Once again, you need to look at the bigger picture. I can create a biohazard in my driveway but the planet won't even flinch. Given enough time, it all biodegrades.That makes no sense.. you just said effects in certain areas.. That means that nothing remains unchanged and something DID change...
I gave you a like but I see some potential differences. We are increasing the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. What overall affect it's having on our temperatures is debatable. But there's no denying that the earth has gone through ice ages and hotter weather in the past that weren't affected by mankind. Only history will tell the truth and none of us alive today will get an answer as to whether mankind actually did cause climate change.FAKE NEWS. They've been saying the planet is doomed in 10 years, for about 40 years. Earth's climate is cyclical on an enormous scale, and the planet is a closed system. Overall temp has changed about 1 degree in 100 years. We are not affecting the change they say.
It creates a ripple effect.. and the issue is, as Gasses are not constrained to any one given point. Hence why smog from Beijing can be found on the West coast of the USA.Once again, you need to look at the bigger picture. I can create a biohazard in my driveway but the planet won't even flinch. Given enough time, it all biodegrades.
Butterfly effect?? That was a great movie.It creates a ripple effect.. and the issue is, as Gasses are not constrained to any one given point. Hence why smog from Beijing can be found on the West coast of the USA.
We're also talking about a huge scale difference here. What you're suggesting may salt the earth and create effects for the immediate surround regardless.
Long term on what scale?Short term, yes. Long term, no.
Reports that polar ice has GROWN and the earth is GREENER than usual, I see this locally. No doubt chopping down the rainforests is bad, but meanwhile other plants are spreading and growing elsewhere.Local environmental devastation is always much more severe in nature and impossible to ignore.
No one denies our actions have consequences when some drunken asshole runs a tanker aground and spills millions of barrels of oil into the arctic.
You can't perceive changing the climate because it happens so slowly. Hence easily denied as a hoax.