I do. I never been a believer in mass climate hysteria. You may not be old enough to know about it, but they're always telling us something different is going to wipe us out, climate-wise. With every "doomsday prophecies" that turns out to not be true, they just change it to something else. I've already lived through 4 or 5 of them already (it's really hard to keep count).
I've had enough of it. It's way pass funny now. Young people are being indoctrinated into believing the world is going to end before they reach old age, because they're impressionable and don't know any better. I grew up with all sorts of crap that was supposed to take us out in the next decade or two, and none of it ever came to fruition.
People believing in this stuff are being trolled so hard. Al Gore is laughing so hard, right now, that it's make him fart, leaving a bigger carbon foot print than his private plane. Show me the findings that says humans have more of an environmental impact than the sun (I mean, we're in the 'solar system'), and I might consider looking at the rest of the science backing these claims.
Help me out, I don't understand how sun rays are able to pass through one side carbon clouds to reach the surface of the planet, but are unable to pass through the other to escape. Los Angeles has had a visible smog cloud that can be view 200 miles away for many decades, yet the whether trends there aren't anymore abnormal than anywhere else.
You'd think if we'd see drastic climate change anywhere, we'd first see it in the world's most polluted cites before anywhere else. But we don't, because it is all a rouse that plays on the generational fear of the world coming to an end, as a way of controlling people's mind's and behavior. It is a falsehood that has been allowed to spread on a massive level, on accepting the lie that CO2 is "toxic pollutant", rather than a gas produced naturally in nature for billions of years, mainly by volcanic activity.