for those who believe global warming is a myth, how is that any different from not believing in a god?
you claim not to see the impact (though it has been proven), so it must be a myth. yet in the next breath claim that god does in fact exist- and your bible, miracles, and faith prove it... then become angry when someone disagrees with the myth you believe is true.
why is that, and how is it any different? (except that GW can be proven)
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I think you have a little ad hoc reasoning going on here. There is actual recorded evidence and those pesky emails that prove there is no current global warming that can be blamed on the behaviors of man. There is, however, global warming that can be attributed to God. My proof you ask? If you can stand on the ground in, say Virginia, you know there was global warming. It use to be covered by a glacier. Man didn't cause that warming. God did. So, you are trying to prove that if there is no warming thenÂ Â there is no God or vise verse. What you missed was the faux science was trying to prove man caused the warming. God made the planet and the processes of this planet. He put into place the weather systems and the waxing and waning of the ice. Now, we seem to be cooling. OOPS! That negates that warming thing doesn't it.
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