput associated with car-dependent sprawl is a nontrivial factor

I thought there was scientific consensus that human carbon emissions were DEFINITELY causing the earth to warm. Now there's only consensus that HCE's are causing the earth's climate to "change" unpredictably?

Let's get this straight, it's vitally important that we all change our behaviour, because if we don't, scientists are not sure what will happen to the climate. Of course, if we do cut back on our CO2 output, they won't be able to predict that either, but at least we'll all feel like were doing something good for Mother Earth.

Who wants Kool-Aid?

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