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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Prager University: Is Climate Change Our Biggest Problem?

"We teach what isn't taught." - Dennis Prager

Anyone who denies the existence of 'Climate Change' truly is an idiot.  Climate change has been around as long as Earth has had an atmosphere.  It's not debatable; it's just fact...What is debatable is man's effects on Climate Change - for better or worse.

The other thing which isn't debatable is humans have dealt with Climate Change from the time they came into being - however you think they came into being...We have existed through periods of Global Warming, Global Cooling, and everything in between.  Our ancestors figured ways to make it work, no matter how trying and terrible it may have been.  It is only in our time that we have become so mentally weak that we don't believe we can make it through whatever climate changes are thrown our way.

Personally, I have no doubt we are in for many changes in how we deal with our environment.  That said, I also have no doubt we can figure it out.  Our technology is amazing and our ability to adapt and change is equally impressive...The only question I have is have we as humans become so pathetic that we can't make it through the same changes our much less advanced ancestors were able to.  Only time will tell, but I'm betting on the resiliency and genius of our species.

This semester of Prager University is presented by:  Bjorn Lomborg

"Global Warming is a problem that needs to be addressed, but exageration doesn't help, and often distracts us from simple, cheaper, and smarter solutions." - B.L.

"When innovation eventually makes 'green energy' as cheap, or cheaper, everyone will use it...Until then, lets cool the fear mongering and make practical decisions that will help people now." - B.L.



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