Here are four questions everyone should be asking themselves:
» What if I am wrong and we are severely contributing to climate change?
» And when I recognize it, knowing it can't be reversed, what will I say?
» Am I willing to destroy my children and grandchildren's planet for the sake of corporate profits?
» Will my children and grandchildren forgive me before they parish?
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Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet is part of the National Areonautics and Space Administration (NASA). NASA hasn't changed their position on climate change during the last three administrations, which should tell us that they are not influenced by politics.
A Message From A Republican Meteorologist On Climate Change:
Acknowledging Climate Change Doesn't Make You A Liberal. I am a moderate Republican, fiscally conservative; a fan of small government, accountability, self-empowerment, and sound science. I am not a climate scientist. I'm a meteorologist, and the weather maps I'm staring at are making me uncomfortable. No, you're not imagining it: we've clicked into a new and almost foreign weather pattern. To complicate matters, I'm in a small, frustrated and endangered minority: a Republican deeply concerned about the environmental sacrifices some are asking us to make to keep our economy powered-up, long-term. It's ironic.
Inhofe's Stunning Admission To Maddow on Global Warming: "I Thought It Must Be True Until I Found Out What It Cost." - In short, learning about the (supposed) high cost of the solution is what turned him from a believer in climate science to a denier.
(Quote is about 4 minutes into video)
The journalist Michael Kinsley famously said, "A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth."