What's really disturbing is that anyone who questions the scientific method of those who blame mankind for global warming are called "deniers".
It really supports the concept that these people are really religious fanatics, EnviroFundamentalists, and anyone who questions their doctrine is somehow to be forced into submisssion, to confess their sins and accept the gospel that has been declared by some very biased scientists.
Unless we accept that "the debate is over", we are declared to be heretics and "deniers".
I began with an open mind, and it is certainly clear that the world IS indeed in a warming cycle. But it's not the first time this has ever happened in history, and there is far more SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE that this is a natural cycle of the climate, triggered by multiple natural phenomena, including the sun and its flare activity and increases in coronal discharges, changes in the earth's magnetic fields (it's about to flip the magnetic north to magnetic south, leaving us exposed to solar radiation damage, as has been DOCUMENTED as happening several times in the past), natural changes in the jet stream, changes in the deep ocean temperatures of the Pacific, changes in the distance of the moon from the earth, etc.
Add to that recent discoveries, found during the Ocean Genome experiment (trying to map all the DNA of ocean life), that our climate is actually regulated by oceanic BACTERIA who turn CO2 into O2 and clean up natural fossil fuel and sulfuric acids that are belching into the sea every minute from the ocean floor.
There is so much we do not know about how our climate works, and it is only through religious belief that anyone can declare to know with certainty that the exact cause of all the climatological changes is people of the U.S.A.
And meanwhile, China is about to surpass the U.S. in its CO2 and other pollutant emissions, and the same "global scientists" don't seem to be concerned about that.
Sorry, but I get tired of being told I'm a heretic, a denier, and a non-believer, just because I question the motives of people who have a long history of political manipulation of others.
In fact, I feel smarter for NOT drinking the Kool-Aid.