More than 600 self-professed climate skeptics are meeting in a Times Square hotel this week to challenge what has become a broad scientific and political consensus: that without big changes in energy choices, humans will dangerously heat up the planet.
Isn't it a good idea to cut back on the stuff that scientist say may be causing global warming anyway? Because the stuff we're talking about is not good for anyone in general. Reduction of those kinds of emissions shouldn't be blocked by anyone. It doesn't take long to see who is behind all the anti-global warming stuff. Its always the energy companies who would suffer the must by any conclusion that their products and practices may be big time contributors to the issue.