All I'm asking is, is Global Warming scary and should it be dealt with?

It is controllable. When I told them how, they ignored me.
Hell Yeah. It could kill us all.
yes it is, i got terrified after i saw " an inconvenient truth"
yeah, but what can you do? you should let scientists worry about that, and you should starts worrying about other stuff.
No, the globe periodically warms and cools. in contrast to what al gore has said, the globe will probably only warm one degree and then no polar bears will drown. Global warming is a Crisis by the American Socialists to force the USA to become a weak 3rd rate world loser. Once it's stength is gone, then Hillary and Al can have world wide socialism. That is the goal.
No, we will be okay. If we were able to survive the ice age then we can survive just about anything. Plus if a large number of people die it will mostly be the people of China, so no worries there.
It is a potentially mild problem that is being blown out control to make you feel guilty so ambitious politicians can control your behavior and gain power.
Don't buy any ocean front property. When the icecaps melt the ocean levels will rise, destroying the coastline.

Agriculturists will have to train farmers to grow different crops and the arctic areas may be new farmlands. In Africa and other areas drought planning will also have to be done.

Japan is dealing with the Kyoto protocol by exporting CO2 pollution controlling industry. The US may be too late to buy CO2 savings and will have to do more drastic measures to hold down CO2 levels.

As a regular person you should learn more science, reduce the amount of electricity and energy you use and encourage your community to do likewise. Also try to pressure your politicians to be more energy and CO2 aware.
Global warming must be dealt with. To give you an example of why, go read a history of the Dust Bowl in the US (1930s). That's one type of ecological disruption--there are others equally as bad.

Now imagine such climate disasters and disruptions on a world wde basis--all the time-for decades.

Just how likely do you think it is that our civilization will survive that--or the wars that will result when desperate nations start fighting over what's left?
Yes...lots of land will be covered by water...Including England, California and many coastlines...If you purchase land in Canada and move there, you can escape the water.
This is a serious warning.
Al Gore was right in an inconvenient truth. He proved the data. They are facts...Why don't you believe in statistics??
Yes and yes.
YES, Stop and think The glaciers are melting into salt water and is evaporating at a enormous rate so as to rain in excess all over the world where the wind will take it. To the sands at night (possibility new deposits of quick sand, In the mountains it soaks up soil, mountains slideing down. other side warming= heat 3 years ago 5,000 die of heat in Europe, heat will get so hot forests burn up, soon to hot burn homes up later to hot to breathe. Only OTHER outlet to have force field inventors continue experimenting incoming heat controll so we can put satlelights all around the planet to transfer possible heat controlled force field. If not possible then,
if forrest are being exchanged for ashalt,concrete and desserts
what is gonna keep this planet habitable for us

Global warming is a very complex collection of many effects

this text is limited to effects of people in the country,industrial effects on the environment and the internal combustion engine as well as the over all effects of cities and the ozone part of global warming,is another story,

climate change is caused partly by desertification ,and most desertification is caused by man
the thinner ozone layer helps to speed this up.and this is caused mainly by air polution ,also as a result of mans actions

there are natural cycles in the planets life
but a lot is influenced by mans existance ,and this is increasing with overpopulation,putting strains on Natural resources and increasing contaminations as well as destructions of essential componants the ensure living conditions for all life forms

in North Africa,India,Mexico ,millions of people are effected by land loss and desertification and some have died as a result

in china, thousands of what used to be farmers are running for their lives from the dust storms that have burried their towns and turned their lands into dessert,

,the Sahara is growing by 7 kilometers a year
and all of the desserts we know are a results of mans actions ,and they are increasing ,not getting less ,in the dinosaurs days ,there were no desserts.

collectively this planet is drying up because of bad farming practices like,over grazing and fertilizers,

each degree rise in temperature means 10%crop loss

and there is less and less water (because of deforestation),to irrigate this production ,
and there are less and less farmers to do it..
and there are 70 million more peole every year that have to eat and drink and wash

who are overpumping deep carbon aquifiers
who are plowing more and more unstable lands because they have lost so many million hectares to desertification ,
because of bad farming practises ,such as using fertilizers and heavy machinary or over grazing

The northpole is melting ,and we will know it without ice in our life times.
this does not affect the sea level because it is ice that is already in the water.but the melting ice from Green land and the south pole ,are another matter.
Not very scary, sort of be afraid, be kind of afraid. Anyway, I doubt there is much we can do to deal with it other than figure out a good response plan.

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