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Fear Not: “No Climate Emergency say 500 Scientists to UN”

Passionate fear and outcry to a sense of urgency towards hopelessness and despair stormed the global news. 

These young and vivacious sixteeners and younger minds and bodies walked out of school and their country across the cities and over the ocean’ to protest about paying attention to global climate change as the most threatening and catastrophic event of our lives on earth.

If “complacent climate change deniers do not do something about the horrors of climate change,” of course, by borrowing and getting into thousands of dollars to millions of debt per household to comply with the Green New Deal resources, we’d be blamed for the earth’s climactic short span, predicted to be ending in 12 years.

Thanks to Friends of Science,     and being good friends with them, I, too, urge myself to research, study, learn from wise people of more than 35+ years of experience, knowledge and understanding.

I respect these sweet, brave young passionate teenagers who do care for our beautiful, ever-growing wonderful world. Keep learning, respect your wiser elders in your midst. And with correct discernment, heed their counsel to guide you in life.

  • Question /

    Have you heard about a group of 500 prominent scientists and professionals that sent this registered letter to the United Nations Secretary-General?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Would you research further on their press release about the list of 500 signees and the opening of the letter to the UN, proving that there’s ‘no climate emergency’?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    One of the 7 specific points highlighted in the letter is: “Global warming has not increased natural disasters.” Will you look into it for further study?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. Partly agree with you. Suspicion is a very good thing. You investigate more, peel off more layers, like you do an onion until you get into the core of the premise of “Climate change, an existential annihilation of the world in 12 years, and that people are dying because of climate change.”

    I’m glad to know that you are going to join the ranks by knowing who the 500 are and follow up their 35+ years of qualifications. These sixteeners, led by Greta, should learn from them too.

    Thanks for your input.

  2. I am highly suspicious. The international consensus of people who really know what they’re talking about is that there is definitely a climate emergency that must be dealt with. I would like to know who these “500 scientists” are and how qualified they are to be saying what they do.

    • Partly agree with you, Indexer. Suspicion is a very good thing. You investigate more, peel off more layers, like you do an onion until you get into the core of the premise of “Climate change, an existential annihilation of the world in 12 years, and that people are dying because of climate change.”

      I’m glad to know that you are going to join the ranks by knowing who the 500 are and follow up their 35+ years of qualifications. These sixteeners, led by Greta, should learn from them too.

      Thanks for your input.

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